Compostable v Biodegradable

Compostable v Biodegradable

Compostable v Biodegradable Compostable and biodegradable are two terms that are often used interchangeably, but they have different meanings and implications for the environment. Understanding the difference between these two terms is important for making informed...
Keeping warm on a budget

Keeping warm on a budget

Keeping warm on a budget Winter can be a beautiful and cosy season, but it often comes with increased energy bills as we try to keep our homes warm and comfortable. The good news is that you don’t have to break the bank to stay warm during the colder months....
Composting

Composting

Composting Composting is a natural process that converts organic waste into nutrient-rich soil. By composting, we can reduce the amount of waste sent to landfills and harness the environmental benefits that come with it. In this blog post, we will explore the...
No Mow May

No Mow May

No Mow May No Mow May is an initiative that has been gaining popularity in recent years as a way to promote the importance of allowing wildflowers and other plants to grow undisturbed during the month of May. This initiative has been started to encourage people to...
Organic Cotton

Organic Cotton

Organic Cotton When deciding what product to use for our own Earth Lover range of clothing, after great deliberation and research we chose organic cotton. Organic cotton is a sustainable and environmentally-friendly alternative to traditional cotton. It is grown...
Growing Your Own Vegetables

Growing Your Own Vegetables

Growing Your Own Vegetables We have been growing our own vegetables for a number of years. It has definitely been a learning curve. We have had some absolute disasters but also some great yields. It is hard work but great for the soul and returning to a more natural,...