Do you do Halloween? Maybe you don’t but your kids still want to join in on this year’s Halloween costume fun. Here are a few upcycled Halloween costume and decor ideas for you to try out this Halloween.
If you’re a vegetarian practice a vegan diet and this lifestyle choice is important to you, are you a bit of a disadvantage if you want to conceive a baby? Or, could this diet actually boost your fertility?
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.
Boost your fertility and increase your chances of having a baby by eating correctly and ensuring you’re in the baby-friendly weight zone.
The choice of whether or not to have a baby is not an easy one, but is it eco-friendly? There are many factors to consider, such as why you want to bring a life into the world, if you can afford it as well as how much children will affect the planet from an eco-conscious point of view.
You might not think your contraception is negatively impacting the environment, but there are hazards that it could be placing on the planet. Here are some alternatives to a more eco friendly contraception.
There’s no doubt about it: a vegetarian diet is healthy and eco-friendly. But is it unhealthy for children not to eat foods such as meat or dairy when they are growing?
Words by Giulia SimoloWe are so used to celebrities bursting out with the latest glamorous fashion labels – and it seems that one is doing so in-between blinks! – so we don’t usually expect that a celebrity is going to launch something more modest with fewer frills. Glamorous Jessica Alba has done j
Words by Giulia Simolo Planning an eco baby shower for your friend is a great way to be kind to the environment and ensure that even before her baby is born he or she is welcomed into the world with a smile.
Written by: Adrienne BrookbanksEco-minded women with families are often the target of every new so-called ‘green baby’ venture. Studies suggest that approximately 70% of parents become more interested in environmental issues after they’ve had their first child, creating a compelling reason for busin