Using homemade cleaning products is not only chemical free and inexpensive, but just as effective as commercially bought ones. It’s amazingly super easy to make them too! I have been making our own general cleaner for 2 years now, and use recipes to unclog drains, descale our kettle, or our post-Christmas oven. According to a… View Post

Tackling food waste as a family

Tackling food waste as a family

Wasting food got out of hand. 250,000 tonnes of the food that goes to waste each year is still edible in the UK. Money / energy / waste. Rethinking our relationship with food and not just looking at the price we pay but the energy and resources went into is a good way to appreciate it more before chucking anything… View Post

How I stopped breastfeeding

How I stopped breastfeeding

While I am fully aware of all the amazing benefits, reaching 11 months of exclusive breastfeeding I felt I am ready to stop. If I am perfectly honest I think I was ready 2 months prior to that but in my head I wanted to keep on going for the same length of time I… View Post

Yoga Love

Yoga Love

I have been practising yoga almost every day (even if it is for 10 minutes) since January and I came to the same realisation like I did with veganism – “why didn’t I start it earlier?”. It is just amazing and I miss it if I can’t do it properly hence a quick 10 minutes… View Post

Why cloth nappies?

Why cloth nappies?

I was one of those who have tried it when Brendan was about 15 months but it just didn’t work. Turned out, I haven’t done my research properly and I wasn’t using a liner to start with. So not only Brendan was in the age when he wasn’t happy for something new covering his butt… View Post