So here’s the plants that I mention before, on the left the cucumber plant, which has one flower in bloom and several others almost there. I’m loving seeing it grow, I’ve never grown it before and I’ll admit to not expecting anything to happen as I’m not too good at keeping plants alive, but… Continue reading They’re growing up!
So there’s a heatwave here currently, and I’m suffering with hayfever. So I’m mostly hiding indoors, which means I’m planning what I can do next. Both out in the garden with the veggies and flowers and indoors with the decluttering. I currently have the washing machine going to wash the last of the clothes that… Continue reading Summertime
So changing the bedding today I take a look at the labels, which firstly feel plastic. My bedding is made in Pakistan and is a polyester/cotton blend. It’s from Dunelm, if anyone is particularly curious! So polyester, what is it? Got to admit I’ve never bothered to find out beyond it being a manmade fabric.… Continue reading Not so fab fabric?
The task goes on, the sorting and decluttering seems a never ending job. I never realised how much stuff I have and how much I still keep. I know that I don’t need most of it, but I still keep it! I think it’s easier when I break into smaller tasks, so clothing is the… Continue reading Decluttering
So I bought Feminine Wear reusable pads to cut out the disposable ones. I’ve now used them for the first time. Firstly they are oh so soft compared to disposables, they of course don’t have the sticky backs so you do have to place them right, and they can move a bit if you’re active,… Continue reading The feminine wear review!
I’ve been looking into tea after discovering that many teabags actually contain plastic. I’ve been putting my teabags into the compost bin after using thinking that this was the right thing is do and they will compost down. However now I’m unsure if I should continue to do that or to bin them. I think… Continue reading I need a cuppa
So I’ve been looking into zero waste a lot lately and realised it going to be hard but there are easy things I can change: Shopping bags, making sure I have a reusable bag on me whenever I go shopping. Shopping bags take at least a decade to begin to break down, so if I… Continue reading 5 easy changes to make