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How to Shop For Eco-Friendly Napkins

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This is a collaborative post. You want to buy some napkins for your home, but you also want to be cost-effective AND make sure that you are not going to be contributing to environmental destruction. So buying that bulk package of 400 napkins might not be a good idea. Before you shop for floral linen napkins, you should read on …

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Daily Note: World Oceans Day

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It’s World Oceans Day today. It has been created to help inform the public human actions on the ocean and develop a worldwide movement to protect and sustain our waters. So as a responsible global citizen I’m going to do just that with this post. We all know – especially if you watched Seaspiracy but it’s hard to escape from the …

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Review: Solent Spa Hotel Fareham (Hampshire)

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3 weeks ago, as soon as hotels opened up after. the lockdown we headed down to Portsmouth and decided to book a few nights in Fareham’s Solent Hotel which is only 10 minutes drive to Portsmouth. The pool and spa being open and functioning on a reasonable booking needed basis sealed the deal to book a family room. Location Fareham …

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Win A Bloom & Nora Reusable Pads Kit

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Have you always wanted to try reusable pads but never knew which sizes to buy? With reusable pads for your period it’s now all the same as any other single use products: you can buy different sizes, for different flow, for day or night… and there are plenty of choices! This is why Bloom & Nora decided to offer a …

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Five Fun Hen Party Ideas That Don’t Involve Single-Use Plastics

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This is a collaborative post. If you’re looking to plan a hen party but you want to do something a bit different and something that’s good for the planet then you could look into organising a sustainable hen party. You might be looking to plan it for a bride who lives an ethical life and wants a green and ethical …

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My Ethical And Green Picks Of The Month: May 2021

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Some 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 eco-friendly options, that are positive choices for people …

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Things to Do in Hampshire: Visiting Jane Austen’s House

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Last weekend we just wanted to get away and decided to book a hotel in Hampshire; not actually far from where we live in South-West London: about an hour and a half drive. Now that lockdown is finally lifted and we can travel – at least in the UK! – again, we try to see as much of it as …

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How To Make Heart Shaped Seed Bombs – DIY

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It’s World Bee Day today, so I’m sharing a new DIY idea: How To Make Heart Shaped Seed Bombs. Honeybees are a primary pollinator of plants, including crops, fruits and vegetables. Our diets rely greatly on the work that bees do. Sadly, certain pesticides have been used in the past that affected bees negatively, although more recently governments have begun …

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Win a Personalised Planner – Sustainable Stationery The Wee Bit Of This And That

In Design, Giveaways, Green & Ethical Living, Reviews by eva.katona@yahoo.com19 Comments

Gifted product. I’ve always been a stationery fan, ever since I was a little girl. In the last couple of years though, I started to resist buying nice stationery as I thought it all just creates lots of waste. And that they are kind of unnecessary.  Well, most of them is. All the glittery, flittery and fluffy stuff is. That …

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Couscous with Roasted Broccoli and Lemon Tahini

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It’s National Vegetarian Week, so let’s celebrate with a delicious, simple and light recipe, perfect for the warmer weather. This is a light recipe, but it’s very fulfilling with the broccoli and the flavours. If you’re taking the challenge (I’m so very happy to support you!) maybe this recipe will be useful for you – enjoy! It literally has all …