Month: January 2020

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1. Its kinder to our planet Did you know growing cotton is one of the world’s most heavily polluting crop using 16% of the world's insecticides and 10% of the world's pesticides. This puts greenhouse gases into our atmosphere, but with organic farming it actually removes C02 from the atmosphere and soil is healthy and…
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We wanted to highlight some easy sustainable swaps that we think are simple enough for any parent to be more eco-friendly. 1. Reuseable Cloth Nappies & Wipes With millions of nappies going to to landfill every year, making the switch to reusables can really make a difference. They are not as hard as you think…
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We thought we would team up with Marianna Sachse from Jackalo who is our this month's featured maker, to give you some easy tips we can all adopt to help make our clothes last longer. 1.Wash less Between water, detergent, and energy, washing clothes has a big impact on the environment. And, all of that…
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Baby comforters are great in helping babies and children feel calmer and more secure. Here are our 4 reasons why we think they will be your childs best friend! 1. Helps your baby self-soothe When you're bonding with your baby, or trying to help them sleep we recommend wearing the comforter inside your top for…
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Welcome to 2020, a new decade! We wanted to help you beat the January blues by talking to Sally Jackson from the Faraway Gang all about her nostalgic style jumpers as well as keeping you warm with the benefits and care for merino wool. Tell us about the story behind The Faraway Gang and how…
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The average child uses £11,000 worth of clothing whilst growing up and its estimated that 183 million items of outgrown baby clothing are kept in storage! (Quoted from love your clothes.org) This blog is part of our Sustainable Closet Sessions a collaboration with Pure Bundle.  (Pre-loved Baby Clothing) We want to start a conversation about…