Socks are one of the most common clothing items to require mending. Learn how to fix holey socks and save yourself money and the environment with these techniques.
Find out about wild harvester Diego Bonetto in our latest Pip Podcast.
We chat to sustainability educator and author of ‘Less Stuff’, Lindsay Miles, about her journey to live waste- and plastic-free.
If you grow your own tomatoes, it’s easy to save your own seed for sowing the following season. Here we show you how to save tomato seeds.
We chat with Good Life Permaculture director, Hannah Moloney, about the key lessons she’s learned throughout her permaculture journey and her best piece of advice for those new to self-reliant living.
Put the calendula in your garden to good use with a DIY healing salve. We show you how to make calendula cream.
Purslane (Portulaca oleracea) can be seen as an annoying weed, but for those in the know, it is an abundant source of valuable vitamins and nutrients and is a tasty food source. Here’s a delicious pickled purslane recipe to try.
Brewing a pot of tea with your own organically grown herbs is one of life’s simple pleasures. We bring you four herbal teas to grow at home.
Do natural pest repellents really work? We’ve done the super-sleuthing to find out what works to get mozzies and midges to buzz off!
We all love coffee, but often the beans have travelled a long way to reach our cup. But it is possible to grow your own coffee and cut down on those food miles. We show you how.
Looking to compost your food waste? Worm composting is one of the best ways to dispose of your kitchen scraps. Find out more with our beginner’s guide.
Why bother with store-bought pastry when it’s so easy to make your own! This homemade pastry recipe is perfect for savory pies and quiches.