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Coconutty Summer Greens – Vegan Recipe

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I often just don’t know what to do with summer greens as they are generally great pairing meat based or meat free roast type of dishes but in summer I don’t want to eat that. I summer I like light and easy to prepare dishes, that are enjoyable just by themselves and certainly don’t want to spend hours in the …

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12 Hours in Bath (Somerset) With the Kids

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Back during the May half term we booked the long weekend away in Cornwall in our favourite China Fleet Hotel and we decided to have stop for a night in Bath as I never been and always wanted to go. The main purpose of the stop over was to go and see the Roman Baths, but we managed to squeeze …

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Cheap Days Out This Summer Holiday

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This is a collaborative post. With the summer holidays coming, it’s time to start thinking about what you’re going to do with your children – it’s a great time for family bonding activities and making memories that will endure for years to come. With the cost of living crisis always looming in the headlines, however, you might want to focus …

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Days Out for the Family in London

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This is a collaborative post. London has plenty of fun and exciting activities for you and your family to enjoy. Although it has a reputation for being expensive, there are plenty of options that have discounts or won’t break the bank. Below, we explore the best family days out in London. Museums London features some of the richest museums in …

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Daily Note: World Refill Day

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As you know I have a refill shop so it’s important that today I talk about why is it important to change our consuming ways and whilst of course not achieving zero waste (I don’t think that’s possible at all) but we all do our bests to reduce plastic pollution.  Plastic pollution en bloc mainly really consist of single use …

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Introducing the New WUKA Flex Period Pants – Fit All Sizes

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This is a sponsored post. I’ve been using a few different reusable products lately. My flow is changing as getting closer to peri menopausal days, or maybe already there, hard to know. I noticed the menstrual cup has not been too comfortable lately so I switched to reusable pads and pants.  I’ve tried a few different brands of period pants …

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Factors To Consider When Choosing a Road Bike

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This is a collaborate post. Cycling is a great way to move around town, exercise or have fun on trails in the countryside. It’s also better for the environment! Many people are getting into cycling, hence a growth in bike manufacturing companies. This growth has led to a broad variety of road bikes in the market. Parents that like riding …

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My Ethical And Green Picks Of The Month: May 2022

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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 planet. We …

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5 Vegan Influencers Making a Big Impact on Social Media

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The vegan lifestyle is becoming more and more popular every day. More and more people are choosing to adopt a vegan diet for health, environmental, and ethical reasons. As a result, there are now many vegan influencers on social media (in this post we share with you 5 vegan influencers) who are spreading the word about the benefits of living …

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Butterflies Are Going Extinct at Alarming Rate – Why? What Can We Do?

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Did you take part in the Big Butterfly Count last year? The butterfly count is an event that is organised for the purpose of identifying and counting butterflies in a specific geographical area. The next Big Butterfly Count will begin on Friday 15th July 2022 and run until Sunday 7th August. You can download the charts in advance. The Big Butterfly …