To brighten up this dreary January and to help you to get through another lockdown myself and some other fantastic eco bloggers have teamed up to bring you a wonderfully eco giveaway.Continue reading “Big January Eco Giveaway!”
My hair has always been a bit of a challenge. Not only is it very fine, but it is also prone to grease and let’s not even list what pregnancy, breastfeeding and postpartum hormones have done to it! Even though I had my second child 3 years ago now and stopped breastfeeding him a year ago, I am still seeing a lot of changes in both my hair and skin which means I have struggled to find products that will consistently work for me. As an eco-conscious person, I was pretty determined to make a shampoo soap bar work for me but I think I have now spent 18 months experimenting and I still cannot find one that leaves my hair looking and feeling how it does with a normal shampoo. I have really persevered through some bad hair days, knots and a heavy feel but there are some things that you need in life in order to feel at your best and having good hair is one of those that is really important to me, but how can I still care for the environment by using bottled shampoo? This is where JĀSÖN® natural care is different.Continue reading “Review | JASÖN® Natural Care Shampoo and Conditioner”
When it comes to being eco-friendly, the easier the better is my motto (that and small sustainable steps) plus if you can involve your children, that is also a bonus. Being able to show them how we can make our own items, help to reduce waste and also help nature is vital for the future and I love finding new ideas for us to do together. So, here is a simple eco-friendly bird feeder that even the smallest hands can help with.Continue reading “How To Make A Simple Eco-Friendly Bird Feeder”
Greenwashing, this is my biggest bugbear right now. I have written about this before here but if you aren’t familiar with the term here is the definition:
What Is Greenwashing?
“Greenwashing is when a company or organization spends more time and money on marketing themselves as environmentally friendly than on minimizing their environmental impact. It is a deceitful advertising gimmick intended to mislead consumers who prefer to buy goods and services from environmentally conscious brands“Continue reading “9 Things We Need To Be Focussing On If We Suspect A Company Of Greenwashing”