In case you missed the 'move over Hygge, hello Lagom' chat earlier this year, Lagom is a simple Swedish philosophy on everyday living that means ‘just the right amount’. Making conscious choices without denying ourselves of the things we love. The essentials of Living Lagom are coming to London in a week of workshops that will help you to save at home and try something new! From pedalling to preserving and quick dinners to solar.
Not in London? We’ll be taking the best of the events around the UK soon enough.
'Growing Underground' have found a way to grow fresh, delicious greens and salad leaves 33 meters beneath the ground, all year-round. Incredible, we know. How, you ask? Hydroponics. What are hydroponics? You must have missed our explain all vlog on bringing your garden indoors, watch here and discover how it all works.
With energy prices said to be soon rising by up to 15%, Sarah has gone head to head with her energy bill and picked 5.5 easy hacks that will help you reduce your energy bills and keep cosy. Whether you're renting, living with family or have a place of your own, watch this week's vlog and discover how to beat the cold and your bills.
GET YOUR #BOOGIE ON TACKLING FOOD WASTE IN YOUR COMMUNITY
We're often sharing recipes and tips to help you save food ending up in the bin but this time there's a chance to fry some bigger fish, so to speak. Sainsbury's have launched a £1 million grant fund which community groups can apply for to run food waste projects in their towns. It's part of their Waste less, Save more campaign to help local households cut the typical £700 worth of food wasted every year.
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