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How do you make a healthy, comfortable home that's sustainable and cost effective? A ‘green’ home is the foundation of living a green lifestyle. Join me as I interview leading architects from around the world and discuss the how, why and who of eco homes and sustainable design. From simple energy saving tips to insulation upgrades, kitchen remodelling, solar power and insulating concrete slabs. #Feedback to matthew@homestylegreen.com
 
The majority of homes currently being built are bad for the earth, the occupants and the builder’s health. Every fortnight, join Jeffrey Hart as he talks to designers, builders, makers, dreamers and doers. Exploring the wide world of sustainability in the built environment by talking to wonderful people who are doing excellent things. Whether you want to learn more about natural materials, are navigating your own self build, or just want to know that better alternatives are out there, this i ...
 
We are all connected, and each of us plays a role in creating the world we want to see. The Wellest Life podcast delivers on this viewpoint with inspiring stories from remarkable visionaries that are actively building a more ethical, eco-friendly and wellness-forward existence. Each week, former actress, journalist and creative producer Brandi Andres will dive into lively conversations covering, what she calls, Sustainable Lifestyle topics with insights on simple, practical steps everyone ca ...
 
DeAnna Radaj can enter a space and help to tweak (or remodel, re-design) the space to work better to suit its function AND the lifestyle of the occupants of the space. Using Integrative Lifestyle Design (eco-shui), life quality can be increased AND be supportive to any transitions occurring, lifestyle changes or health challenges. She is an "Eco-Shui" designer, writer & consultant who helps those who are looking to lead a more healthy, balanced & proactive lifestyle. Unlike other interior de ...
 
*The Original Mom Podcast, based on blog posts from "The Mommy Blog" 2008 on iHeart Radio website KOST 103.5 in LA. LA's #1 Morning Radio Show Personality Kristin Cruz, interviews Moms in Media & Entertainment. Get "Me time" with girlfriends talking Work Hustle, Homelife, Hollywood, & Hot Topics. Tune in to a LIVE conversation- Because real friends don't edit. The Mom Show Radio Segments, Interviews & Sponsored Infotainment for women.#Experts #Celebrities #YouTubers #Mompreneurs & #Authors s ...
 
DIY LIVE, hosted by Karl Champley, showcases a passionate and no- nonsense approach to home improvement and eco-friendly, green design. The show features the latest insider trade show news on tools and products from a mix of top designers, decorators, building and remodeling experts. From simple questions like which table saw is right for the job, to fully redesigning a house, Karl answers listeners’ calls and offers doable tips to help make any project easier. Australian native, Karl Champl ...
 
Green Living: organic food, green homes, environmental protection, green health, cutting-edge research -- just some of the exciting topics Diane explores. Diane is an Integrative Intuitive Counselor, Author, and Speaker. Her new book, "Intuition for Beginners" will be published April 2013 and she's the author of "Invisible Blueprints" and contributing author to "The Long Way Around" and "Speaking Out." Born and raised in New Orleans, Diane has an A. B. in French from Duke University and did ...
 
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If you're at the shop and discussing whether to select an environmentally-friendly cleaning product or a basic one, it might be an excellent concept to think about grabbing the greener option. Why? There's numerous advantages to introducing natural, eco-friendly cleaning products into your residence. Visit our maid service for Eco-friendly cleaning…
 
Learn exactly how to clean up an untidy room with these very easy steps that also your kids can adhere to. And the bright side is that this method services any type of room in the house! Tidying up a messy area can be a daunting task. It's tough to understand where to start and also what to consider first when confronted with the clutter that colle…
 
The Circular Economy’s Benefits for You and Me ** Like this show? Want to help it grow? Please leave it a quick review on Apple Podcasts, and thank you! ** Our “take-make-waste” economy has cost consumers billions of dollars and has cheated us out of an inhabitable planet. But it doesn’t have to be this way: embracing a circular economy will save t…
 
