Zero Waste Challenge

Zero Waste: Day 6

I was in the office today, but determined to do better than the fiasco that was Day 3; my first day at work plastic free. Food I skipped breakfast, since the only things in the canteen not wrapped in plastic were apples. I went for lunch with the girls, and we agreed that, instead of… Continue reading Zero Waste: Day 6

Zero Waste Challenge

Zero Waste Challenge: Day 4

After the fiasco that was yesterday, I was determined to do better today. I’m also relieved that today was a work from home day. I have a sneaking suspicion that not being at work contributed heavily to my successes over the weekend… My plan for today was to do a lot of work, while in… Continue reading Zero Waste Challenge: Day 4

Zero Waste Challenge

Zero Waste Challenge: Day 3

Global Recycling Day It’s Global Recycling Day over on Waste 360 and my feed is inundated with recycling tips! Finally, my own Super Crunchy posts won’t look so out of place… My favourite tip is from Iris, who runs The Nabalo Lifestyle: Food Going back to work was slightly more challenging food-wise. Food has, in… Continue reading Zero Waste Challenge: Day 3

Zero Waste Challenge

Zero Waste Challenge: Day 2

Confession We had a small slip up last night. I had to use one of my free passes for milk. The milkman doesn’t come till Tuesday and we were all out. Food Today was pretty easy though, from a zero-waste perspective. I went out for breakfast, which may have contributed to the restaurant’s waste -… Continue reading Zero Waste Challenge: Day 2

Marie Kondo

The Life Changing Magic of Tidying

Browsing Netflix, I came across Marie Kondo’s show, Tidying Up. I’m kind of a sucker for a home makeover show, so I decided to give it a try. And it didn’t hurt that I’m doing the Book2Screen Challenge, and I realised there was also a book I could read… TV Show I have to say,… Continue reading The Life Changing Magic of Tidying

A Life Less Throwaway Tara Button
ARCs, Tara Button

A Life Less Throwaway [Book Review]

Author: Tara Button | Publisher: Harper Collins Now more than ever, we live in a society where we covet new and shiny things. Not only has consumption risen dramatically over the last 60 years, but we are damaging the environment at the same time. That is why buying quality and why Tara Button’s Buy Me… Continue reading A Life Less Throwaway [Book Review]