Is there any better feeling than walking into your house at the end of a long day and seeing your furry friend so excited to see you, with sparkly eyes and a wagging tail? You love your pets and want them to be happy and healthy. A huge part of ensuring that involves scrutinizing their food.
You’ve gained a few kilograms over the festive season, you’re officially broke and while you’re not ready to start working and exercising, you know there are probably a few eco-oriented lifestyle changes you can make this year. Here are a few suggestions:
When the weather’s dry, your garden needs more water. But don’t waste this precious resource! Here’s how to use water in smarter ways for a healthier summer garden.
On Tuesday, Truth Coffee announced that they are the first coffee roastery in Africa, and probably the world, to roast on 100% biofuel. While the world renowned coffee house is founded on the principles of flavour and the pursuit of quality and excellence, one of their key principles is also to do the right thing.
Plastic has been given a black mark when it comes to green living because it is so destructive to the environment. A recent initiative aims to remedy its reputation. Say hello to oxo-biodegradable plastic, a plastic that’s said to be kinder to the planet.
There are always great things you can do to live a little greener and the bonus is that these actions can help your wallet, too.
Sustainable design practices, whether in food production, clothing production, or interior design are more than just trends – they are here to stay as people become more aware of the modern world’s impact on our environment.
Want to slash your electricity bill and be more eco-friendly this winter? Then consider these energy saving tips:
Admit it: you had great intentions to stick to your resolutions this year, but by the time February rolled around you were back to your usual antics. For 2014, why not make a few green resolutions? These will be easier to keep because they will enrich your life and make you feel better about the environment, too.
Eco-friendly books are steadily on the rise as people around the world want to know how they can live healthier, cleaner and lessen their impact on our environment, so if you’re in the market for some helpful and resourceful eco-books to read on the beach this summer, here are a few suggestions.