Conscious Green Mama, DIY, Kids Gardening, Permaculture, Planet Schooling

Adding a Water Element in Your Garden

Any garden improves with water. When planning your garden, leave 10 to 15 percent of the area for water culture and water gardens. Water plays an important role attracting predators such as birds, frogs and beneficial insects to the garden. The choice of water detail will obviously depend on the available space in the garden.… Continue reading Adding a Water Element in Your Garden

Sustainable Living, Travel

Pros and Cons of Being a Child Traveller

I spent many of my childhood years travelling with my parents. Before I had turned ten, I had travelled around the world three times. This horrified some people as they said I needed "routine" while others thought it was the best schooling I could ever have. World Travels My parents met while backpacking so travelling… Continue reading Pros and Cons of Being a Child Traveller

Sacred Space Organics Love and Co
Permaculture, Sustainable Living

Creating Sacred Space

In the last twenty years there have been many improvements in women’s lives. For example, life expectancy has increased, the number of girls in school and the number of jobs for women. Many countries have introduced laws to protect women’s rights. However, there are still many injustices. Women are half the world’s population and perform… Continue reading Creating Sacred Space

Aromatherapy for Nerds Organics Love and Co
DIY, Holistic Health

Make Your Own Study Mist

As my final exams are approaching I've started feeling a little frazzled. Late nights and hours of reading and writing can take its toll. So as my finals are approaching I found myself opening my aromatherapy kit more and more.

Christmas Organics LOve and co
Permaculture, Sustainable Living

How to Talk about Santa to Green Kids

When I was six my parents and I moved to rural Brazil. Even at a young age I noticed that the neighbouring kids owned a lot less toys than kids in Australia. Most children had one toy in their entire room. When it came to Christmas, it was very simple, not many presents but lots… Continue reading How to Talk about Santa to Green Kids