It’s been a while since I last posted. In fact, It was before Christmas. I had a lot of blog posts planned but I simply couldn’t bring myself to write them. Not because I didn’t have time or because of writer’s block, nope; I just don’t find blogging fun anymore.
The internet is a gold mine when it comes to eco-swaps and most of the time people will tell you about how amazing they are, that it changed their life and that they could never go back. I do that a lot and it’s true a lot of the time.
Spring is here! I repeat, spring is here! And with spring comes dandelions (Taraxacum officinale). I know most people see them as invasive lawn weeds but in reality they’re pretty amazing. From flower to root, dandelions are packed with nutrients and have been used in traditional medicine for centuries. I’m
Long time no see friends! I kind of left the blog die out the past year, in favor of Instagram, but I have decided to start posting here again. Insta is no longer fun and I blame the algorithm. I love the community we created there but I just see
Have you already embarked on your sustainability journey? Or are you curious about how to get started? I have good news for you: going green has never been easier! But with so much information available online, it can sometimes get tricky to tell which habits are helping the planet and
Christmas is early this year! With so many of us trying to cope with being trapped at home because of the lockdowns, I feel we have started to decorate well in advance. I suppose a little zero-waste Christmas magic can’t hurt. Neither can a cup of mulled wine… or two.
I never thought I’d ever write a blog post about ocean plastic but here it is! I am so shocked by the amount of plastic waste I found on the beaches of Rhodes in Greece and by the fact that it doesn’t seem to bother anyone, tourist or not, that
It may seem silly to talk about Christmas gifts in the middle of Julyyet, it makes perfect sense! Nature is most generous during the summer and I can’t count how many times I’ve said “I should give one to my parents or my friends” while I was making jam or
Today I really feel like sharing a few gardening tips with you as I believe that growing your own food, at least some of it, is one of the most sustainable things you can do. But I’m also aware that having a garden is a luxury to many and that’s
If anything good came out of the corona lockdown, it must be me reuniting with my passion for botany. Spring is the perfect time to forage wild plants. Boring you say? Nah-uh! Nothing is boring when it involves food. For the last 3 months, I cooked with wild plants and