Making any switch from something which you may have always deemed as convenient to something completely new may seem very daunting and confusing. Of course it does, we are all so used to our lifestyles being made “simple” by large companies and we are programmed to throw things away when they are dirty because it has been drummed into us that germs are bad. So, when we bring in a reusable product, something that can be washed and used over and over again, an item that is as simple as a flannel and water, we for some reason overthink it. Continue reading “How To Use Reusable Baby Wipes Out and About”
I feel that I have covered so much on cloth/reusable nappies but I haven’t really mentioned our reusable wipes very much. I have touched on them in my other posts but I have just realised that these need a little explaining too as after I posted on my Instastories questions came flooding in. So here is my opinion (because I think you have to work out what works best for you) on everything you need to know about using reusable wipes. Continue reading “Everything You Need To Know About Using Reusable Wipes”
Embarking on the journey of cloth nappies can seem daunting for beginners, but it’s a rewarding and eco-friendly choice for both your baby and the planet. With a little information and some practical tips, you’ll find that using cloth nappies is not as challenging as it might initially appear. In this comprehensive guide for beginners, we’ll look at everything you need to know about using cloth nappies, from getting started to maintaining them effectively.Continue reading “Cloth Nappies for Beginners: A Comprehensive Guide”
Choosing cloth nappies for your newborn is a fantastic decision for both your baby’s comfort and the environment. However, getting started with them can often seem overwhelming, especially for new parents. To make your cloth nappy journey smoother and more enjoyable, I’ve compiled a list of top tips for using cloth nappies from whenever you feel ready.Continue reading “Top Tips for Using Cloth Nappies from Newborn”
Today, environmental concerns are at the top of global discussions. Even when we know this, we cannot stop producing waste daily. That’s when the idea of zero-waste living was introduced.
Living a zero-waste is more than a movement. It is a lifestyle. This involves minimizing waste generation and adopting sustainable practices in daily life.
A part of our daily life where we produce a lot of waste is in house cleaning and laundry routines. We want to lessen the waste, so we have here practical solutions that you can follow to promote a cleaner and healthier environment.Continue reading “Zero-Waste Cleaning and Laundry Practices: Sustainable Solutions for a Cleaner Home”
We all know that the world is in trouble, that plastic waste is out of control, that disposables have had their day and that there are many fantastic alternative eco-friendly products out there on the market but… How many times have you looked at the price and asked why are they so expensive? We’ve all been there (yes, me included when I first started out on my eco journey) and it is a comment I still see a lot on social media platforms when a sustainable product is shown. I get it, it’s a consumerism culture shock but I want to break down why eco-friendly products are so expensive and hopefully turn your mindset around a little, so make sure you stick around to the end…Continue reading “Why Are Eco-Friendly Products So Expensive?”
Finally, I finally got to go to my very first protest. After lockdowns, covid risks, train strikes, bad timings, and more train strikes, I found a protest march that was possible to attend and it just happened to be The Big One! A 4 day long (peaceful) protest held by Extinction Rebellion with other amazing organisations such as Greenpeace, Friends of The Earth, Parents For Future, Fossil Free London and so many more all coming together to demand change and action on climate change and environmental issues from our Government. I went along on the Saturday with my 5-year-old to march for Biodiversity and this is how we prepared for that and how we got on at our first protest.Continue reading “Preparing For and Going To My Very First Protest!”