....On the TWELFTH day of Christmas, Time to get creative
It’s the most wonderful time of the year. And it’s also the most wasteful. Studies suggest household refuse increases by 30 per cent as Australians...Read more Share
....On the ELEVENTH day of Christmas.. Save money on postage!
We’ve all been there. It’s Christmas Eve and between all the shopping and wrapping and cooking and stressing, there’s the horrible realization you forgot to...Read more Share
....On the TENTH day of Christmas.. money money money!
REDUCE: Money Cash, bills, dough, Benjamins, bucks, dinero, wonga – whatever you call it, nothing beats money as the ultimate Christmas gift. Instead of scrambling...Read more Share
....On the NINTH day of Christmas.. the art of furoshiki
REDUCE: Furoshiki Forget wrapping paper, plastic labels or sticky tape. It's all about Furoshiki. Originating from Japan, the age-old technique of wrapping gifts in a...Read more Share
....On the EIGHT day of Christmas.. say NO to plastic toys
REDUCE: Non-plastic toys The toy industry is a huge contributor to the waste stream because 90 per cent of toys made are of plastic, they’re...Read more Share
....On the SEVENTH day of Christmas.. make memories!
REDUCE: EXPERIENCES Making memories together is what life is all about. And what better way to do that then by gifting your loved ones with...Read more Share
....On the SIXTH day of Christmas, give a gift of plants
REDUCE: Sowing the seeds They say a home without plants is a home without life. The benefits are endless – improvement of air quality and...Read more Share
....On the FIFTH day of Christmas, let's make Beeswax Wrap!
REDUCE: DIY Beeswax wrap Cling film, cling wrap, cellophane, saran wrap; whatever you call it, it's all plastic. And during the festive season, millions of...Read more Share
....On the FOURTH day of Christmas, reuse by using metal straw and cutlery!
REUSE: Metal Straw and Cutlery As a general rule, plastic cutlery and straws are never recycled. While there may be the odd exception, most commercial...Read more Share
....On the THIRD day of Christmas, reduce by using a reusable water bottle!
REDUCE - Reusable Water Bottle A human can go without food for about three weeks but would typically only last three to four days without...Read more Share