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7 Amazing Things to Make out of Your Kitchen Scraps

Hi this is Daisy, Bella’s sister! In this post we wanted to move away from the commonly known examples of using scraps (such as composting and making stocks), and talk about some really fun recipes that I have compiled over the past few years. Here’s the shortlist and keep reading for more details. Vitamin CContinue reading “7 Amazing Things to Make out of Your Kitchen Scraps”

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Ferry or Fly? Travelling Helsinki to Stockholm by Boat

When planning my route from city to city, checking for flights is my last resort. First I check for trains, buses, share cars and ferries. I assumed that all these forms of transport would surely be better than flying. I recently discovered this may not always be the case. Recently Daisy (my sister), Corey (myContinue reading “Ferry or Fly? Travelling Helsinki to Stockholm by Boat”

5 Resolutions for a Sustainable 2020

1. Improve your knowledgeThink media not social media. Start with books, scientific journals, news (from reliable sources) & magazines. One of the hardest parts about the fight against climate change is answering those hard-hitting questions from deniers. The best thing to do is arm yourself…with knowledge. Here’s a list of authors, books, journals and magazines/newspapersContinue reading “5 Resolutions for a Sustainable 2020”

7 Ways to make your Halloween Spookily Sustainable

Halloween is probably one of my favourite holidays but as I’m trying to live more sustainably, it’s been hard to think how I can enjoy the season without increasing my ecological footprint. Is it possible to have a zero-waste Halloween? Yes! 1. Costumes ‘Fast fashion’ is an infamous industry and Halloween is probably one ofContinue reading “7 Ways to make your Halloween Spookily Sustainable”