Homemade laundry powder is more sustainable, better for your health and significantly less expensive than store-bought options.
Spiral Garden’s Lauren and Oberon Carter answer all your curly questions when it comes to zero waste living.
Milk kefir – the understated star of fermented foods – has been around for centuries, providing extraordinary bacterial assistance to the human microbiome.
We bring you eight key areas to tackle if you want to get started on the path to sustainable living.
Making your own natural plastic free moisturiser is a great way to reduce your waste and save money.
We chat to sustainability educator and author of ‘Less Stuff’, Lindsay Miles, about her journey to live waste- and plastic-free.
One area of zero waste living that trips many people up is a simple pantry staple – grain free crackers! We show you how to make your own.
Looking to zero waste your beauty routine? We show you how to make natural lip balm.
Unfortunately our pets can produce a lot of waste that we don’t know what to do with. Here are some great ideas on reducing and re-using some of that waste.
Take one step closer towards a zero waste bathroom with this easy recipe for plastic free shaving soap.
With Plastic Free July upon us, we’ve put together 64 ways to reduce plastic waste at home.
Has all that extra time spent in the garden of late left your hands looking a little worse for wear? This homemade gardener’s hand scrub recipe should do the trick!