Monthly Archives: May 2016
Ethical consumerism in fashion. Your $8 Shirt is a Problem—This Video Explains Why
What a brilliant idea!
For all my self-labelled black-thumbed friends out there :) These are all very easy to grow. I’d also add silverbeet and cherry tomatoes to this list as well. At this time of year, all of these will do better with … Continue reading
Tiny house with two kidlets and a great dane? Definitely! :D Love the sleeping areas, colours in the kids area, and how they’ve brought in so much light without losing privacy. Mom builds serene and airy tiny home for her … Continue reading
Some inspiration for your Friday :)
Have you been put off making a tiny house because you’re 6′-something? These guys did, and it looks great! I’d probably make these mods, even with my average stature :) Kacey and Catherine’s Tiny Journey
Permaculture Ethic #3: Fair Share :)
This is a great little summary of permaculture in Zone 1, the vegie/herb patch, the most frequented and arguably the most productive of the zones. It doesn’t need a large space, or even good soil; it can be done in … Continue reading
Here’s an ethical shopping summary for anyone buying milk and other dairy products. If you’d like to do a search on any of these companies (or any other company for any other product), check out Shop Ethical at www.ethical.org.au.
Anyone going to be on the Sunny Coast the first weekend in June? Urban Food Street are speakers! Should be a great day!