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.
Give Eco is South Africa’s first online bespoke eco gift registry. Give Eco specialises in eco conscious gifting for all those special occasions including weddings, baby showers and milestone birthdays.
You’re not the only one who benefits from eco-friendly accessories – so does Fido. Here are some tips on green goodies for your furry friends.
For those of you who don’t know, The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival (commonly known as Coachella) is an annual thee-day music and arts festival held at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California in the Inland Empire’s Coachella Valley.
Easter is almost upon us so we thought we’d share with you a few eco friendly Easter tips including ideas on how to decorate the table for your Easter spread this weekend as well as eco friendly, creative ways for you and the little ones to decorate Easter eggs.
Pets can be great companions, but if you are wanting a furry friend it is considered more ethical to adopt a pet than to buy, especially in a country in South Africa where there are plenty adorable cat and dogs in need of good homes.
Flowers look pretty and they always make us smile when we receive them on special occasions like on Valentine’s Day. You might think they rank high on the eco-friendly stakes, but there are some eco-friendly no-nos that fresh flowers commit.
One of my New Year Resolutions is to cut down household our electricity usage drastically. With the rising cost of electricity in SA, using the tumble dryer in our house is a luxury only to be used in an emergency and mainly only for sheets and towels in winter.
Warm summer nights are heavenly but they also bring with them the terrors of the night – AKA mosquitos! How do you beat the mozzies without having to use toxic chemicals which are harsh on skin and worse for the environment?