Category: Green Life

Shaving Cream – diy

Voor Nederlands scroll naar beneden For a while now we try to make ‘greener’ choices in the bathroom. At first we used bottled shampoo, conditioner and shower gel. But now we buy almost everything in blocks, so no, …

Cat in a Box

(voor Nederlands scroll naar beneden) As I probably mentioned before: we have a small house and a big garden. And it is much easier to plant more trees and flowers in a spacious garden than it is to …

Sew It (for) Myself

(voor Nederlands scroll naar beneden) In this house we try not to buy a lot of clothes. And if we do buy a piece of clothing almost all the times it is fair-trade, eco or both. Just because …

Sour Dough Bread making – part 1

(voor Nederlands scroll naar beneden) Before we lived in Germany I didn’t like sour dough bread. The first few years I even baked my own ‘yeast’ bread because it was hard to find ‘normal’ bread where we lived.

A nice way to give

(voor Nederlands scroll naar beneden) This month marks our 1 year anniversary of living in the new house! We still need more time to completely settle, but the holiday decorations really help. We put a tiny Christmas tree …

Greens in the Making

(voor Nederlands scroll naar beneden) The garden is an ongoing project here and I think we need a bit of time (or lots) until we can say it is ready. But every step is a positive one and …

Veggies and Fruits Subscription

(voor Nederlands scroll naar beneden) It’s Friday! For me the day I go and get my crate of vegetables. Huh, what? Well, I wrote about it earlier, but I want to share a few images of the vegetables …

Fresh Greens

(voor Nederlands scroll naar beneden) Welcome on my newer blog! A lot stayed the same, and my older posts are still here. I just want to focus a bit more on living the green life – which is …

Stain Away – diy

(voor Nederlands scroll naar beneden) The stain in my sweater dress was a powerful one! It became invisible after attempt number 3 of covering it. And before that I obviously tried various soaps and detergents, without any luck.

Reusable Bread Bag – diy

(voor Nederlands scroll naar beneden) Why not make some bread bags out of trimmed curtain fabric? Well, the fabric is an unbleached cotton, so the choice is probably not as strange as it seems.