Changing Nappies and Changing Lives
In 2013 we started working with The Small Things charity in Tanzania. Now ten years later we have received a heart-warming update.
Ten myths about reusable nappies that we should probably bust a little more often
We have been helping parents start their journey with reusable nappies for a long time now and they are still as mythical as ever. Here are our top ten myths busted.
A sustainable swap for every week of the year
Big journeys happen through small steps. Sometimes 'The Environment’ seems like such a huge problem that it's impossible to know where start - or what to do. We've got your back. There's enough ideas here to help you make just one small change a week - every single one of which will help you live more sustainably.
Single use plastic vs single use anything
The issue with disposable wipes isn't so much that they are single use plastic. It's that they're single use.
A plea from a retailer: Please, will you stop buying so much?
I know, I’m a retailer. We’re meant to get you to buy MORE. But this isn’t about sales figures, or profit margins, or market share. This is about looking my children in the eye and being able to say that I did everything I could to prevent a catastrophic environmental breakdown that will affect every aspect of their adult lives.
Ten books about the environment to enjoy with your little one
Ten inspiring books to enjoy with your little one, all included because of their environmental credentials.
Small steps: Why ‘palm oil free’ isn’t the answer
Why vegan sausage rolls are like reusable nappies
After the Great Vegan Debate, an article appeared in which a psychologist explained why some people are so 'triggered' by a vegan sausage roll. And it rang a bell.
How green is your christmas tree?
A letter to my family: Yes, I’m using reusable nappies. No, I’m not crazy.
I know you think I’m mad for using reusable nappies. And I know it’s because you care. I understand that you’re worried about the extra work and the hygiene, and that you want the best for us. But please hear me out as I explain what I am doing.
Cloth bum mums: creating a zero waste store with a toddler in tow
Recycling: the last resort
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