Phew I’ve been away a while! I’ve been off growing and birthing another little person to add to our family and unfortunately this blog had to fall by the wayside, but I’m back and raring to go for zero waste week! Keep your eyes peeled for more posts to follow! Advertisements
Many toddlers are obsessed with a certain TV show or movie, they crave repetition and parents end up watching the same thing day in day out. I won’t pretend we don’t watch TV, we do. We don’t have a TV though so we have good control over the screen time and quality of the programming… Continue reading On the hunt for a Totoro
I’ve seen bliss balls popping up all over the Internet, you know the ones – raw energy, naturally boosting, protein heavy squishy balls of deliciousness that you’re meant to keep in the fridge (or freezer) for a week (or a month!) And not scoff all in one sitting. They’re designed to give you that little… Continue reading Energy bliss balls
I don’t know about you but I love ginger, I love the tingly lipped spiciness of it, ginger beer and cordial are some of my favourite things to drink so I just had to try my hand at making it myself. I wasn’t feeling brave enough to attempt fermenting ginger beer so I scoured… Continue reading Ginger cordial
My counter tops aren’t stripped bare; I don’t have a cupboard full of matching glass containers with chalkboard paint labels, or wooden scrubbing brushes, or bamboo travel utensils, or matching produce bags/tea towels made from organic cotton. Phew. That feels good. Go ahead, take a moment to view me as some kind of zero waste… Continue reading I do not own a single mason jar.
I’ve coveted beeswax wraps ever since I discovered them, they just sound so fancy and look great! The problem was that they’re quite pricey and I couldn’t really find a use to justify buying them. You see, wedon’t use cling film, there’s a roll in the drawer that I can’t remember buying and we just sort… Continue reading Let’s get wrapping!
I spend a lot of time in the kitchen. Over the last 2 years I’ve begun to really trust myself and try more adventurous recipes. We’ve always cooked about 60% from scratch but our recipes were pretty tired and standard – stir fry, pasta sauces, meat & veg… With the arrival of Baby Bear came… Continue reading It’s wonka time