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Why Buy Organic Food?

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What is organic farming? Where does an organic apple come from? What are the standards? And finally why is it better for us? I’ll round this up in this post, dedicated to #organicoctober. The standards Organic farming practices conserve woodlands, wetlands, and wildlife. They protect ecosystem and improve them. In order to be accredited organic or to be able to …

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Sustainable Skiing: How to Have an Eco-Friendly Chalet Holiday

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This is a sponsored post. With a requirement for lifts, pistes and snow-makers, it’s easy to assume that ski resorts come at a huge cost to the environment. Whilst ski resorts do have an impact, new technology, green energy and sustainable transport measures are making resorts more environmentally responsible all the time. Whilst this makes us feel better about going …

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A New, Transparent and Sustainable Way to Source Your Food: CrowdFarming

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This is a sponsored post. Have you heard about CrowdFarming? CrowdFarming® is a new, transparent and sustainable way to source your food: adopt a tree, an animal or part of a garden, receive fresh food cultivated just for you straight from the farmers and help fight food waste.  It is an agri-social revolution waged by young producers in the orange …

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Vegan Cauliflower Tikka Masala Recipe

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Sponsored post. Who’s excited for National Curry Week? Me, definitely. Curry is now just as much of part of the “British” cuisine as fish & chips. This is no joke intended, as much as I like some of the traditional dishes of my chosen country (mostly the meat free version of them of course) we can’t deny the fact that …

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Entry Level Mountain Biking: 5 Mistakes To Avoid

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This is a collaborative post. Mountain biking is not an activity that most people would put on top of their favorite-things-to-do list. However, once you get the hang of it, it can be an extremely fulfilling experience. Thanks to it, not only will you get a boost of adrenaline, but you also have a chance to enjoy breathtaking views. With …

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My Ethical And Green Picks Of The Month: September 2021

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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 ethical and green issues. I find that the best way is to do this by introducing other eco-friendly options, that are positive choices for people and …

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The Three Levels of Traditional Reiki and What Do They Mean

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This is a collaborative post. Reiki is a hands-on energy healing modality where a Reiki practitioner transmits universal energy through their palms – to a patient, themselves, an object, animal, etc. One who seeks to become a fully equipped reiki practitioner must undertake a three-level training consisting of multiple attunements, modules, and continuous practice. Reiki’s unique component is its attunements …

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Wholewheat Couscous With Roasted Butternut Squash And Kale Salad (Vegan)

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I’ve been looking into autumnal, seasonal and warming food to eat and pack for lunch when working in my zero waste shop. I also had some leafy veg I needed to use: beautiful, dark green kale that I received last Friday with my Riverford box. Packed lunches are not only much better for you to eat, because you know what …

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How to Make Your Yacht Holiday Eco-Friendly

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This is a collaborative post. Travelling can make a pretty big environmental impact. However, if you are embarking on a bareboat yacht charter holiday there are plenty of ways that you can reduce your environmental footprint. Eco-friendly travel is really important these days – especially when you consider the high emissions of flying. But sailing around on a yacht can …

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Win a Gorgeous Copper Water Bottle From GlobalWakecup

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Since it’s Sustainable September and also Zero Waste Week in the UK (there’s plenty eco events going on in September!) I have teamed up with GlobalWakecup to raise awareness of the importance of plastic free reusables. As you know plastic water bottles are one of the most common single used plastics. They add a big chunk to the unnecessary plastic …