With April being Earth month, what better time to choose to support those that care.
Never before has there been so many different brands on the market with a multitude of promises on the external packaging and by spokespeople who naively don’t know any better. Words such as ‘natural’, ‘organic’ and ‘ethical’ have been used and abused. So much so that we are now confronted with more confusion than ever.
How do we know what is truly natural? How can we be sure that the organic product we choose is genuinely organic, as opposed to a small fraction being organic with the remainder containing pesticide residue? What does ethically produced really mean? Continue reading
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What if you spent the month of April making a conscious effort to reduce your footprint on the planet?
We all have to make decisions each and every day about how we choose to live our life and the products we choose to purchase. There are many alternatives that we can start to integrate in to our lives to help make the planet a cleaner, healthier and more enjoyable place to live. Continue reading
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What if you spent the month of April making a conscious effort to think about how you can reduce your footprint on the planet? One area I have become particularly conscious of lately is to reduce my waste, and to think twice before making any purchase. Food shopping in particular.
I used to get so excited by all the fresh fruit and vegetables at my local health food store and would fill up the shopping trolley with way more perishables than I could consume. I had all good intentions of making a variety of salads and soups throughout the week, but the reality is that one big pot of soup lasts the entire week for me. Quite simply, my eyes are much bigger than my tummy. Continue reading