I love spending time with the kids in our garden. It’s such an amazing opportunity to learn about our world from identifying bugs, watching the magic of a spider spin its web or observing plants as they grow. We recently started a veggie patch and it’s been a learning experience for us all!
You might have noticed that we no longer use single use shopping bags at Use-Ta! Finding out more about the impact of producing shopping bags (paper and plastic) got me thinking about all the ways in which we can make a small difference to our environment, just by being prepared and organised. Here’s some ideas on how to turn any outing with your little ones into an eco-friendly adventure!
The start of the school year is fast approaching and while it's been lovely to spend quality family time together, I know in our family we're all going stir-crazy and really looking forward to the new term! Before we get there, I am definitely feeling the urge to organise the house so we can hopefully keep the transition to school as stress-free as possible. Before I start any project it makes me feel better to write a list (classic procrastination technique!) so here goes, my top 5 areas that need to be de-cluttered and reorganised before the end of the school holidays: 1. The Tupperware Drawer Every school has different expectations for school lunches and it might be worth sussing out...
Christmas can be a challenging time to reduce, reuse and recycle. Here are some super simple tips to green your holiday season!