Our tips for a Sustainable Christmas
We all want a peaceful Christmas. But let's be honest, despite our good intentions, it often turns into a celebration of consumerism. A lot is bought and unfortunately a lot is thrown away afterwards. To make the end of the year more conscious and sustainable, we have put together some ideas for you here for a mindful and sustainable Christmas.
For many people, traditional meat dishes are as much a part of Christmas as presents, the Christmas tree and, of course, Father Christmas. We have put together a selection of delicious Christmas recipes for you to enjoy in a more sustainable way. To the recipes
Pine cones, twigs, moss and berry bushes decorate our forests and gardens during the Christmas and Advent season. Why not decorate our homes with them too? This way, we can do without unnecessary plastic and take a cosy walk in the woods to collect beautiful natural materials and relax. An absolute win-win situation.
Every year before Christmas, the question arises: what do you give your loved ones? Our tip for sustainable gift-giving: donations to charitable organisations, gifts made from sustainable materials or time for shared experiences. You can find a list of our favourites here:
- Donations to charitable foundations
- Shared experiences
- Vegan cooking course
- Our merch articles, shirts and hoodies
- Reusable drinking bottles and storage containers
- Sponsorships for animals
- Oilcloths for covering food
- Self-sewn cushion made from old T-shirts
- Homemade bath balls or soaps
There are no limits to your imagination and there are many other ways to make the festive season more sustainable and fair.
We wish you a wonderful festive season!