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Choose Fabric Carrier Bags for These 5 Reasons

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There are many small details that every business needs to have in order to function properly. Carrier bags are a minute detail that can make a big difference. For retail stores, there is a need for providing the customers with the option of buying carrier bags. To meet your business’ carrier bags needs you can go to carrier bag wholesalers. …

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Introducing An Ethical Energy Supplier: People’s Energy

In Green, Home and Garden, Life, Uncategorized by eva.katona@yahoo.com8 Comments

You, dear reader, I’m sure you have an energy supplier but I’m not a cold caller from a direct marketing company to find out why did you choose yours and if you’re happy with it. (I hate cold callers. Does it ever work?) Instead, I just want to let you know, that there’s an ethical energy company, that does business …

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My Green And Ethical Picks Of The Month: July

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My Green And Ethical Picks Of The Month: July One of my favourite thing about my blog is that I have this massive opportunity to make a difference. I use my blog to spread the word and make people aware of green and ethical issues. I find, that the best way is to do this by introducing other options, that …

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Which Menstrual Cup is Right for You?

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Which Menstrual Cup is Right for You? There are a lot of reasons why you might want to make the switch from tampons to a menstrual cup. They are better for the environment, will save you lots of money, come with a lower risk of Toxic Shock Syndrome, and finally, they are better for your health because they don’t contain …

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My Vegan Beauty Routine With Atlist

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The best thing about being a green and ethical blogger is…. well there are actually two things I LOVE about it: the first is, that I can inspire someone to make simple changes in their life and routine for a cleaner and fairer future. These small changes matter, and are very important steps. The other thing is, that I get …

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Angela Langford Balanced & Beautiful Balancing Face Oil Review

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As you already know I’m a huge fan of natural skin care and essential oils. My holistic approach is: the same way I nourish my body with non-processed and meat free food I treat my skin with natural and organic beauty products which are also cruelty free. I try to avoid artificial ingredients and chemicals both in my diet and my beauty products. I’m not going over …

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Ethical Days Out For Families Who Care

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When the sun has got its hat on and the whole family feels like going out to play, who wants to spend their day strolling dead-eyed around some retail park? We must not have gotten the memo that said that shopping was suddenly a fun family activity, but it’s not a theory that we necessarily subscribe to. After all, we …

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Looking For Alternative Ways to Fuel Your Car?

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Looking For Alternative Ways to Fuel Your Car? As we all know, fossil fuel is a depleting commodity that’s becoming more and more scarce.  There are serious negative impacts on consuming fossil fuel, and from a cost perspective, the law of supply and demand means it is destined to rise in price.   With fuel prices in the UK ever …

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Want to Achieve an Easy to Maintain Garden?

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Want to Achieve an Easy to Maintain Garden? Most people love the idea of having a garden. They also love the way a garden in full bloom looks. But what they don’t like is the amount of work that so often has to go into maintaining a garden. It’s not easy, and when you have a career and family taking …

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Teaching The Children About Sustainable Living: Start In The Garden

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Ultra-processed food generation If you own a garden or an allotment, you have the best thing to teach your children about sustainable living. Everything starts with understanding where our food comes from and how do we produce food. According to the Guardian, 50% all the food bought by families in the UK is now “ultra-processed”, made in a factory with industrial ingredients …