There really is nothing quite like a real Christmas tree to release that magical aroma of the season and breathe life into your Christmas decorations. But choosing which one to buy is harder than it may sound, as there are so many varieties available that have their own unique qualities.
Christmas is a time for giving and receiving, but you only have to look at the huge amount of packaging and wrapping paper cluttering up rubbish bins on Boxing Day to realise it’s not exactly the easiest time of the year for the environment.
But if you still want to get into the spirit of Christmas giving but with one eye on the environment, there is a great range of Eco-friendly gifts both online and in high street stores.
This post will tell you how you can easily decorate your home this Christmas in a way that minimizes the harmful impact that this jolly ole’ season can have on the environment.
Christmas is a time for family, friends and above all, giving back. However, have you ever thought about what we all end up giving to the world over the holiday period? Here’s how to have a merrier and greener Christmas this year
In the spirit of the Christmas season, our decisions should be considerate of others, and of the world in which we live and love. What could be better than a heartfelt exchange of gifts which are both kind to the earth and deeply personal?
The festive season is an excellent opportunity to go green in every way, including what you put on the dinner table. In support of a vegan lifestyle, we’ve gathered a few ideas for a vegan-friendly Christmas from foodies around the world.