Ok, I promise this will be our last Christmas post; I think we can safely say Christmas is over now. But we do have a bit of a confession which is weighing heavy on our soul.
Christmas is all but over now and Twelfth night is the traditional time to take down your decorations and say goodbye to the festive season for another year. This is a wonderful opportunity to do some serious recycling and reusing. It also gets you into some good habits to continue throughout 2009.
According to the Love Food Hate Waste campaign we waste, on average, a third of the food we buy each week. However, during Christmas, WRAP claim that this increases by a massive 80%. I want you to stop and think about that for a moment. You only have to set foot into a supermarket pre […]
The solstice is the traditional day here at Chez Green for decorating our tree. We celebrate Christmas, but more because we have a child than any other reason. I like the Solstice; there is a great sense of ‘we did it!’ for me with getting to the shortest day of the year. From now on […]