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.
Go green in 15 easy steps with Live Eco’s Lazy Girl Guide to Going Green, even the laziest amongst us can action.
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.
Furniture is not just a stylish addition to your home: it can also be functional. Make your furniture work overtime by using double-duty décor items.
Have you ever stopped washing dishes to think of the possible chemicals that are in the dishwashing liquid you’re using? Turn the bottle over and get a nasty surprise – and that’s if the ingredients are actually listed properly.
Working from the comfort of home is a great eco move: you notch up fewer carbon miles and do your bit to avoid car pollution. If you’re interested in turning your home into an office, there are many opportunities available for a green home business.
One of the greatest things you can do in your home to live greener is to save water. With these easy and practical water saving tips, you won’t even feel the changes, but you’ll definitely be making a difference.
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.
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.
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?