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With Christmas just a few short weeks away, it’s a great time to start getting creative with fun craft and activities that will keep everyone busy.

Are you dreaming of a green Christmas? There are plenty of ways to be more sustainable during the festive season, from gifting giving to decorating, and even how you dine and celebrate with loved ones.

Here are some creative and clever ways you can reuse your coffee grinds at home, or if you have a local café they often give away bags of coffee grinds for free.
At Pure Planet Club, we love anything that is eco-friendly and Christmas is no exception! From wrapping paper to gifting and decorating, there are heaps of green alternatives to choose from.

Whether you want to save money, reduce the amount of chemicals in your home or cut down on household waste, there are a host of ways to help you adopt a greener cleaning routine. Here are some easy steps you can take to make your household cleaning habits more eco-friendly.

Halloween is one of the biggest decorating holidays in the calendar, but a lot of the decorating items created for the season are unsustainable and non-recyclable. Here are some handy tips to ensure you have fun at Halloween without costing the earth.
If you’re looking for ways to make an impact on the planet, here are some simple tips to help you make a difference in your own outdoor space, whether it’s a garden, courtyard or balcony.
152.1 billion units of beauty and personal-care packaging were sold globally in 2018, most of which will likely never be recycled. Here are a few simple ways to green up your beauty routine.

Children are never too young to learn about caring for and protecting the environment. The key is to make it part of their daily lives… and fun! Here are some tips to help encourage your little ones to adopt eco-friendly habits.

Although the goal of a zero waste lifestyle is to completely eliminate household garbage, even attempting to get as close to zero as possible will make a positive change in your home and the environment. Here are 10 tips to help you do just that.