Since having children I’ve become a lot more aware of the environment and making sure that we leave this earth in good condition for generations to come.
At first, working towards Zero Waste might seem overwhelming, however every little effort collectively makes an enormous difference. Even if you do just one thing, start shopping with a reusable bag or using a Keep Cup rather than a disposable coffee cup – every little plastic bag and coffee cup saved really does add up when change happens across millions of people.
Here’s a few relatively effortless ways to reduce your environmental footprint:
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After years of getting overexcited by lovely books such as The Italian Way I have learnt that in order to make peace with the possums in our neighbourhood, I’m best to keep it simple and grow only herbs and lettuces. Herbs are so easy to grow (and exey to buy), and lettuces are a goodie to grow at home as they are often on the Organics Dirty Dozen list, anything else I figure local farmers are probably much better poised to grow for our family. Here’s a list of the herbs that I grow:
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When you break it down you only need about five basic cleaning solutions to keep a natural clean home, I tend to refill nice spray bottles that I’ve bought in the past and I keep the labels on to make it clear which is which. Here are a few of my favourites based on the below pantry essentials to have on hand:
- Bi-carb soda
- Vanilla essence
- Essential oils
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