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  1. Gift Guide from a Self-Proclaimed Expert

    Gift Guide from a Self-Proclaimed Expert

    Every year, I find Christmas conflicting, I hold two beliefs at once – in Psychology they call this cognitive dissonance. I love Christmas carols, the smell of fresh pine, and the endless opportunities to enjoy potatoes - but it is also often marked by unnecessary consumerism, which leads to more waste for our already suffocating planet.
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  2. An (almost) zero waste home - Kids

    An (almost) zero waste home - Kids

    They may be proportionately small, but kids have a tendency to attract a whole lotta stuff and waste into your home. Being an aspiring minimalist and zero-waster, I've had to come up with a few simple strategies to help me and the little humans navigate things.

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  3. Love your clothes (and they’ll love you back)

    Love your clothes (and they’ll love you back)

    Did you know, looking after your existing wardrobe is the new shopping? Well, we just made that up. But we’re hoping that with this set of fashion insider’s tips, the trend will catch on.
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  4. 12 Tips for an Eco Christmas

    12 Tips for an Eco Christmas

    Don’t let the last few days before Christmas get eaten up with stress and an overflowing to do list. Keep it merry, bright and super simple, by paring back and letting go. These handy tips will help you spend less, stress less and enjoy more time with the people you love.

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  5. 6 sustainable Valentine’s gift ideas to show you care

    6 sustainable Valentine’s gift ideas to show you care

    The increasing consumerism of Valentine's Day doesn't mean you have to give in to it. Yes, it’s still possible to celebrate love in a conscious way.

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  6. What is Earth Hour, and why it's more important than ever

    What is Earth Hour, and why it's more important than ever

    As we entered the new decade with the world literally on fire, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to ignore that we need to take drastic action when it comes to preserving our natural resources, sooner rather than later.

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  7. Moving towards zero waste grocery shopping

    Moving towards zero waste grocery shopping

    Does the term ‘zero waste shopping’ conjure up images of a life spent eating solely dried pulses and nuts? For anyone who’s not an Instagram influencer who’s elevated the virtue of the perfect waste-free pantry to an art form, never fear – there are plenty of ways to reduce your waste while grocery shopping.
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  8. 10 Tips To Make Your Home More Energy Efficient

    10 Tips To Make Your Home More Energy Efficient

    Is your home ready for winter? Now’s an excellent time to think about making sure your family’s home is as snug and warm as possible. Making your energy budget work harder means making your home as energy efficient as possible. All of these energy saving ideas are relatively low cost and quick fixes, and some are as simple as flicking a switch.
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  9. Keep calm and sew on

    Keep calm and sew on

    I have a secret (well now, I suppose it’s had) – I can sew. When the government made the recommendation to wear face coverings in public, I got to work researching patterns, materials and techniques.

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  10. How To Do More Without Burning Out

    How To Do More Without Burning Out

    I hate the glorification of busyness. There’s nothing admirable about how far you can run yourself down before something has to give – but the reality is, most of us find ourselves juggling several commitments at once. Everyone experiences different levels of busy, and those tend to ebb and flow.
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