Eco-Friendly Gift Guide for Christmas 2020

The Ultimate Eco-Friendly Gift Guide for Christmas 2020

Welcome to my eco-friendly gift guide for Christmas 2020! It may seem a little early to be posting a gift guide as it is still only October. However, this is a strange and uncertain year, and nobody really knows how things are going to pan out over the next couple of months. There is a …

Reducing Microfibre Pollution with the Guppyfriend Washing Bag

Reducing Microfibre Pollution with the Guppyfriend Washing Bag

I am always on the lookout for ways to live a more sustainable lifestyle, and I recently came across the Guppyfriend Washing Bag. This is a bag designed to catch microfibres that are released when we wash our clothes. What are microfibres? Microfibres are small strands of plastic that are released from the synthetic materials …

How to Get Warm Without Turning the Heating Up

How to Get Warm Without Turning the Heating Up

In the Winter months it can get so cold, even indoors! It’s always tempting to turn the heating right up and make your whole home cosy and snug. But there are alternative ways to get warm that will save your heating bills, and the environment too. Read on and I will share several tips that …

Blogtober Day 15 - A Mini Autumnal Charity Shop Haul

Blogtober Day 15 – A Mini Autumnal Charity Shop Haul

Today I was wandering around my local town and I decided to have a look in the charity shops to see if I could find anything Autumnal or Halloween themed. I have mentioned in previous posts that I want to buy minimal new things for this Blogtober challenge. Although it’s always better to buy nothing …

Blogtober Day 1 - An Autumnal Wardrobe

Blogtober Day 1 – An Autumnal Wardrobe

I’m so excited that it’s October (aka. Blogtober) and I’m looking forward to doing all sorts of Autumnal and Halloween activities this month! To get me in an Autumnal mood, I wanted to start off by sorting out my clothes and creating an Autumnal wardrobe for the month. First though, I want to show you …

What to do with those little ribbons you cut out of your clothes

What To Do With Those Little Ribbons You Cut Off Your Clothes

You know the ribbons I’m talking about. The ones that are sewn inside the shoulders of your tops, cardigans and jumpers, and in the waistband of skirts. They are meant to help your clothes stay on the hanger, and take the weight of the garment to save the fabric from stretching. But I’d be interested …