This summer get crafty with toilet paper rolls for camping and gardening
Every few days, a naked cardboard toilet paper roll appears in the bathroom, stripped of its ribbon of pillowy soft, white squares. Made of completely recyclable and biodegradable material, empty toilet paper rolls can easily fill up the recycling bin or they can be the super star of two of our favourite DIY summertime projects.
Transformative yoga poses for upper and lower back pain relief
Yoga has been used for centuries to improve health, and in particular to provide back pain relief and increase flexibility. Whether you suffer from tension headaches, chronic back pain from an injury, or repetitive use strains, using yoga for back pain relief may be one of the best things you do for yourself.
If you’re sceptical that yoga poses can provide physical transformation and improve your flexibility, watch truly inspirational story of once disabled war Veteran Arthur, then start on your journey with these five yoga poses for back pain relief.
Your seafood choice lowering the impact on dolphins, turtles, and sharks
Ten percent. That’s the population size of some seafood species today compared to what they were in the 1950s.
What’s more, commercial fishing by massive trawling ships obliterate sensitive coral reefs and other marine ecosystems, and longline fishing methods injure and kill seabirds, sharks, and turtles. Combine these seafood woes with indiscriminate commercial fishing practices that result in shocking losses of turtles, dolphins, and other marine creatures – collectively known by the impersonal term of “bycatch” – and you’ve got an ocean ecosystem disaster on your hands.
So how do you, as a consumer, choose between sustainable seafood and fish farm seafood in order to lower your impact on our oceans?
This largely depends on two main factors: the type of seafood you’re eating and where it was caught or raised.
The following guide will help you discern the best choice between sustainable seafood and fish farm options.