Bee Eco Wraps Media
Maria Kondo Favorite Things
In The New York Post Alexa Magazine
Whilst our use for plastic is often employed with blissful ignorance, the ramifications of our collective actions are significant.
The Kids On The Coast
Living an off-grid life is something that many of us aspire towards. One local family made this a reality when they shunned the consumerist life and built themselves a self-sufficient sanctuary, nestled in the heart of the Noosa Hinterland.
Whole Family Rhythms
Today I am honoured to welcome Geraldine Devine to Whole Family Rhythms community. Geraldine has a tribe to love, tucked away in their off the grid haven, with a mission to ‘be the change’ right now! You could call her a homeschooling, minimalist, homesteading, zero waster, but she’ll start squirming if you try to put her in that box!
Sunshine Coast Daily
Matt and Geraldine Devine enjoy the simplicity of a self-sufficient lifestyle in the Noosa hinterland with their five children and a family business.
Global Family Interview - Little farmhouse is bursting at the seams with the childrens liveliness and personality! Busy little soals, imbued with a sense of freedom.
Hippie In Disguise
Slow life, Zero Waste, terms often used for this lifestyle, yet we are so very busy and love waste and the fabulous compost it provides! Our goal is to minimise the impact of our choices. Plastic is
We encourage them to push through many barriers and steer away from quick fixes.
I first came across Matt through my girlfriend who bumped into him at a market in Eumundi, Queensland. This is one of the markets he regularly sells his handmade Bee Eco cloth wraps.
ISSUU Salt Magazine
If you don't believe in fairy tales, you may well be swayed with a visit to the home of the Devine family.