Unpaper Towels

One of my favourite eco swaps has been unpaper towels. And they didn't cost a penny. I still use paper towels to clean up cat sick and for wax making related spills but otherwise I use old cheeky Wipes, and muslins. I keep a box by the backdoor ready to take out to the washing … Continue reading Unpaper Towels

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Review: Indian Washing from Nuts Eco Natural Products.

As you'll know if you're a regular reader, I've been looking at ways to be more eco-friendly at home. I've always wanted to try washing nuts so I was really excited when Eco Natural Products gifted me a sample to try. What are Indian Washing Nuts? They're an alternative to chemical detergents from Sapindus shrub … Continue reading Review: Indian Washing from Nuts Eco Natural Products.

How to be more eco friendly with a baby. 

I've discovered that babies are cute but expensive and really bad for the environment. As Tiny has gotten older we've tried to be more environmentally friendly as a family.  Here's a few tips to reduce your small human's carbon footprint. 1. Cloth nappies. I recommend Tots Bots. According to The Centre for Sustainable Energy newborn babies … Continue reading How to be more eco friendly with a baby.