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The Good Cause Of The Month: Plogolution

In Green & Ethical Living, Life by eva.katona@yahoo.comLeave a Comment

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: Plogolution  What is plogging? Last year the founders Dermot and Michelle came across plogging, which is …

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Choosing the Best Plumbing Pipes for Your Home

In Home & Garden by eva.katona@yahoo.comLeave a Comment

This is a collaborative post. When it comes to choosing the right plumbing pipes for your home, don’t settle for anything less. There exists a ton of options out there, and making the wrong decision might cost you more in the long run. Consider a few factors such as the material, the maintenance rate, or the number of times you …

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10 Top Tips For An Eco Friendly Office

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This is a collaborative post. Although, I’m currently working form home, I used to work in hotels and other travel companies and being on the green board of each workplace was a priority for me. If you’re passionate about something, you’ll find yourself to bring it with you everywhere you go. Being green means exactly this: it’s not only about …

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Vegan Black Cherry Cream Cheese Cake With Oat Flour (GF) plus Giveaway!

In Foodie Me, Giveaways by eva.katona@yahoo.com26 Comments

This cake is a perfect show stopper, so beautiful! It’s truly all about the colours and the added decoration. Looks rustic, vintage and totally on trend with healthy, plant based ingredients!  I’m not a great baker, I like baking, but big cakes are not my strongest points – so if I say: this is easy, trust me it is.  I …

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The Environmental Impact of Plastic Bottles and Bottled Water

In Green & Ethical Living by eva.katona@yahoo.com5 Comments

This is a collaborative post. You are advised to take at least eight glasses of water a day. But, how reasonable is that? Well, it is achievable mostly if you have access to clean drinking water: which will mostly happen if you are at home and when you can access the dispenser at your workplace. For folks who cycle for the …

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Get Summer Ready – Big Ethical and Eco Friendly Giveaway

In Giveaways, Green & Ethical Living by eva.katona@yahoo.com74 Comments

Hi everyone, I thought, it’s been a while since I ran my favourite giveaways, so let’s have one. Like always, I’ve teamed up with some fantastic eco friendly and ethical brands to promote their products as well as hopefully help everyone to make conscious, ethical and environmentally friendly choices. Also a very important point for me that these small, indie …

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25 Smart Tips How To Reduce Food Waste At Home

In Foodie Me, Green & Ethical Living by eva.katona@yahoo.com10 Comments

Food waste – as we have probably all heard it lately on the news is a major contributor to climate change. Between 33-50% of all food produced globally is never eaten and that is a staggering figure. Which means that we waste lots of energy, resources and of course  it’s also a moral problem. It’s not just about starving people somewhere …

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Spanish Rice Arancini Recipe

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Earlier this week, I posted about one of my favourite spring/summer dishes: Spanish Rice. Now we all know, that cooking the RIGHT amount of rice for a meal something that they teach in cooking master classes, because it’s nearly impossible. I’m terrible at cooking rice. I normally cook rice as if I had at least 5 more family members or …

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Spanish Rice Recipe (Vegan)

In Foodie Me by eva.katona@yahoo.com8 Comments

Spanish rice is one of my favourite side dishes: a lovely, warm mediterranean flavour which you can pair with a lot of otherwise bland food like grilled fish, fish fingers, veggie fritters and patties (or meats). It’s also vegan, if you avoid all sorts of animal products – this is for you. It’s very versatile, I normally pair it up …

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Family Trip To The National Rail Museum York (Review)

In Reviews, Travel by eva.katona@yahoo.com9 Comments

Back in February half term we decided to take a trip to York and visit the National Rail Museum. Bobcat and daddy are huge train fans, I *might* have mentioned this before. Bobcat has a few interests these days, but trains are the biggest things for him. They were his first big interests and still are. This is of course …