Ditching tea bags

Following a program that aired on the BBC and the discovery how much plastic there are in tea bags, I am so glad I’ve made the change to loose tea. Firstly, I would like to state that I’m a tea-loving brit. I work from home and probably have about six cups of tea a dayContinue reading “Ditching tea bags”

Plastic Recycling Symbols

Have you ever looked at a plastic bottle and seen a triangle with number? Ever wondered what they mean? Although, it would be better to try to avoid using plastic altogether, I thought it would be a good idea to put together a little guide to help. Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET). What is it used for?Continue reading “Plastic Recycling Symbols”

Plastic in tea bags

Us Brits are tea-lovers. We love our tea; we have it with cakes, biscuits, toast and we can even go to expensive shops to have luxury ‘afternoon tea experience’. When we’re sad we have a cuppa, when we are happy we have a cuppa, when we go to a friend’s house, guess what…we have aContinue reading “Plastic in tea bags”

My Local Zero Waste Shop

Last year, I found out there was a local zero waste shop in my town called Bare Bazaar and I was really excited about it. Since then, I had purchased some bits like a safety razor from them, ditching my plastic razor forever and made enquiries about refilling handwash containers, hair shampoo and packaging freeContinue reading “My Local Zero Waste Shop”

Make Your Own Food Mesh Bags

Over the last year, whenever I go to the supermarket, I make a conscious effort to avoid fruit and veg in plastic wrapping. Apart from wanting to cut down on my overall plastic, this all started with some lemons! I went into my local supermarket and, as well as making my usual purchases, I wantedContinue reading “Make Your Own Food Mesh Bags”