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Cookware Part 2

Before you think yikes, I’m throwing all my pots and pans away, let’s see how to dispose of them correctly. Check with your local council recycling program. Some do accept clean pots, pans and other metal cooking dishes (even with plastic handles) but some will say no ceramics, crockery or Pyrex. If they in good …


Cookware Part 1

This would have to be my most asked question. I knew I would have to complete significant research before I could write a post about it. I have not fully made all the swaps I am recommending below, mostly because I haven’t had the time to research it like I have done now. I’ll try …

Grief and Loss

Dear newly bereaved

Dear newly bereaved parent, My heart is heavy and it aches for you. I will never know exactly what you are going through. Your new world has started and I know it all seems very slow and surreal. I bet you never thought you would end up here nor wished for time to go more …

Low Tox Family

Shoe deodoriser

So simple and easy and a lovely way to freshen up a pair of runners. Fill shoes with bi carb over the soles. I added x2 drops tea tree X2 drops lavender X2 drops eucalyptus Left them over night and shake out in the morning. Keep the bi carb and add it to your cleaning …


Say goodbye to plastic pegs

Have you ever grabbed a peg off the line and had it shatter in your hand? Well you are not alone. This has probably happened more times than you care to remember, but think about every peg that has ever broken is still on this earth somewhere smashed into tiny pieces, possibly ingested by a …


Kitchen Swaps to consider

Things to consider in the Kitchen: Swapping out your plastic utensils. Plastic utensils are adding to our ever growing issue with plastic pollution on our planet. plastic utensils are also know to contain phthalates. phthalate are endocrine disruptors. They prevents the body’s endocrine system from secreting and regulating the right amounts of hormones so you …

Low Tox Gardening

Composting, why aren’t you doing it??

Did you know that composting your food scraps can really improve the carbon -sequestering ability of soil while also preventing more greenhouse gases from entering the atmosphere. When you send food waste to landfill it emits methane gas. By composting your food you can help reduce this. Rather than generating methane in landfill, the composting …