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Bushes That Attract Butterflies In The UK

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This is a collaborative post. Butterflies are a beautiful sight to behold in a garden, and if you’d like to enjoy their presence in your garden, then planting the right shrubs is essential. Every butterfly species has its own preferences regarding food sources and shelter, which means that some shrubs are better suited to attracting butterflies than others. The buddleia …

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5 Glamping Trip Items Everyone Forgets to Take

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This is a sponsored post. Have you ever tried glamping? Glamping has become very popular in the last few years and it basically means glamorous camping. Glamping sites are popping up everywhere to take people on adventure in the heart of nature but a little less wild as traditional camping. Camping is not for everyone. It’s not for me, I …

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Review: Old Compton Brasserie, London

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Sponsored post Reviewing the Old Compton Brasserie in collaboration with OpenTable for booking restaurants in Soho. Love Soho, whenever in London, it’s always one of the places I opt for dining out – especially being so close to the theatres. It’s always buzzing and it’s the place that always delivers a true London restaurant experience. Even if you just travel …

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10 Family Reunion Gifts to Bring Your Loved Ones Closer Together

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This is a collaborative post. Every family has its own traditions for family reunions. Some people see the reunion as a chance to take a family vacation. Others look forward to the same holiday arrangements each year. Regardless of your family’s traditions, if you’re organizing a reunion, you might need a brief list of gift ideas. Such a great time …

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Looking to Buy Affordable and Unique Art? Try Wychwood Art Gallery

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This is a sponsored post. I’m always after interesting art pieces as I’m forever perfecting my gallery walls. I made one in the living room and in the bedroom, but planning to add one to the hall too. I don’t usually mind if it’s original art or not – although I do prefer original if I can afford it. Which …

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Win a Self Care Gift Set with Refillogic

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This fantastic bundle and self care gift set is brought to you by Refillogic – your one stop eco shop online. So for those, who doesn’t know this yet: I jointly own a real, brick and mortar zero waste shop in Surbiton, South-West London, where we live. Not only that, but we also have a web shop and we ship UK wide …

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Our Staycation In Broadstairs: Things To Do With Kids

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Back in August we have visited Broadstairs for the first time as we had to cancel our holiday in France. Never mind we thought, as we have planned more staycations in the future and clocking in less air miles (although, we meant to travel to France by train). So we booked a few days in a little boutique B&B close …

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Citrus Infused Multipurpose Vinegar Cleaner Recipe

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I’ve been cleaning with natural cleaning products for a quite a few years now. It’s because harsh chemicals found in the domestic cleaning products are really quite bad for us. They can case all sorts of problems ranging from allergy to cancer, so if there is an eco-friendly product, that is equally effective, I can’t see any reason not swap …

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From Galway to London: Top 7 Galleries & Museums to See

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This is a collaborative post. An area as rich and as beautiful as north-eastern Europe is bound to be one of the best holiday destinations you have ever seen! Full of entertainment, fascinating historical sites, and a sense of high culture, its cities are the perfect way for you to widen your horizons!  So, in order to do that, skim …

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How to Grow Your Own Food: Tips From Vikki Gerrard La Crosse for Beginner Homesteaders

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This is a collaborative post. As the world becomes increasingly connected, more and more people are turning to homestead. Growing your food is a great way to become self-sufficient, save money, and reduce your environmental impact. Here are tips from environmental expert Vikki Gerrard La Crosse for growing your food as a beginner homesteader.  How to Grow Your Own Food: …