The holidays don’t have to mean a time of excess, consumerism, and waste. Instead, we can develop beautiful traditions through which we can celebrate the season, enjoy our loved ones’ company, and honour our shared planet.
I decided to do a little tutorial of some wrapping methods, using very simple materials you probably have kicking around your home.
Experience gifts don’t have to mean that there’s nothing to unveil. Experiences can be “wrapped” to make them even more fun. Here’s how to do it.
I get a lot of questions about one particular problem when it comes to minimal and low-waste gift giving: what about well-meaning loved ones who just don’t get it?
Did you know that the glitter on greeting cards is plastic? With a few rare exceptions, the vast majority of glitter (on cards, holiday decorations, crafts, etc.) is microplastic.
If you’re feeling intimidated, please don’t! Shopping secondhand is easy and fun, I promise. Here are a few tips and tricks.
What makes a gift truly thoughtful? When I think about gift giving, one story is permanently stuck in my brain.
’Tis the season for winter markets and craft fairs. Unfortunately, these sorts of public events also typically mean single-use plastic.
How do we enjoy the holidays without overspending and creating waste? By building holiday traditions to savour every year.
I’ve always loved gift giving, but now I do it in a better way. Here’s my grand list of gift ideas. Hopefully you’ll find it inspiring too!