Material sofa is one of one of the most common furniture seen in every family for a few evident reasons- it is visually pleasing to the eyes, cosy to remain on and also a lot more cost-efficient than leather sofas. As one of the most secondhand products in the household, its huge surface is exposed to humans as well as animals, not to mention tasks…
 
Finding your Minimalist Mindset It’s often the case that we are our own worst enemies. It’s easy to fall back into old habits and old ways of thinking—it’s too easy, in fact, to revert to what we’ve always done. Indeed, in my capacity as host of this podcast, I often hear the same struggle from you, my listeners: it’s really darn hard to both find …
 
Regardless of the variety of property floor covering items now readily available-- laminate, bamboo, tile, plastic, wood, stone, and cork-carpets stays very prominent. One factor that individuals enjoy carpets, besides its heat and also softness- is that it calls for much less upkeep as well as maintenance than hard-surface floors. For more inquiri…
 
Emma Pile is a digital artist, based on the outskirts of London, specialising in theatre, exhibitions & events. Last year she built a lovely tiny home with a little help from her Dad. You can see her Tiny House here: https://www.instagram.com/emslittlegreen/ And check out her stunning digital design website: http://www.emmapile.net/ In the podcast …
 
Overflowing closets can cost you a lot of time when you're in a hurry and just can't find that certain jacket or belt. Stop the madness, Patriot Maids will take care of you. It only takes one afternoon to go from a stuffed closet to an organized one. I know, parting with that shredded band tee or those once-perfect jeans that are now unwearable is …
 
Amanda Thomsen was one of the early bloggers on the gardening scene, and her attitude is best explained by the title of her blog and first book: Kiss My Aster. Amanda is our guest this week on the Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podcast, where she shares her philosophy along with some great tips for garden design, planting success, and more. The post Pod…
 
Tips for an organized home with kids Staying on top of tidiness can be stress-inducing, time-sucking, and never-ending. If it seems as though your home never looks or feels the way you want it, know that maintaining an organized space with kids is hard work, but it’s possible. This week, I speak with professional organizer Elise Hay. Elise believes…
 
A residential cleaning services specializes in cleaning your home. Services include cleaning floors, walls, windows, and more in kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms, and other rooms. Today we are going to discuss about making your sink shiny again. It’s pretty easy for your kitchen sink to become incredibly dirty. After all, you usually clean dishes, cut…
 
Joe Lyth is building his family home on a very tight budget. He's also building to the Passive House standard. In this interview, he shares some of his insights into why we must change the way we've been building 'wooden tents' in New Zealand, and how to go about creating a fit-for-purpose family home with very limited capital.…
 
Have you observed simply how challenging it is to cleanse your stove and your countertops, and also to get rid of that persistent oil that just won't go away? Just how much cash have you purchased professional-grade cleansing products, really hoping that they will dissolve the dirt and also make it much easier for you to cleanse your kitchen? If no…
 
Cleaning up washroom ceramic tile is an essential part of home upkeep. For a fundamental cleansing, you can make use of products you probably have lying around your house like lemon juice, cooking soda, and all-purpose cleaning agents. For cleansing a lot more deeply soiled bathroom floor tile, utilize a steam cleaner or a chemical cleaner like ble…
 
Pop Culture and the Environmental Movement Today In recent years, pop culture has raised important questions about the environmental movement today, and people are listening. Because while it can be easy to dissociate from media coverage surrounding global warming, climate change, and environmental racism, it’s much harder to do so when pop culture…
 
Uh oh, you have friends coming over in 15 minutes and your house is a wreck! There's no time for a deep clean, or let's face it, even a quick tidy! Visit us and use these hacks to speed clean your house and make it look clean fast . So today, I'm going to give you some tips on how to clean your house fast juuuuust enough so that you can avoid those…
 
This week I am incredibly excited to be joined by Bill Browning and Catie Ryan from Terrapin Bright Green to discuss biophilic design. Biophilic design is a concept used within the building industry to increase occupant connectivity to the natural environment through the use of direct nature, indirect nature, and space and place conditions. Used at…
 
