I know it’s almost halfway through September, but I finally have for you my eco-friendly challenge for this month. I’m a bit delayed in sharing because I used August to finish the Summer Competition Showcase so was backlogged a little with posts I wanted to share. But also, because my eco-friendly challenge this month is part of a collab I’m doing with Moksha over at Happy Panda.
Today’s showcase piece is another poem, but with two themes. Not only does it have a summer theme, as per the rules of the competition, but it also has a sustainability/environmental awareness theme, which is something I am incredibly passionate about. This entry is by Project Eco, a blog covering all wonderful eco-friendly topics and crafts. I hope you enjoy it!
The start of August also marks my 8th eco-friendly monthly challenge. I’ve really had such fun with these challenges, and I can’t wait to implement them more in my life when I move into my flat in the UK. This month, I struggled to think of an idea. I finally settled on trying to size down my carbon footprint, particularly with travel, so here it goes!
Today’s post has been a while in the making, and now I finally get to share it with all of you. A while ago, Happy Panda and I started discussing some really fun collaboration ideas seeing as we are both passionate about the welfare of the planet and sustainability. One of the ideas we had was to challenge each other to make a week-long lifestyle change and we settled on tackling what we eat. Today, we’re sharing feedback on how the challenge went. I’ll be sharing how Happy Panda managed the challenge I set for her, and she’ll be sharing my thoughts on how I managed her challenge. Be sure to check out both our posts if you can xx
Hey everyone! Today’s post is from Project Eco where they’re going to talk about deforestation, some sustainability tips and also share a fun craft project. I hope you enjoy it!
Earth day is a chance for us to celebrate what an amazing planet we live on but unfortunately, with the way we’re going, we may not be able to celebrate it for much longer. We all need to make positive changes together – that’s the only way we’ll be able to save our planet.
I was doing some research to help me decide which eco-friendly goal I wanted to pursue next when I realised that the 3rd of March is World Wildlife Day, so what better topic for me to blog about today than to choose something wildlife-related as my goal for the month? Today I’m going through my wildlife goals for this month – I hope you’ll join me in the challenge
Gift-giving at Christmas might be one of the most stressful aspects of the holiday. Now that December has well and truly begun, I have a feeling Christmas shopping is relatively high up on people’s lists of priorities because there is nothing worse than leaving it for the last minute and having to regift half the things in your bedroom or resorting to sending everyone a card and little e-voucher via email. Another thing that’s important to consider when doing gift shopping is the environment. So today, in honour of the polar bears (and all the other wildlife creatures with their homes under threat), I’m going to be sharing the sustainable version of my gift-giving guide!
Today is earth day, so what better way to celebrate our planet and all of its amazing creatures than to reflect on a few things. COVID-19 has brought a few positive changes to the environment, but it’s not enough. We need to act because after generations of selflessly helping us, it’s time for us to help our planet. Keep reading for some fun ways to be more eco-friendly during quarantine. Let’s work together to save our planet – it’s the only home we have so it’s time we start treating it right.