BeeBee & Leaf meets eco hero Georgina Wilson-Powell, Founder and Editor in Chief at pebble magazine – the digital magazine that is your trusted guide to sustainable living. We speak about pebble – what it is, where it’s going, and Georgina’s journey to living and working a more sustainable life. She also has two books out in 2021 so we dive into those.
Find out what the benefits of using vegan and beeswax wraps are over cling film. We talk about the impact on the environment, as well as how they are made and how you can use them. Swapping to reusable vegan and beeswax wraps is a simple change you can make to have a big impact. It’s a great place to start your sustainable living journey.
What to make for tomorrow's lunch? The eternal 9 pm question asked the night before.
Heading on into the weekend and we are delighted to take with us this gorgeously warming, and dare we say healthy, Banana and Blueberry Spelt Loaf to bake, then wrap in the BeeBee & Leaf Bread Wrap!
Thank you to Jenny Tschiesche at Lunch Box Doctor for the recipe
BeeBee & Leaf meets Martin Dorey, author, writer, surfer, campervan owner, speaker, and conservationist. We speak mainly about his work as founder of the #2minutebeachclean movement and foundation, in time for the Great British Beach Clean which is this weekend - 18-21 September.
We are delighted to welcome Christina Hawkes, founder of Greenscents organic laundry & household products to guest write our blog on choosing the best ecofriendly household products.
During the Covid-19 crisis, we have become much more conscious of the cleaning products we buy. We all need household products that do not damage our health or the environment but get rid of harmful bacteria and viruses and this is perfectly possible!
This week has been Zero Waste Week. We have been suggesting some simple swaps you can try making in your home to cut down, or eliminate, waste. Finally, we’re taking a look at our bathroom products. Our bathrooms are filled with plastic - shampoo and shower gel bottles, toothpaste tube, toothbrush, sanitary products, moisturiser bottles, soap dispensers, deodorant cans. It all ends up in landfill.