The Ministry of Innovation Building and Employment (MBIE) has released its consultation document for proposed changes to the New Zealand Building Code. This represents a great opportunity to positively impact the future of building standards. But does it go far enough?저자 Matthew Cutler-Welsh
 
Cleaning up hacks might be one of the most valuable and also effective of all the life hacks I've learned throughout the years. Because discovering a few of these cleaning ideas, I've stopped staring at scrapes in my worn wood furnishings and also turning up my nose at my limescale covered shower. This time I've in fact thrown down the gauntlet bec…
 
This week we travel to Compton, CA, where Kathleen Blakistone runs Moonwater Farm. Livestock, a garden, a pond, a food forest, and teaching spaces make up the heart of this urban farm. Kathleen shares her journey of bringing the farm to life amid asphalt and other urban influences in this historically agricultural community. The post Podcast: Moonw…
 
Minimalist beauty for the conscious consumer Toner, exfoliant, emulsion, eye cream, and that’s all before breakfast: The average woman uses 12 beauty products each and every day. But are these products actually necessary? What are the benefits to a minimalist beauty routine, and how do you start simplifying your existing one? On today’s show we are…
 
Digital Minimalism in 2021 It isn’t hyperbole: Technology is in many ways taking over our daily lives. Research has found that children spend 1200 hours per year on technological devices. And adults? We waste approximately 6200 hours a year—or up to a staggering equivalent of 44 years of our lives—staring at screens. In this era of technological-ev…
 
10 Tips to Keep a Tidy Residence If you're tired of spending the weekend cleaning, only to discover on Monday that your home appears like you not did anything, below's assistance. From what you ought to clean first thing in the early morning to a 2-minute task to do prior to bed, these pointers to keep a tidy home will certainly have your place loo…
 
Decluttering Policy # 1: Do not bite off greater than you can chew In some cases you start decluttering full of exhilaration as well as excitement to get rid of the mess. But attempt to do way too much, also fast and also wind up sensation stressed out, weary, overwhelmed and also distressed. Instead, try breaking your decluttering jobs down into s…
 
Use these genius suggestions to deep home clean a restroom quicker and better than in the past. You'll enjoy how shimmering fresh it looks and also scents. We all know the significance of maintaining the bathroom clean. Still, much of us placed it off till the eleventh hour because it can be such a job-- the smells, the mildew, the surfaces that ar…
 
In this bytesize episode Karen Ridgewell tells us about the joys and importance of fellowships within the sustainability world. Episode sponsored by: Beavercraft Wood Tools Beavervcraft wood carving tools are great value and ideal for beginners and hobby carvers. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/buildingsustainability)…
 
Danielle King moved into the sustainability field about fifteen years ago and has built up her consultancy Green Move Australia with a diverse range of services. We discuss some of the typical advice she provides to clients and Danielle shares some of her own advice for running a viable sustainability business.…
 
Becoming a Zero Waste Chef The daily habits zero waste chefs rely on to reduce food and packaging waste can seem daunting to the rest of us, to say the least. But in the era of meal delivery kits and takeout culture, cooking from scratch and ensuring nothing gets wasted may indeed be self-sufficient skills that consumers are in danger of losing. On…
 
The benefits of 1000 hours outside Most of us understand intuitively that spending time outdoors – 1000 hours outside, in fact! – is important. But what does science say about the role of nature in our lives? How can we make the outdoors a staple of our children’s childhoods without tears? The 1000 Hours Outside campaign seeks to match nature time …
 
This week I'm joined by Flora Arbuthnott from www.plantsandcolour.co.uk. Having met Flora a few years ago, I was keen for her to be a guest on the podcast. We discuss the many similarities between her practices of creating colour from plants and my practice of building homes, from plants. Flora also goes through the process of extracting some colou…
 
Stuart Lee loves what he does, which is mostly building Passive House homes in Victoria, Australia. He was an early adopter of sustainable building and it was during a Master Builder Green Living event that he heard Clare Parry speak about Passive House. It all made a lot of sense and Stuart enrolled himself on a Passive House Tradesperson course. …
 
