7 quick tips to organise your kid’s wardrobe

A change in season is the perfect time to restructure your kids’ wardrobes and tackle the mess that, let’s admit it, has undoubtedly built up in your wardrobes over time 🙂 Here are 7 easy tips to get, and stay, organised. Continue reading “7 quick tips to organise your kid’s wardrobe”

Why every parent should know about the circular economy

It’s one of those terms you hear more and more these days: the circular economy. But what exactly is it? How does it relate to daily life, and why is it important for kids to know about it, too? Here’s all you as a parent should know about this new movement. Continue reading “Why every parent should know about the circular economy”

3 x awesome companies that recycle kids stuff (and food)

In the midst of bringing up a (set of) little human(s), it can be hard to remember that kids’ items also have their ecological impact. Luckily, more and more initiatives are popping up to help reduce our children’s carbon footprints. Here are three UK companies that are making parents’ lives easier when it comes to recycling. Continue reading “3 x awesome companies that recycle kids stuff (and food)”

How to: remove classic kids’ stains

Part of extending the life of children’s clothes is knowing how to deal with tricky stains. Sooner or later, kids will manage to get a whole cocktail of smudges on their clothes – and they seem to have a special talent for doing so on newly bought items… But don’t stress! We’ve created panic-proof guide on how to treat different types of stains.  Continue reading “How to: remove classic kids’ stains”

5 x DIYs with kids clothes

Soft Focus of a Two Years Old Child Choosing her own Dresses from Kids Cloth Rack

If there’s one thing that’s better than recycling, it’s upcycling. Because what’s more fun than turning outgrown favourites into new eye-catchers? DIY-ing with clothes is a perfect crafting activity, and a great way to teach the next generation about sustainability and recycling. Continue reading “5 x DIYs with kids clothes”