Most Australians want to live a more sustainable lifestyle but don’t know where to start, according to a new report.
Lately when we’ve been juicing we have been looking at that beautiful rainbow coloured pulp (that is no doubt packed full of goodness) and thinking there must be something we can use you for. This inspired us to introduce a new semi regular (we are Slow Living Magazine – let’s not get too military) recipe blog titled WASTE NOT WANT NOT (inspired by Nanas the world over)
I have fond childhood memories of gazing up at my Mother’s Moon Calendar, taking in all the whimsical drawings and what seemed like such a mysterious intriguing practice of planting by the moon.
The “Home is where the Hall is” project is a wonderful opportunity for you to shine a light on your local hall this November.
What is Dumpster Diving?? And do we want to dive in??
Roughly one third of all food produced globally goes to waste, and about 4 billion tonnes of wasted food ends up in landfill per year in Australia alone.
Sonia Singh and Margeaux Davis are two women who’ve come up with a creative approach to make toys that teach kids underlying values about sustainability, conscious consumerism and the importance of quality over quantity.
The Japanese term means ‘fermented organic matter’ and is garnering plenty of fans thanks to it’s benefits over more traditional composting methods.