Sustainable Consumption for you and me Sustainable Minimalism (the book!) is available as an e-book, audiobook, and paperback now, and it dives *far deeper* into the topics we discuss on this podcast. Thank you for supporting my work! Sustainable consumption is confusing. What does it mean to be an intentional eco-consumer, exactly, and how does th…
 
Flo Hamer talks to us about women in the workshop, drawing on her personal experiences. Flo was my guest on our most popular Building Sustainability episode - BS010 - Building a Tiny house https://www.buildingsustainabilitypodcast.com/building-a-tiny-house-flo-hamer/ It's a real pleasure to have her back! Links to badass women in workshops: Flo Ham…
 
Mike Pickering is building an affordable but high quality, healthy and very energy efficient home for himself and his family on a lifestyle block in Napier. He's taken some learning from his experience building tiny homes and is sharing his project online. Check it out at https://ourlifeblock.co.nz저자 Matthew Cutler-Welsh
 
Environmentally Friendly Parenting that’s Good Enough Parents are tired. So tired, in fact, that adopting an environmentally friendly lifestyle may seem impossible. But the goal is progress—not perfection!—and so this week’s show is dedicated to parents who want to do better but don’t want to completely upend their lives. Today I am speaking with S…
 
Martin Brown joins me to discuss how we can make regenerative buildings. We discuss Martin's 'Zoom Regenerative' which was alongside Building Sustainability in the ASBP 2021 Awards final. We also discuss The Living Building Challenge to find out what it is and how it works. Building Sustainability Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/buildingsustainab…
 
Our guest this week on the Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podcast is landscape designer, author, and speaker Jan Johnsen. In addition to running her own landscape design firm, she is an award-winning instructor at the New York Botanical Garden. The post Podcast: Flower Gardening with Jan Johnsen appeared first on Gardenerd.…
 
How to simplify picky eating It’s the bane of parents’ existences: Picky eating. And while some children are certainly pickier than most, most moms and dads worry whether their kids regularly consume a variety of nutrients – and in the right quantities! – for optimal growth and development. What kids eat matters, and so this week I’m speaking with …
 
Minimalist tips to manage time Time: There never seems to be enough of it. And while the internet flows with tips to manage time, minimalists understand that we can gain more time by having less stuff. Today I’m speaking with my friend and fellow podcaster Diane Boden. Diane is the host of the Minimalist Moms Podcast; she also has a new book by the…
 
This is part 2 of Rowland Keable of Earth Building UK & Ireland (EBUKI) & Rammed Earth Consulting giving us a byte size delve into the magic that is clay. Clay truly is a magic material and it continues to surprise me all the time. This substance that sticks to the soles of our boots that the peasants used to build with.... Surely we can do better …
 
Hamish White is Director of Sanctum Homes, based in Victoria Australia. He's a registered Domestic Builder with a marketing degree! Since discovering Passive House, Hamish has been inspired to become a Passive House business. Architects, designers and other builders can be encouraged that there's a market out there and willing clients who want heal…
 
What’s Really Important When Learning at Home Many minimalists correctly view their homes as havens. But because critical learning happens within the home during pandemics and always, our living spaces also provide daily opportunities to nurture lasting loves of learning in our children. On today’s show my guests and I explore the ways in which par…
 
Chris Magwood not only has a huge wealth of experience building straw bale homes, but has the building science Masters degree to back up his experience. We discuss how the built environment can go from being the worst offender for climate change, to every building being a carbon store, so actively reversing climate change. Links Chris Magwood websi…
 
We're excited to talk pest control with Susan Mulvihill this week on the Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podcast. Susan uses IPM to manage pests in her garden, and her latest book, The Vegetable Garden Pest Handbook, gives gardenerds the tools they need to tackle any pest problem. The post Podcast: Pest Control Tips with Susan Mulvihill appeared first on…
 
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