Extreme Recycling…..

This blogpost was originally shared on Amy’s Upcycles. I love the idea of of old plastic bottles being made into upholstery. Not too keen on the craft beer made from human urine though. What are your thoughts? I found this article on Mashable and had to share. Would you consider buying furniture made from recycled…

The Natural Details- Macro Fun!

This blogpost is a little less writing and more imagery and I think I’ve found my love for photography again. So here’s just a few up close photos I took whilst wandering through the woodland near my house. I just love the patterns, colour, structure and details that nature provides. So feast your eyes…. Thank…

Paddock Local Food Festival

Today I popped down to Paddock Village Hall where Paddock Local Food Festival was taking place. The hall was small but filled with local business and groups selling vegetables from local allotments, homemade condiments, cakes and confectionary. There was world food stalls and a barbecue outside. The stallholders were so friendly and gave me so…

My Top 3 Nature TV Series.

So what tv series have you been watching lately? As well as loads of documentaries which I will definitely be writing a blog post about in the near future, I have been inspired by quite a few tv shows. Since starting this blog, I have been spending more time in nature. Going on relaxing non-technology…

JAPAN BEGINS ITS ANNUAL DOLPHIN HUNT- Sea Shepherd’s Video

(Blog Post Courtesy of GreenLivingGuy) Check out Sea Shepherd Conservation Society and how they’re trying to prevent the hunting of dolphins, whales and sharks. Documentaries such as ‘The Cove‘, ‘BlackFish‘ and ‘Shark Water‘ show the disturbing facts of how human’s are treating the sea’s animals. Do you know where your entertainment comes from? Video asks…

Whitby Whale Watching

Now I know I may have thrown you all with the title. Whale watching in Whitby, UK. Nah she must be crazy! You can’t see Whales in the North Sea off the England east coast……. well actually yes you can! Yesterday on the 27th August, on a beautiful bank holiday sunday I say my first…

Ways to Practice Natural Health — Journey to Green Living

This is a lovely blog post for those beginners like me who are trying live more natural and green living. Link at the bottom. All work by the blog ‘Journey to Green Living’ Something that many people fail to realize is the fact that almost all of us have always practiced natural health via Ways…

A week in Gardenstown

Apologies for the quiet week, I’ve spent one of the most calming holidays away in such a beautiful part of Scotland. I spent this week with no phone signal, or internet connection and just soaking in every moment with my boyfriend and his family and our cute little nephew. Our first day was the last…

25 Ways to Green your Home

Repost from Busy Bee. All images and written pieces are copyright of Busy Bee Happy Tuesday Everyonee! I love going 💚green💚 and saving energy, power, water…whatever it is- with little things that if we all did would make a big difference! And I also love planting things, keeping succulents and cactuses (get used to it,…

My First Recycled Necklace

Ahhhh I’m so happy with my first upcycled, recycled necklace. This is the first time I’ve ever made jewellery and it turned out just as I wanted. One of the things I’m loving about this journey to a greener lifestyle is the re-using of junk and found objects. I’ve had a few goes at upcycling…

My journey to a greener lifestyle

So I’m at the beginning of my journey to a greener eco-friendly lifestyle and as a beginner I’m struggling as to where to start. I love the idea of a simpler life, and hope to save and help the environment but I’m also quite lazy and a chocoholic which means I eat quite a lot…

Blackberry Picking Benefits

I am very lucky to live very close to a wooded area which hosts a variety of plants and brambles. After a mid afternoon walk I fell across so many blackberry bushes that I hadn’t seen before. Armed with a bag I began to collect as many as i could carry and walked home proud…