Choosing to adopt a more eco-conscious lifestyle is an important step, but it can also be a daunting one. It’s hard to know where you can begin to improve your day-to-day effect on the environment in a way that is simple and affordable.
Every year, one third of the food produced throughout the world goes to waste. That’s around 1.3 billion tonnes of edible goods that get dumped into landfill only to waste away.
As the year comes to a close, there’s one question on everyone’s lips; what will my new year’s resolution be in 2018? But what if we told you that making one commitment could positively impact a number of areas in your life? Because that’s exactly what happens when you adopt a more eco-conscious lifestyle.
There is nothing better than fresh produce over Christmas. Not only does it taste delicious and pack a healthy punch, but keeping your produce fresher for longer is kinder on the environment and your wallet, too.
There are many ways to ensure you keep your fruit and vegetables fresher for longer, to reap the rewards for a long time yet.
It’s never been clearer: living a clean lifestyle is the best thing we can do for our bodies, our happiness and the planet (not to mention our back pockets!).
If you’re ready to take the plunge and begin to live a more wholesome lifestyle, we’re here to help. Here are our 5 must-see tips for living a whole lot more sustainably.
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