It’s here again. Easter. Since February, pallet-loads of impulse-buy Hot cross buns have been placed near entrances of supermarkets; chocolate eggs and bunnies in awkwardly placed piles near the fridge section reminding you of the impending commercial frenzy. For months supermarkets wear you down until you finally cave and buy Easter goods for everyone you could possibly encounter over the break.
Recently my coffee habits have been changing. Getting coffee at a café was my only pilgrimage for caffeine, but I’m now finding myself enjoying the simple pleasure of making a coffee at home or at work…
Becoming more conscious even in the bathroom, not the most fashionable of subjects, but this loo roll has mission to change lives
Christmas is after all a commercial holiday and we shouldn’t feel obliged to give into these preconceived ideas of what christmas should look like. Here are a few ways to have a rewarding minimalist Christmas.
I know, it sounds wrong – but trust me. It’s amazing.
Take a moment to consider the waste left over when the music stops. Here is a solution to ensure your celebration, celebrates the environment as well…
Sid in the Kitchen X become
Treat yourself after a day at work with a quick and easy meal – with hardly any washing up to boot!