How To Have a Conscious Christmas

Enjoy our tips to celebrate consciously this Christmas

As the holiday season approaches, the spirit of giving and celebrating with loved ones fills the air. However, it's also a time when the potential for excess and environmental impact is heightened. If you would like to make your Christmas celebration more sustainable this year, please read on. Explore our tips to minimise waste, choose ethical gifts, support local makers and growers, and give back to the community. Enjoy a fresh new way of getting into the Christmas spirit that aligns with your values and contributes to a more conscious and compassionate world.

1. Pantry Clean Out for a Cause

'Tis the season of giving! Before you deck the halls, clean out your pantry and donate non-perishables to those in need. Spread joy beyond your home and make a positive impact in someone else's life. 

2. Mindful Gifting Matters

Choose gifts wisely this Christmas by opting for locally-made treasures. Support your community's artisans and reduce your carbon footprint. Every thoughtful gift is a small celebration of sustainability.

3. Wrap it Right

Embrace eco-friendly wrapping with recycled paper, bio-degradable paper or repurpose old newspapers, magazines or any spare paper stashed at the back of your cupboard. Let's make our presents as kind to the planet as they are to our loved ones.

Bonus Tip: Who Gives A Crap bright and colourful loo paper wrapping makes an excellent gift wrap!

4. Farm-to-Feast Christmas

Plan your festive feast with produce from local farmers. Support your community, savour fresh flavours, and celebrate the season sustainably. A farm-to-table Christmas is a gift to both you and the Earth.

5. Waste-Free Celebrations

Say no to single-use items this Christmas! Instead of going for paper plates, opt for a waste-free celebration by hiring your plates and cutlery or asking your guests to bring extra dinnerware to the table. 

Bonus Tip: Try Waste Free Parties for a sustainable option that is as cheap as chips. It's eco-friendly, and you can return your dishes dirty—saving time and the environment. 

In utilising these tips for a conscious Christmas, we extend not only our love to the ones around us but also to our beautiful planet. Each small action contributes to a more sustainable and mindful celebration, creating lasting memories that resonate far beyond the holiday season. 

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