5 simple habits of a nature friendly modern home

5 simple habits of a nature friendly modern home
January 19, 2018 stitchandsaga

Why you need linen bread bags

Baking your own bread – apparently SO MANY people do that… And it’s easy to see why – it’s so much healthier (do you know how much sugar store-bought bread contains?…), super fun and easy, soooo dangerously delicious when fresh out the oven and most importantly, it just makes you feel like you are winning at life – look at you, so organized, so on top of things, you are making your own bread for crying out loud! FTW

Reusable storage. Plastic just crept into our lives and smeared itself all over our homes. How come every tiniest thing you buy comes in a plastic cocoon? Just say no. Take reusable bags with you to the grocery store. Use glass, ceramic, or stainless steel containers for storing food and other items. Or cloth! That bread you just baked? Please don’t store it in plastic, we have lovely reusable linen bread bags ready to keep it fresh and look good doing it.

Did you know – house plants not only make everything look so much prettier, they also purify air and even absorb some of the toxins in your home. Talk about multi-purpose. So bring on more of indoor nature. Here we have a cheat sheet, courtesy of Pinterest, for the plants you should start with.

Cloth beats paper. Just imagine it – paperless kitchen… Saving trees, saving energy and ultimately saving money with such a small change – hand towels and cloth napkins rather than paper. Buy linen bread bags