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
As society has become more conscious of its impact on the environment, sustainable choices have become more accessible than ever. In recent years, entire industries have even started to adopt eco-friendly practices, and architects, fashion designers, and artists have developed subsets of the art world that are dedicated to the cause. Sustainable art is work … Continue reading 7 types of sustainable art
From reusing shopping bags to carrying a bamboo straw around in case the need for an emergency cocktail strikes, there are lots of simple ways to make small everyday changes that reduce the amount of plastic and other landfill waste we create. You might have switched to plastic-free supermarket veg, or invested in a cool … Continue reading Product review: Reusaboo bamboo coffee cup
Creating your own vegetable garden is one of those tasks that can seem really easy when someone else does it, and then feel completely impossible when you try to do it yourself. If you have cursed thumbs instead of green thumbs (like me), causing every plant you nurture to lose the will to live for … Continue reading How to start an indoor garden this summer