Morning all! Today is World Environment Day, for those of you that don't know WED has been run by the United Nations Environment Programme since 1974 in order to raise awareness of, and to encourage action on, global environmental issues. Every year the day has a theme and a host nation - this year the … Continue reading Happy World Environment Day!
So after my post about coffee pods a few weeks ago my husband got some reusable coffee pods to try for my Dolce Gusto machine. They are available on eBay and Amazon for only a few pounds and there are various different options available compatible with a range of brands. They are very much like … Continue reading Trying reusable coffee pods: yay or nay?
I'd been nagging my husband to eat less meat for years and I completely understand his resistance, I like meat too and do still eat it every now and again, but he's grown up on pasties and is used to having meat at every meal and it has proved to be a pretty difficult habit … Continue reading Getting the hubby to eat veggie (for part of the week at least)
It is important to remember that pretty much everything we do has a carbon footprint and associated pollution, and we need to reduce our impact everywhere we can.
Nothing says consumerism quite like getting our daily magic bean fix from a little plastic pod at the touch of a button, sure they may cost £5 a box and produce a sickening amount of waste, but who cares if they save us a minute of our precious time... right? I like coffee. I don't … Continue reading Coffee Pods: The epitome of convenience culture?