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Eco-Friendly Style Tips For Fashionistas

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This is a collaborative post. Eco-friendly matters are constantly surfacing to the fore of the public consciousness, as people debate and discuss how they can have a positive impact on the environment around them. One area that is frequently recurring in the dialogue is the matter of ‘sustainable fashion’, whereby people undertake eco-friendly measures to buy, wear, and sell clothes …

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Vegan Bean Stew With Chilli And Cocoa Recipe

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I cooked this recipe many times both in my good old casserole dish and in my Ninja Kitchen pressure cooker. Undoubtedly, in the Ninja cooker it takes the fraction of the time to prepare this, in the matter of 15 minutes and you just throw everything into the machine. Then it will cook if for you. However, for those who …

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My Ethical And Green Picks Of The Month: February 2021

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Gifted products. 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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Anatomy of Action – Rethinking How We Consume

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Thinking about climate action and working towards global sustainability is something that always needs to involve everyone globally, no matter how old or young. As adults we are all responsible for our children’s future. Right now, their future is threatened by climate change. So we not only need to change our ways of living, but also educate our children. These …

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8 Ways To Make Your Bedroom Update Eco-friendly

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This is a sponsored post. Transforming a your bedroom into a sanctuary, a place where you can relax requires healthy and thoughtful choices. Everything you choose for your bedroom makes an impact on the quality of life. As more and more people are aware of the environmental impact of we way we live our lives – most of us are …

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Our Post-Lockdown London Must Visit List

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In collaboration with Hotels.com, but all views are my own. I’m sure I can speak for most of us: we all have a must-do and must-visit list in our head put together what are we all going to do when this lockdown ends. For us, there are lots of things of course: the children’s extra curriculum activities they love like …

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Win A 100% Natural Coir Doormat From Red Candy

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Gifted items. If you like a splash of colour and products that are designed to bring fun, originality and a bit of a quirkiness to brighten up your everyday – Red Candy is your place to browse. I’ve been kindly sent these super cute bamboo plates for the children, which they love and of course I instantly fell in love …

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Creating a Sustainable Home Office

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This is a collaborative post If you’re one of the many people now working from home, you’ve probably got a space set up as your home office by now. But if you’re looking to make yourself a more sustainable home working space, you might be starting to think about making some improvements to your current set up. Trying to create …

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Spaghetti With Creamy Butternut Squash Sauce 

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This is a guest post by Alba Gelli Are you looking for a delicious vegetarian recipe, easy to prepare and ready under 30 minutes? I have got you covered: my spaghetti pasta with creamy butternut squash sauce is the answer! Butternut squash is a wonderful vegetable I always stock in my food pantry. It is super handy to have as …

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The Key Features For Your Home Office

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This is a sponsored post. It’s been a few months of home office and home schooling for a lot of us and possibly a few more to go before we can safely go back to the work. If at all?  Is this maybe how things are changing into a shorter working week as we can skip commuting? Will companies rethink …