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9 Essential Tips for First-Time Travellers Visiting the Oregon Coast

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This is a collaborative post. The Oregon coast is a great place to visit to witness rocky beaches, pristine forests, tide pools, and the great Spouting Horn. This 363-mile coastal area is riddled with amazing destinations and great accommodations. If you are planning a trip to the Oregon Coast for the first time the following are 9 tips to ensure …

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Decluttering Your House of Tech And Gadgets

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This is a collaborative post. Ever wanted to do tech decluttering at home but don’t know where to begin? If you have lots of old gadgets, electronics and appliances that you want to get rid of responsibly, here’s what you can do. Step One – Gadget Gathering De-cluttering shouldn’t take more than an hour, and it’s easy and rewarding at …

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The Good Cause Of The Month: Climate Change Teacher Training Academy

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As you know, every month I introduce a charity organisation on my blog in order to raise awareness for them. Since I have this fantastic platform, my blog, I try to use it to support good causes too. This month, I’d like to introduce: Climate Change Teacher Training Academy. What is it? This innovative programme was launched on 22nd of April …

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Our Stay at the Chine Hotel in Bournemouth – Review

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In May bank holiday – since we decided to do more UK holidays and staycations – we popped down to Bournemouth for the long weekend. We had a bit of a mixed weather because even though it was sunny all the way through, it was freezing cold. Luckily, the kids didn’t seem to mind so we had lots of fun …

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5 Reasons to Switch to Ecofriendly Electric Bikes

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This is a sponsored post. Living on the boarder of a big city means we commute to town and often spend our weekends on the countryside. We have a car – but hardly use it: we travel by train to London, use foldable bikes, tube, bus even the DLR. There’s no need to use a car in London and frankly, …

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Win £100 Gift Card to Spend on Lovasi International

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If you’re looking to update your bathroom and looking for unique features – check out my newest giveaway below and enter for a chance to won £100 towards a new handcrafted ceramic wash basin. As you know I love promoting small, indie brands and businesses, an Lovasi |International is one of them.   Lovasi International is the exclusive distributor of …

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Vegan Thai Sweet Potato Curry With Chickpeas Recipe

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When it comes to midweek dinners, I normally try to keep it hassle free because I normally have to make at least two different meals on a daily basis (and that’s not counting my sensory eater’s daily freezer pizza or pasta). But then, I rally don’t want to eat my picky eater’s food either. I don’t know how many of …

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Our Stay At Marwell Hotel in Winchester – Review

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Back in April half term we booked the Marwell Hotel for our three-day break near Winchester, mainly because it is situated right next to Marwell Zoo, where we planned to spend a whole day. The whole area is fantastic for children, there are plenty of things to do: the Marwell Zoo, National Motor Museum in Beaulieu, visiting Winchester, Peppa Pig …

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My Green And Ethical Picks Of The Month: May 2019

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I received and tested these products in exchange for my honest review. 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 …

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Visiting The Cutty Sark – A London Family Day Out (Review)

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Gifted experience. We normally venture into London with the children every other week, since we live in the suburbs. It’s fun to be a tourist in your own town! There are so many places to explore and even to re-visit! Exploring Greenwich for example is a proper holiday, because even though it’s only about an hour and a half from …