I can remember it well, I was pregnant with my first born and worried about EVERYTHING! I worried about what I ate, I limited my caffeine intake (not with my second baby), I felt every little twinge or cramp as if it was a warning. I pretty much followed every “rule’ given to pregnant women, which is quite an extensive list. I was super anxious about it all but that because it wasn’t my first… Read More »Squeaky Green: From Toxic to Clean(er)
Teachers, we hold an immense amount of power and as we mentioned in “A Teacher’s Call for Action”, it is our responsibility to teach our students about how to protect the environment. We spend an entire year with impressionable young minds working to teach them literacy, numeracy and of course citizenship. I have come to find that what you do matters, much more than what you say. They are watching. So if you come into… Read More »10 Things You Can Do Right Now To Be More Earth-Friendly: In The Classroom
Guest Writer Imelda Achieng is an eco influencer, mom to adorable Zoe and new found friend to the Earth Mamas. She is a blogger as well, and has an amazing Instagram feed. Check her out @theecomum and https://meltheecomum.co.uk! I felt so nostalgic as I was planning Zoe’s first birthday party. Right about the same time last year, I was almost due to give birth and I had just declared that I was going to be… Read More »The lessons I learned about hosting an eco-friendly birthday party
If you have been following Earth Mamas International then you might notice a trend or theme in our blogs, posts and updates. We are all about awareness and support towards living a more sustainable lifestyle. Whether it be our own journey or the journey of our followers, we are always looking for new ways to help make this possible. One small change that has been proven to help reduce our carbon footprint, is by substituting… Read More »Got “Milk” Alternatives with Recipes Included!
We aren’t sociologists and we certainly aren’t historians. So we aren’t exactly sure at what point in time our society switched from the mindset of the Great Depression where nothing should be wasted, to a lifestyle of consuming and convenience. But we all know someone from our childhood that really did want to REDUCE and REUSE. Long before these concepts were forgotten and RECYCLE was the buzzword. Seemingly a release of all environmental burden caused,… Read More »(Grand)Mother Knows Best: 14 Things our Grandparents Did That We Should Bring Back