• 8th June - World Ocean Day

    World Ocean Day, on 8 June, is a special day to commemorate and honour our ocean – while also taking collective action on behalf of our blue planet. We celebrate World Oceans Day to remind everyone of the major role the oceans have in everyday life. They are the lungs of our planet, providing most of the oxygen we breathe. The purpose of the Day is to inform the public of the impact of human actions on the ocean, develop a worldwide movement of citizens for the ocean, and mobilize and unite the world’s population on a project for the...

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  • Living with less plastic

    Living with less plastic

    Our beautiful oceans are part of our collective heritage. Every time we refuse to use a piece of plastic, it is one small victory for our marine life. One of the most overwhelming aspects of modern life is knowing about major global-impact issues like climate change and plastic waste pollution and feeling like there isn't much that we can do to really change things. There are some very simple changes of habit you can adopt today to stem the flow of the plastic waste that your lifestyle creates. Our top 9 tips for living with less plastic:   Carry reusable...

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  • Healthy snack recipes for your next picnic

    Healthy snack recipes for your next picnic

    The sun is shining, it’s a beautiful day, so check out our tempting picnic recipes. These 5 quick and easy healthy snacks are ideal to share during a picnic. Whatever you are craving, we’ve got you covered, with sweet and salty recipes. Peanut butter Jelly Apple ‘Nachos’     INGREDIENTS: 1 large apple (or 2 small apples) 1-2 tablespoons smooth peanut butter, melted 1-2 tablespoons jelly, your favourite flavour Chia seeds, optional Gluten-free choc coconut cookies     INGREDIENTS: 2 eggs 90g sugar 200g coconut desiccated 75g butter melted, cooled to room temperature 100g chocolate chopped Pinch salt INSTRUCTIONS:Set your...

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  • Exploring Australia in a van. Interview with Kendall Baggerly.

    Exploring Australia in a van. Interview with Kendall Baggerly.

    Today we are so pleased to interview Kendall Baggerly, one of our favourite travellers in Australia. She is a digital creator who works remotely while travelling around the country with her partner, Glenn and her new puppy, Leo.      Kendall, tell us a little about yourself. When did you start the big trip around Australia? Hi loves! I’m originally from America and fell in love with my partner Glenn when I studied abroad in Sydney back in 2015. I moved out to Australia shortly after that and now call this beautiful country my home. Glenn and I set off on our...

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  • Sustainable ideas to make your next outdoor picnic environmentally friendly.

    Sustainable ideas to make your next outdoor picnic environmentally friendly.

    Looking for ideas on how to make your picnic more sustainable? Take a look at some of the simple things you can do below. They might be small changes, but they will make a huge difference... 1. Bring reusable plates, cutlery and glasses Forget single-use cutlery, plastic food bags and disposable plates which will end up in landfills, and opt for tried and tested eco-friendly alternatives, so you can pack a picnic knowing you’re doing your bit for the planet.The PARGO insulated cup will help you keep your cuppa hotter longer & your favourite mixer icy cold, even longer. Easy...

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  • Taking care in the sun.

    Taking care in the sun.

    Spending time outside is a great way to be physically active, reduce stress, and get vitamin D. But we have to take care of ourselves. Protection from UV rays is essential all year, not just during the summer. UV rays can reach you on cloudy and cool days, and they reflect off of surfaces like water, cement, sand, and snow.  How to protect yourself from the sun? Follow the 3 "S" rule: Shade Staying entirely out of the sun is one obvious way to protect your skin from sun exposure. But who wants to remain indoors all summer long? You...

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