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10 Simple Ways To Fight Fast Fashion

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Once again, London is in the spotlight of the fashion world again, so I think it’s a good opportunity to talk about the fashion industry’s ecological footprint. Let me clarify that in my opinion, buying a few good, ethically produced clothes every now and then, that are made without plastic components or harmful coating is acceptable. I also find it …

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Nordgreen Watches Review: Where Ethics Meet Scandinavian Design

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Gifted item. Danish designs are world famous for a good reason: they are innovative, high quality and great design. Denmark has a long history of quality design, mainly focused on functionalism and simplicity. Think about famous furniture designer Arne Jakobsen, Lego or Bang and Olufsen.  About Nordgreen Copenhagen-based Danish watch brand Nordgreen’s head designer Jacob Wagner is one of the …

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Vegan Lemon And Vanilla Biscuits Recipe

In Foodie Me, Reviewsby eva.katona@yahoo.com3 Comments

Sometimes – sometimes I repeat –  I like to go a bit fancy with my baking. But still, I’m not a star baker, never will be, I’m just a mum with limited free time, so I like to keep things simple and get things done quickly. I’m sure I’m not the only one. I can’t bake big cakes with beautiful …

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Coffee Products That Are Bad For The Environment And Their Eco-Friendly Alternatives

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This is a collaborative post. Coffee is the most consumed beverage around the world. The vast use of coffee-related products has an impact on the environment. As a consumer of coffee, you should be very careful in using the products that are harmful to the environment and instead use their eco-friendly alternatives. Paper cups are bad for the environment Many …

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4 Ways to Save Money When Buying Fresh Produce

In Foodie Me, Green & Ethical Living, Home & Gardenby eva.katona@yahoo.comLeave a Comment

It’s had to underestimate the importance of eating fruits and veggies. After all, several studies have shown that those who eat healthier meals live longer. It’s also been proven that a healthier diet can result in fewer health issues, too. However, fresh produce can sometimes be hard to find at a decent price. And frozen veggies sometimes don’t taste as …

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Winter Holiday In Sintra (Portugal) – Places To Visit With Kids

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We haven’t travelled around Christmas in years, probably last time we went away in December it was on our honeymoon. I’ve never been to Portugal but I’ve heard a lot about how laid back and children friendly most of the places are. So booked a week and stayed in the Pestana Sintra Golf Hotel which was a great choice. As …

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3 Ingredient Vegan Biscuits – Simple and Delicious!

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Simple and easy recipes are the best! I love plain biscuits, like shortbread or linzer. But most of them needs butter – a lot of butter in fact. Since we are trying to eat more vegan if possible – I made these cookies and they are so simple to prepare that even children can make them from scratch. (Obviously, adult …

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Sustainable Travel: 3 Fantastic Spa Break Staycations In The UK

In Green & Ethical Living, Travelby eva.katona@yahoo.com1 Comment

One of my biggest challenge when it comes to living more sustainably and reducing our carbon footprint is that I love travelling. I always did, this is why I lived in different countries: I just love exploring places. However, with trying to be more conscious about our carbon footprint we decided to take less short flights. We also use trains …

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My Ethical And Green Picks Of The Month: January 2020

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Gifted products. 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 are positive choices for people and planet. …

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Sustainable Treasure Hunt: Charity Shops In Kensington

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The spending money was gifted by, but all views are my own. Kensington is one of the best places to visit in London. I love Kensington Gardens, The Victoria and Albert museum is my favourite place to be in town, there’s the Design Museum, the Natural History museum, lots of nice places to eat and sit down for a coffee, …