The World Health Organization says that poisoning is the fourth biggest cause of unintentional injuries in high-income countries like the UK, with household bleach and other cleaning products noted as some of the most common culprits. One article by the Independent even reported that inhaling home cleaning products is as bad for your lungs as smoking … Continue reading Natural Alternatives to Cleaning Products
Weddings are awesome, and they come in all kinds of shapes and sizes - from OTT glamour with hundreds of guests, to more intimate and rustic affairs. For those of you that hadn't heard via social media, I'm getting married this year! And alongside our quest to make 'the big day' as cost-effective and personal … Continue reading Green weddings: Tips for a more sustainable wedding day
Cutting down the amount of plastic in your everyday life can be challenging. Though it's easy for most people to ditch plastic straws and single-use carrier bags, a common pain point is toiletries. From shampoo and conditioner to toothpaste and deodorants, just about all the products we use to stay smelling fresh and looking good … Continue reading The best eco-friendly makeup removers and moisturisers
When it comes to adding greenery to your home and garden, the debate about whether it's okay to use artificial foliage has been in the air for quite some time. Many people swear by so-called fauxliage, while others say they’d never dream of spending their cash on anything but the real deal. In part, that's … Continue reading Foliage vs Fauxliage: Is it okay to fake it?
This post was written by Morgen Henderson – you can read more of Morgen’s work here: https://hendersonmorgend.contently.com/ Going on holiday is usually full of excess. There’s the CO2 emissions that travel requires, the disposable toiletries, and the waste of drive-through dining. But don't let your accommodations become part of the problem. The first rule of … Continue reading 8 Eco-Friendly Luxury Resorts to Add to Your Travel List