Toilet Bombs

There is nothing that I love more than a clean house, but cleaning a toilet has to be one of my least favourite things to do. Therefore, finding something that works well and is easy was a double win for me. They are so easy to use. All you need to do is drop one or two bombs in…

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135: How Flow Hive is “beeing” the change with Stuart Anderson

In this episode, we talk to Stuart Anderson. He is a life-long beekeeper and the co-inventor of the revolutionary honey extraction system, the Flow Frame. Inspired by his son, who wondered if there was not a better way to get honey out of the beehive without disturbing the bees. This was the start of a ten-year journey together of designing and testing.

Since its launch in 2015, the Australian-made Flow Hive has inspired tens of thousands of new beekeepers around the world, with over 75,000 hives now flowing in 130 countries.

Banana Carrot Delight Cake

This recipe has been with me for some time and I have evolved it over the years. I first got this recipe from my mother in law back in the day when my husband got a little homesick and wanted his mother’s carrot cake for a birthday. This cake was also our wedding cake/cupcakes as…

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134: How a company is reviving PPE during a pandemic with Andy Straisfeld

In this episode, we talk to Andy Straisfeld, He has over 15 years of experience in medical sales and us currently the VP of Business Development for Lifecycle Revive, a sustainable PPE supply chain and Canada’s first circular economy-based industry on used medical textiles. Lifecycle takes medical waste, reduces it to plastic pellets, and transforms it into new PPE products. They are currently working with 12 others worldwide to recycle PPE worldwide.

During this episode we look at what is currently happening with our PPE and how Lifecycle Revive created a circular economy for PPE.

Cheesy Fire Starters

Who else loves cheese as much as we do? Since trying to reduce our single-use plastic we have been trying to find new ways to buy cheese. Often I can purchase some package free from our local deli and place them directly into our containers or wrapped in my beeswax wrap. However, some of the…

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