Getting your spring wardrobe ready is always a fun exercise, but many of you will be wondering about the impact your clothing purchases have on the environment. This article will show you how to take action for a healthier planet.
What better way to experience the picturesque European countryside’s quaint villages, historic sites and ancient cities than on a cycling holiday?
Eeep! its black fly season and if those little critters are taking chunks out of you, there are ways to fight back. Traditional chemical repellents don’t do the trick and are full of harmful toxins, but there are some natural ways to beat back those little beasties.
Dry shampoo can be a lifesaver when you don't have time to wash and style your hair. Simply brush on the dry shampoo and it will soak up any excess oil so your hair looks and smells great.
Everything in your home from the furniture to the baby's crib is doused in fire retardants. Only trouble is; flame retardants aren’t very good at stopping fires, produce toxic smoke and an exposé by the Chicago Tribune shows that the chemicals that make up these retardants are really damaging to humans. And guess who makes fire retardants? Big Tobacco!
You may not have the cash for major renovations this spring, but these cheap fixes can help you to reduce your energy bill so you have more cash and less impact on the environment.