Okay, so we know over-consuming is bad for the environment. We know that, globally, we are consuming at a much higher rate than ever before and that this isn’t sustainable. Many of us want to lower our carbon footprint, buy
We know that selling items independently can take a lot of effort. Taking photos with the right lighting, figuring out the right price point, organising shipping – there’s a lot involved and it can take time. So this year, I
If you’re anything like me, you’re probably always looking for ways to use less of the earth’s resources and make your home more sustainable. Finding out the best ways to do this though, can be time consuming, so you’ll be
Victoria’s has mandated all people living in metropolitan Melbourne and Mitchell Shire wear a face mask outside their home. Even without watching the department’s video, it made perfect sense. Yet as an environmentalist, I’m worried.
There’s not much that is normal about 2020 thus far, and July is no different. What with everything being sanitised, distanced and wrapped in plastic, you could be forgiven for thinking that doing Plastic Free July might be all too
I’m often asked – ‘is the KonMari method the same as minimalism?’ The short answer is no. At first glance they may look similar, and both certainly involve decluttering in some form, but the principles behind them are quite
Climate change is scary, and it’s easy to feel helpless. But you don’t have to build your own solar panels or donate your body to clean nuclear power studies to make a difference. You can help by changing the way
I had forgotten how much waste travelling can produce. Extra snacks here and there, eating on the fly, receipts and brochures at every turn. At home in my usual routine, it’s easier to keep my waste under control. Put me