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A Gippsland family. Plastic free. Zero waste. Sustainable living.
A Gippsland family. Plastic free. Zero waste. Sustainable living.

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One of the first things I do each year is a digital declutter. Decluttering excess digital stuff is just as important as creating uncluttered physical spaces, especially as more and more of our work, education and entertainment move to digital sources.…
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Declutter and reduce the waste associated with the end-of-year influx of school papers and art work.
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I know it might seem a bit irrelevant to talk about Christmas after New Years Day but I thought I should get on record some of the things we did for Christmas in 2017 that I haven’t written about before. If you want to catch up on the other things we do…
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Water balloons provide some serious fun in Summer but water balloons are single-use items and once popped, the litter is difficult to clean up. I don’t want to be responsible for the local wildlife or my chickens accidentally ingesting this litter (latex…
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Recent events have made me think more about life within a gift economy - a society where people share their skills, time, knowledge, information or material goods without any formal exchange.
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There is now a way to recycle your old paint and paint packaging.
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People often ask how a dog fits in with our zero waste goals, so this post outlines how zero waste is achieved with a delightful Border Collie called Maddie.
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I'm smitten with my new stainless steel clothes pegs! This is one product that was even better in real life than what I imagined when waiting for them to arrive. Quite simply, they're beautiful and easy to use!
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"By seeing and treating plastic waste as a valuable resource, we want to be part of the solution to what can seem a fairly daunting environmental challenge. Every small step we take in this direction is helping unclog our ecosystem of that discarded…
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Recycling is good but reuse is much better, and more fun! Here are seven smart ways to reuse every day!
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