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Creating A Minimalist Feel Inside Your Home

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This is a collaborative post. Clutter can often feel chaotic, and this isn’t something you want to experience in the comfort of your own home. Piles of ‘stuff’ will not be able to provide you with any joy, and it can be difficult to maintain a clean and hygienic environment when you have so many decor and furniture items to …

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My Ethical And Green Picks Of The Month: October 2020

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Gifted items. 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 options, that are positive choices for people and planet. …

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Vegan Sweet Potato And Carrot Soup With Ginger

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Autumn weather is here to stay and as soon as the colour of the leaves changes and the rainy days set in, I start craving hot soups. I don’t know about you, but nothing’s more satisfying when cooking up a quick soup when it’s rainy or cold outside and eat most of it immediately after cooking with fresh, crusty bread. …

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How To Plan a Sustainable Ski Holiday

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This post may contain compensated elements. It is quite difficult to educate skiers about the negative impact their favourite sport can make on the environment. We all assume that it is the sole responsibility of the local mountain communities who make a livelihood from skiing to conserve and safeguard the slopes which have sustained them for so many years. While …

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Is Sewing Your Own Curtains Cheaper Than Buying Them?

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This is a collaborative post Nowadays, managing our finances should be our top priority. Buying expensive things with unsure durability is just a great hindrance towards saving a penny or dime. Being adults make us think of going cheap just to see our money’s worth. Just as common adults, we always buy the essentials for our house to make it …

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Vegan Carrot-Apple-Orange Cake

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Autumn Sunday afternoons are for baking, right? Especially when it’s raining outside. Happens all the time to me!  This vegan carrot-apple-orange cake is yet another vegan recipe I developed just for the sake of trying to make it vegan. I love experimenting with food prepared on a vegan way. Cakes are definitely a good way to start making more vegan …

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How To Have A Sustainable Halloween

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Halloween is around the corner and whilst I expect we cannot go trick or treating this year (it’s 2020, if you are reading this in later years…), we will still have some sort of a family fun at home for the kids. They love Halloween almost as much as Christmas (which will always be a little bit strange for me), …

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10 Ways To Spruce Up Your Garden

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This is a collaborative post. Your garden is essentially an extension of your home, yet it is somewhere that many neglect to put in as much work as their house. If you put the time in, a garden can be a luscious paradise where you can spend your time relaxing, growing fruits, vegetables, and plants, hosting BBQ’s and just enjoying …

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How to Ethically Declutter

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This is a collaborative post Everyone seems to be on a decluttering kick in recent years. Thanks to programs like The home Edit and Marie Kondo. But there is little mentioned about the ethical impact of all of those black bags that people seemed to throw away in haste. It is logical to want to strip back what you own …

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Vegan Spiced Apple and Oat Pancakes Recipe

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I love pancakes (well the children love them too) and I always try to hide some extra goodness in them like mashed banana or grated apples, sometimes both. And oats, oats are so healthy. They’re a gluten-free, whole grain and a great source of important vitamins, minerals, fibre and antioxidants. Oats are rich in carbs and fibre, but also higher …