Tag Archives: Reuse

Green Simple Swaps – Alternatives to Cling Wrap

Green Simple Swaps - Alternatives to Cling Wrap

Along your journey towards zero waste living, finding quality reusable options similar to your current products means you’re more likely to stick with the new-for-you alternative habit. It’s about working out what’s best for you by refusing and reducing your reliance on single use, disposable plastic and increasing your reliance on reusable products. Are you […]

Meet Madeleine: Beginning with Toxin Free Skin Care

Meet Madeleine: Beginning with Toxin Free Skin Care

I would love you to meet Madeleine. I met Madeleine whilst out and about in the NSW snowfields. My unusual holiday photo of the snow resort’s garbage bins prompted our chat about the amount of waste generated in the snow resort. This lead to her own waste free story. Madeleine’s zero waste journey started with toxin […]

Cool Upcycling Ideas for Vintage Linens

Cool Upcycling Ideas for Vintage Linens

There’s more to vintage linens than their standard, original use. Creative folks have found unique, cool upcycling ideas for vintage linens to be repurposed into some usable and amazing fashion and homewares pieces. What is it about vintage linens that’s so enticing and enchanting to these creative folk? The quality of the fabric, patterns and […]

5 Fresh Ways to Reduce Your Need to Buy

5 Fresh Ways to Reduce Your Need to Buy

The convenience of buying stuff now has moved stealthily into our everyday living psyche. Our “throw away buy new and buy now” culture has been strongly influenced by consumerism, over-consumption, mass production (including mass production of intentionally manufactured short-lived items) and lower price of products. The generating and creating and producing of waste due to […]

My Vintage Thermos is the Best Coffee Thermos

My Vintage Thermos is the Best Coffee Thermos

In a country town op shop sitting on the top shelf amongst the large glass vases and picture frames, I spotted my new-for-me classic Thermos. Featuring a timeless green and white pattern, this 1960’s Made in England vintage thermos quickly became my most trusted source of takeaway coffee. I bought the thermos a year ago. […]

Embracing Slow, Simpler & More Sustainable Living

Embracing Slow, Simpler & More Sustainable Living

Embracing Slow, Simpler & More Sustainable Living French for Tuesday supports your journey to embrace slow, simpler and more sustainable living. But what do these phrases really mean?  I really want to share the significance of what slow, simpler and more sustainable living is for this blog. Some links in this post are affiliate links. […]

How to Get the Most From Your Lipstick

How to Get the Most from Your Lipstick

I’m at the end of my favourite everyday nude colour lipstick. The lipstick is flat to the metal rim and my personalised application shape has disappeared completely. Life as a traditional lipstick as we know it, is over. Some links in this post are affiliate links. I may earn from qualifying purchases. Instead of tossing […]

Leftover Pear Syrup Makes the Most Simple & Yummy Jelly

Leftover pear syrup jelly is yummy and so simple to make.

Tinned fruit is a convenient source of fruity goodness to go with your brekkie oats. It’s the only pear that’s bruise free when you go weekend camping! Once you’ve eaten the pears, there’s a lot of leftover liquid. Rather than throwing the juices away, here’s how you can make this simple leftover pear syrup jelly […]