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How to Create a Second Hand Nursery

How to Create a Second Hand Nursery

It’s been a long time coming (for me at least) but I’ve finally finished our Nursery and I’m excited to share how I did it buying it all second hand (apart from decor pieces). I could say that I spent less than $1000 to put this together but I recognise that I’ve been very privileged by my social and economic position to have a LOT of hand-me-downs, which is not always possible for everyone. I think that most are able…

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Second Hand Capsule Wardrobe: Pregnancy Edit

Second Hand Capsule Wardrobe: Pregnancy Edit | Eat Yourself Green

Early last year, I started sharing my second hand outfits on my Instagram Stories and you seemed to be loving it. So much so that I’ve created some videos too. But now that pregnancy changed everything, I decided to share something a little more specific: a Second Hand Capsule Wardrobe: Pregnancy Edit. I’ve been on the second-hand bandwagon for a long time and specially in Australia, it becomes so easy to find good quality garments for a fraction of the…

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There’s no Environmentalism Without Intersectionality

There's no Environmentalism Without Intersectionality | Eat Yourself Green

This post has been in my drafts for over 8 months. It’s a long time since I first decided to write about this topic but I never felt I was 100% prepared to tackle such a delicate subject. Since then, lots changed, mainly the fact that I’ll become a mother in less than 6 months. What also changed, is the fact that I’ve been learning, reading, researching and unlearning for over a year since I first found out about the…

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Yellow Split Pea Dahl

Yellow Split Pea Dahl | Eat Yourself Green

I’ve been having this delicious Dahl for a while now so I think it’s time to share this recipe. To be honest though, I’ve never been a fan of Dahl or lentils for that matter but after caving into my partner’s love to Indian food, I decided to try this Dahl with a twist. And I’m really glad I did. Dahl is a staple in Indian cuisine and I added my own little twist to this classic to give it…

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Ethical Chocolate From Bean to Bar (+ Choc Chip Cookie Truffles)

We all love chocolate. And Easter is just around the corner. Which means it’s time to eat chocolate to our heart’s content (specially if you are in isolation and specially with kids). But did you know that not all chocolates are made the same? In reality, cacao crops are usually mass produced and farmers end up with barely living wages and depleted soils to work with. Our chocolate addition is usually pretty bad for our planet. But not all is…

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