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.
Halloween can be a nightmare for parents. Not only are costumes expensive, but they can be hard to come by (especially for children). If you’re looking for easy, cost-effective and green ways to make your child the star of the party on 31 October, use one of these fun cardboard box ideas:
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.
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.
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.