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Reducing Air Pollution In Your Home: ActivePure Air Purifier

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This is a sponsored post. Why polluted air is a problem Last winter I had a rough time with a flu that lasted from mid December till the end of January 2020. During this time as I was prescribed an inhaler the doctor mentioned that this could be what they call is late onset of asthma. This is entirely down …

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Super Simple Vegan Brownies Recipe

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I love brownies and oddly this has been a recipe I haven’t “veganised” yet so when my daughter requested brownies the other day, I thought this is the time. I looked up a few recipes but I thought they all use too much sugar so I used less (still plenty in my view) and added a mixture of dark chocolate …

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Top Tips For A Rustic Home

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This is a collaborative post. Is there any place more inviting than a cottage window seat in the springtime? To give your home a similar feel, fill your property with small touches to give that cozy feeling to any space! In carpentry, the term ‘rustic’ describes a roughened surface or deeply sunk joints. However, in modern-day interior design, the word …

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Win A Piglets Pantry Afternoon Tea Delivered To You! (Review)

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Gifted item. A going out for a perfect afternoon tea is something I really miss during these days. I love afternoon teas. So when Piglets Pantry contacted me to try their Vegan Afternoon Tea delivery, I was over the moon – what a treat! And it really was! It arrived well packaged and chilled in the morning. No excess packaging, …

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How I’m Approaching Veganuary And My Key Takeaways

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In the light of Veganuary 2021 I thought I’d share a few thoughts on how I’m approaching Veganuary. I’ve been a vegetarian for over 10 years and going cold turkey (or rather cold nut roast) and jump into a full vegan diet is – I can tell you – it’s not easy. I spent the last year in a limbo: …

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Recycle Your Electricals Campaign – How To Properly Dispose Your Electric Items

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Did you get any gadgets for Christmas? A lot of us did I think! I did and the children did too. Electrical devices are very popular gifts, as we use so many gadgets: mobile phones, cameras, household items and and even toys! There are so many toys that works with battery or charger, the age of the interactive toys we …

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Vegan Dalgona Coffee Recipe Made With Barleycup

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Sponsored post. New Year – New You?  I for one will be doing Veganuary again – and hoping to stick to it. I’ve been in a limbo since the last one, being a vegetarian I still find it hard to stick to it. Largely, because my family isn’t vegan so a lot of time food prepping and feeding a family …

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Big January Eco Giveaway!

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We all need a bit of a cheering up these days, so teaming up with a few eco blogger friends we decided to bring you a fantastic giveaway, so one lucky winner can win this big hamper of eco-friendly products!  What’s the prize? We have a huge bundle of eco goodies for you, here’s what you can win: Smash water …

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Best Vegan Chilli Sin Carne Recipe

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I’ve been trying to perfect this recipe for ages, and I think I have finally managed it!  I love a good veggie chilli, but sometimes either the colour of the dish (without the meat) or the taste of it can be pretty boring. Well, I like exciting and colourful food.  This has become a fortnightly standard favourite for me in …

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Why Are We Taking On The 1000 Hours Outside Challenge

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As you know we are quite outdoorsy as a family. There are plenty of reasons why we do this: to connect with nature, to get some exercise, get fresh air and educate the children too. All of them are very important. To connect with nature is the easiest way to reduce stress and anxiety, being outside helps us to feel …