Welcome to 2014, the International Year of Family Farming! This worldwide initiative is focused on promoting policies to help eradicate poverty and hunger by supporting small holding farmers with the introduction of sustainable farming development methods. There is also an aim to try and protect our fragile natural environment in the process. This raises the question that perhaps we can all be a bit more sustainable in our daily routines. You might be thinking that you just don’t have the time to make any changes, but even small changes in our day-to-day lifestyle can make all the difference and it might be easier to consider then you think.