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I love my second-hand couch. It’s at least 50 years old and built to last. I’ve had it recovered and repaired...
Holiday, vacation, road-trip, mini-break – whatever you call it, there is something magical about getting away and exploring new places.
These days we can buy pretty much anything we want, at any time of the day. Most supermarkets are open 7 days a week, if not 24 hours a day.
I’m not really into labels, but when I heard the term ‘locavore’ it really resonated with me and my approach to food.
I was recently asked if I had a ‘Little Green Book’ – a directory of all of my favourite resources.
Most of my wardrobe is second-hand – I mean, why not? There are already enough clothes out there.
Sometimes on a Friday I get takeaway sushi for lunch. I always grab a plate from the office kitchen to take with me.
These days, supermarkets are open 7 days a week and sometimes even 24 hours a day.
My six-year-old frequently has visible repairs on his clothing. Recently I watched on as another classmate started pointing and laughing...
So you are loving your air fryer, but are not sure how to clean it? Regular cleaning will extend the lifespan of your air fryer and keep it in good ..
Want your gardening tools to last longer? By keeping your garden tools clean you will not only prolong their life but also help stop the spread of d..
Giving your mat a quick spray with a natural cleaner with each use will keep grime and buildup in check. It also pays to give it a deep clean every ..
A few years ago, the Collins Dictionary word of the year was ‘single use’ – which is a pretty big indication of how disposable we’ve become.
Cleaning the filters in your heat pump, humidifier and air-conditioning units on a regular basis is important to ensure that the air you breathe is ..
Smelly Containers do not have to be thrown out. Try this tip for getting rid of odours. Works well in lunch boxes and empty rubbish bins. For extra ..
Celebrations are a wonderful part of being human. They bring us together, connect us, and offer a chance to reflect on the busyness of life.
When it comes to living a bit lighter on the planet, I’ve realised that raising eco-conscious kids is a big part of what I can contribute.
We have a kōwahi tree in our backyard. It grows on a weird angle, and when we first moved in I seriously contemplated pulling it out.
A friend was talking about buying a sewing machine. When I suggested she borrow mine, she felt uncomfortable.
In New Zealand our car ownership rate is one of the highest in the OECD and each year, we drive a collective 49 billion kilometres.
Packets, pouches, pottles, bottles, bags, wrappers, tubes, containers… it’s easy for our rubbish and recycling bins to fill up...
Most of us take our washing machine for granted, believing that washing clothes is enough to keep it clean. You will be shocked to see what your was..
Christmas creates a strange combination of joy and dread in me. For most of us it’s such a magical time of year...
Growing your own food is amazing. It's super nutritious, no food miles or packaging waste, connects us with nature & builds soil health.
We live in a time when we can have almost anything we want, any time we want, and even delivered to our doorstep if we choose.
Underneath my kitchen sink was once a cluttered apothecary of cleaning products. And was almost a different option for every room & surface.
When you read some of the recent food waste statistics, it makes me feel like maybe we’ve lost our way a bit when it comes to our food.
When I was 8 years old, my Mum took me shopping for a new outfit to wear to the school disco...
Easter is one of those holidays that always sneaks up on me a bit. I know it’s coming, and look forward to a few extra days...
Sometimes I drive a car, throw things in the rubbish and buy things in plastic… there, I said it, confession over.
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