In England (at present) face coverings are not compulsory, however are advised in places where social distancing isn’t possible. At the moment, all major supermarkets are able to maintain this (though to varying degrees), and as this is the only place I am encountering people outside my household, I am yet to wear a face… Continue reading Day 21: To mask or not to mask, that is the question
Day 15 and it’s the last day before the ‘big shop’, so nothing exciting on the menu I’m afraid (if you are interested, the menu is at the end of this post). What I will share instead is my favourite new eco-product: Smol Laundry Capsules. The best thing about it is it only cost me… Continue reading Day 15: Good things come in Smol packages
In the UK, we have been doing our household recycling every day for almost 17 years, so we obviously know what we're doing, right? We can tell our PTE from our LDPE, can't we? Anyway, all packaging tells us whether it can be recycled, doesn't it? The answer is almost definitely no! Since turning our… Continue reading Of course it’s recyclable… isn’t it?
When David Attenborough says the single most important thing we must do to protect our planet is to stop waste, you know what you have to do... Or do you? He doesn't just mean putting your recycling in the right bin. He means stopping all waste. We need to stop wasting food, energy, water -… Continue reading Waste not, want not