I was going to use the word ‘fashion’ in the heading of this post but then realised that you can’t get much further from fashion than my wardrobe! I wear clothes for years and don’t buy many new ones so I know very little about fashion. In Eco circles July is often referred to as … Continue reading Clothes and the Environment
Hi I’m sorry you haven’t heard from me in ages – I guess you both are managing without me and my opinions! Today I want to talk about water again. After the resolution in April 2019 we have tried really hard to keep our weekly water consumption below 2m3 and have been fairly successful, except … Continue reading The Water Resolution
To mis-quote Anne-Marie Bonneau “We don't need a handful of people being perfectly environmentally friendly, we need millions of people doing it imperfectly" And I truly believe that. I’m probably preaching to the converted but I have put together a list of small changes we can all make which actually SAVE money. They are my … Continue reading Eco Tips to Save You Cash
I love my job. I work for St Peter's Hospice Because I am an administrator who covers for staff is several different departments, I get to work with nurses in different roles. The ones I assist the most are the Access Team. The team does what it says on the tin – helps those who … Continue reading St Peter’s Hospice Access Team
I need some help with this one! Having come up with eleven new but permanent resolutions, I’m really struggling to find a twelfth. Any suggestions gratefully received. We were going to cheat and say that we were buying a new cooker because ours was very inefficient but the truth is that is was at the … Continue reading December 2019 – Help!
Sorry I’m late with November’s resolution – I’ve been on holiday (just to make you both jealous) in Majorca and somehow couldn’t find the time! We discussed possible plans at the airport during our three-hour delay but I didn’t get as far as writing it up. So November’s resolution is To eat red meat a … Continue reading November 2019
So it’s time for October’s resolution already! Where is this year going? We’ve been wondering what to do about our car use. In an ideal world we would get rid of the car and travel by foot, bike and public transport. In short, we would BE MORE GRETA It’s not an ideal world and we … Continue reading October 2019 Resolution
We're quite pleased with how we have limited our water use since the water meter was installed. We have 23 weeks of data in order to establish whether we are hitting our target of no more than 2 cubic metres per week. As you can see from the chart, sometimes we make this. The … Continue reading How is the Water Use Going?
So whether you are waiting with baited breath (what does that even mean?) or couldn’t give a monkey’s, we have decided on our September resolution. I have to say that it’s becoming more and more difficult to come up with something so I’m not too hopeful about November and December! Anyway, from September we will … Continue reading September 2019 Resolution
I’m ashamed to say that I have never been to a Pride Event before. So when my wonderful employer, St Peter’s Hospice, announced that it was to be part of Bristol Pride I jumped at the idea to volunteer. I love representing St Peter’s Hospice anyway and relished the idea of a new experience. Unfortunately … Continue reading My View of Bristol Pride