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Inspiring you to tread lightly on our planet, while tackling climate grief & eco-anxiety

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Welcome to The Sustainable Home Hub, an award-winning eco-living, home, travel and lifestyle blog. We are all about inspiring you to tread lightly on our planet, while tackling climate grief & eco-anxiety. I am Helen Edwards, an award winning writer, blogger and children's author. I am Mama to 3 beautiful sons and I have just finished my PhD in psychology.

Our focus is on helping you to take small, simple, realistic and actionable steps, to a more sustainable life, while reducing eco-anxiety and climate grief.

Whether you want to make changes towards being more sustainable at home, get back in touch with nature and your loved ones, travel our beautiful Australian countryside while remaining as eco-friendly as possible, or just want to create a healthier, happier life, where you tread more lightly on our beautiful Mother Earth - you are in the right place.

Join our community and become part of the kindness and hope revolution. Let's change the conversation. Let's acknowledge our sadness and grief about our planet, but also, let's stand together and make a difference. Let's see the joy in our planet so we can stay on the path to keeping her safe and healthy. Let's do this together, with kindness and hope, for our children's futures. Come join our revolution of kindness and hope.

Helen, John and family x

From the Blog

Saving the Great Barrier Reef from bleaching and fish sustainability

Planet Talks WOMADelaide 2019: All the Fishes in the Sea

By helene | March 2, 2019 | 0

Dr Jodie Rummer, one of the line-up at the fabulous Planet Talks in 2019 at WOMADelaide, is  an Associate Professor at the Australian Research Council (ARC) Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, James Cook University. She has had had…

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A Recycled Victorian Weatherboard House Tour, With Tansley & Co

By helene | March 1, 2019 | 0

We have some fabulous vintage decorating inspiration for you, with a house tour of this gorgeous 1883, double fronted Victorian weatherboard home, in Thornbury, in Melbourne’s Inner North. With layers of the owner’s personal style across the home, it has…

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WOMADelaide 2019: New Materials For Bio-Fabrication in Architecture

By helene | February 21, 2019 | 0

WOMADelaide 2019 is almost here and the Planet Talks are always a highlight. One of the lineup, Dr Michael Hornblow, is an interdisciplinary Artist and Senior Lecturer in Architecture and Design at the University of Tasmania. He has a broad…

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7 ways you can help our planet

7 Ways You Can Help Our Planet

By helene | February 17, 2019 | 0

 Living on our beautiful planet is so complicated. Our clever human brains have created so many amazing things, but the consumer-based society we have created, means that our lifestyle (and our greed) is destroying our home. People are starting to…

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Why Words Matter

By helene | February 11, 2019 | 2

Do you create something? Perhaps you write, or draw, or paint? Perhaps you cook, or garden, or sew, or knit? Whatever your creative pursuits are, creativity is part of being human. For some of us, it is what gets us…

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Why Going Your Own Way is Good For You

By helene | February 6, 2019 | 22

Are you overwhelmed with clutter, to do lists, or mess and chaos at home? Are you trying to live up to a particular expectation or standard in your life? Do you constantly feel like your home is unfinished, but can’t…

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