Breast clouds, fish rain and sailing stones. Do you want your mind blown? Then read on brave adventurer… Nature is often odd, sometimes strange and regularly downright weird. Here are some freaky natural phenomenon some which can be explained and some of which, well….
I’ve moved out. Way out, to the very edge of things. Here the spring grass sprouts underfoot and the songbirds are so robust you feel like banging on the wall and telling them to turn that shit down. But you don’t.
“A friend in need is a friend indeed, but a friend who’s moving is dead to me,” jokes a buddy as he takes a text from a mate who needs a few able bodies. I know why he feels that way; moving blows.
The devastation and loss in the Nepal earthquake seems to know no bounds. With the death toll at a staggering 4,000 and rising with many areas still out of contact, our hearts go out to those who are suffering. The best way to help is to donate much-needed funds to assist with relief efforts. You want to know that your money is going where it is needed, so here are some vetted charities where you can donate to the Nepalese disaster relief efforts.
Pallets provide the perfect, cheap, natural material to create beautiful upcycled things for your home and family. Get inspiration for your summer projects from these amazing recycled pallet ideas.
Your mum is the bomb diggity and we know how much she does for you. This Mother’s Day make sure she gets spoiled rotten and feels appreciated too. You can avoid adding to mum’s carbon footprint with these eco-friendly Mother’s Day gift ideas that are kind on Mother Nature and your wallet too.
Air fresheners are just chemical concoctions which we use to mask our already unsanitary indoor atmosphere. The most pressing problem with air fresheners is that they don’t freshen air. Here are some easy DIY fresheners that will leave your home smelling great.
As you know, our gear reviews aren’t sponsored; we do get a lot of gear and, quite frankly, we test the hell out of it. This year was no exception and we took our gear to Finland where it was subjected to everything from reindeer safaris to dog sledding. Here are the bits and bobs that crack the nod.