Natural Remedies 5 healing plants to begin your herb garden

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This week, our guest author is Chloe Chotrani, a farm guide and media manager at Bollywood Adventures. She shares tips on how we can get started on growing our very own herb garden – all we need is soil, suitable herbs and taking creative control! Bollywood Adventures hosts educational and fun activities allowing city dwellers to get hands on experience in farms, thereby connecting better with nature. They’re headquartered at Bollywood Veggies, a 10-acre vegetable …[Read more]

Eco Warrior Daniel Tay, the brain behind SG Food Rescue

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We live in a time of paradoxes. We are cutting down forests to create more agricultural land to provide food to our ever-growing population. Yet, we have people who are starving (1 in every 9 persons are undernourished in the world today). At the same time, we have a huge amount of food wastage and loss that occurs annually (1/3rd of food produced or 1.3 bn tonnes is lost or wasted in the production process, …[Read more]

Mindful gifts for kids Fun ideas for Christmas, birthdays and more! 

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Our guest author this week is Radhika Mayani, the Founder and Creative Director of Left-Handesign. Inspired by simple joys, her creations give her brand a unique aesthetic. In this world of easy-to-get plastic knick knacks, buying a gift that the child will appreciate and so will Planet Earth can get a bit tricky.  So, we asked Radhika to share with us the right places to shop at and here’s what she had to say…  It …[Read more]

Sari Strategy #03 DIY, Repurpose with minimal waste

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In this concluding article on the Sari Strategy series, guest author Sathya Bhavana, the founder of ‘Re’vastra, shares artistic ways in which one can ReStyle pre-loved saris to make something new, ensuring minimal wastage of your heritage textile- all you need is some constructional techniques and excitement to try something new. The good news is that her technique can be applied to any pre-loved material which has a basic rectangular shape- a sarong from SriLanka, …[Read more]