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Top 5 Peaceful Places to Go in the UK this Autumn

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This is a collaborative post. After a busy summer and before the lead-up to Christmas officially begins, many are looking for a quiet and relaxing few weeks to re-energize and refresh ready for the hustle and bustle of the holiday season. While your first thought might be to book a trip outside the UK, there are many places to go …

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Best Vegan Macaroni Cheese with Broccoli and Peas

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Sponsored post. I love veganising good old family recipes. Like vegan spaghetti bolognese, spaghetti with vegan meatballs or chilli sin carne. They are all family favourites without meat and taste great.  There are a couple of things that I find hard to replace and one of them is definitely cheese. Whilst there are many vegan cheese alternatives available not all …

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Review: MasterClass Can-To-Pan Recycled Aluminium & Ceramic Non-Stick Frying Pan – Tested with Vegan Fried Rice

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Gifted product. Finding eco-friendly cook ware is still a bit of a challenge, so I found. There are some brands available on the market but they are a little too expensive. This is why I was really glad when I get in touch with Lifestyle Brands the distributor of MarsterClass cook ware products. They have kindly sent me a set …

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Ninja CREAMi Review – Vegan Sorbet Making

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Gifted item. I do love ice cream and even more sorbet because I prefer the fruity flavour and you don’t need dairy free alternative for cream. Having said that I also like everything chocolate, including chocolate ice cream. So do the kids. But luckily, sorbets can be also sold to them, which is definitely a healthier option, especially if low …

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How to Make Sure Your Home is More Energy Efficient

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This is a collaborative post. Many homeowners will be looking to make sure that their home is as energy efficient right now in a time of skyrocketing energy bills. Additionally, making your home more energy efficient also helps you to reduce your environmental impact and could even add value to your home. So, what can you do to make sure …

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The Amazing Journey of a Fair Trade Coffee Bean

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This is a collaborative post. Since I live in England I’m convinced, that the Brits are married to their cups of tea. But they have a secret love affair coffee. Recent figures revealed by the British Coffee Association (BSA) paint Britain less as a nation of tea-drinkers and more as coffee connoisseurs, with the total coffee consumption increasing from 70 …

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5 Resons to Participate in #SecondhandSeptember 2022

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It’s Secondhand September again in a few days so I’m having a little post about just how much better is to choose secondhand clothes whenever possible. (By which I mean the moaning “but I never find my size/style/what I want” is just an excuse.) I do buy certain things newly like underwear, but the rest I do try to look …

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Fantastic Autumn Getaway Locations in the UK

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This is a collaborative post. One of the many great things about holidaying in the UK is that there’s an enviable wealth of outdoor beauty, distributed fairly evenly across the famous Isles. What’s more, many of them are just as brilliant when you’re travelling late in summer, or even well into autumn. If you’re planning on a campervan adventure, then …

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Review: TOG24 Recycled Material Kid’s Jackets

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Gifted products.   It’s almost back to school time, so it is time to look for durable outerwear for the autumn and winter months for the kiddos. We were gifted lightweight padded jackets made of recycled material by TOG24. About TOG24 TOG24 (TOG24 stands for “Truth Over Glory Everyday”) was founded in West Yorkshire in 1958. Based in the Spen …

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The Advantages to Biking With Your Kids to School This Fall, 2022

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This is a collaborative post. Taking the whole family to school on bikes may sound like a big change, but this healthy choice is easier to accomplish than you might assume. It has wide-ranging benefits that are mental, physical and financial. Here are a few advantages to pulling the step through bike out of the garage instead of the car …