I bought this book some two years ago and somehow forgot about it for a while. I re-started reading it as my first 2019 book, also to keep up with my goal to read at least one book per month. I know, this might not seem a very ambitious goal, especially since some of the […]
And so it started – 2019! I don’t know whether it was the lack of snow or the fact that for the first time in many years I was actually at work on the 31st but the end of the year kind of felt like any other “normal” day. Well, I did try to impress […]
And here we are again – it is almost the end of the year! Perhaps it is just me but it seems as if the time just flew by and for more than a month now we have been bombarded with Christmas songs, decorations and sales at every corner.
At our home we opt for organic food as much as possible. I have always thought that although not perfect, the amount of control behind organic products makes them a better choice than those conventional. But does the science support this?
While in the past I have read a lot about healthy baby care products and eco-friendly clothes, I was quite surprised when learning about the potential harmful health impact of furniture and decorative items. Ever heard of VOCs?
You might have noticed that Singleparentopia.com now also offers personalised advice on green baby options (healthy & eco-friendly). The initial reaction that I often get when discussing this topic with parents is the perceived high expense of such baby products. But is this really the case?