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Family Sundays at the Royal Opera House: Wonder Woman

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Gifted experience. My little girl is about to turn 3 and she’s really into music and dancing, more precisely ballet, being a ballerina is her new favourite role play. So when we were invited by the Royal Opera House to join their Wonder Woman event as part of their Family Sundays, we happily said yes to coming along. Our aim …

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Alex Monroe “Oceans” Collection (In Partnership with Friends of the Earth) – Review

In Green & Ethical Living, Reviews, Style by eva.katona@yahoo.com3 Comments

I have received this necklace in exchange for this post. I think nature is very inspiring with all the beautiful creatures: animals and plants, the colours, the shapes and other qualities. However, we all know that our planet and all its inhabitants are facing challenging times as a result of the last decades of human activities of polluting and using …

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Spicy Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Creamy Kale (Vegan)

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Advertorial post. With National Sweet Potato Day is around the corner (22nd of March) I thought it would be great to make something yummy and vegan celebrating one of my favourite vegetables. You see, I love sweet potato, so versatile, naturally sweet and fulfilling. It can be posh or plain and it goes well with a lots of different dishes: …

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Mother’s Day Giveaway: Win a £50 Gift Card from Abstract House

In Giveaways, Home & Garden by eva.katona@yahoo.com25 Comments

I love art prints, we do have quite a few and I also collect vintage travel posters and fashion drawings. I do especially like art prints from my favourite periods – the originals are obviously not affordable, but because I love them, a good quality print always a good option to surround yourself art you like.  I recently came across …

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Family Day Out at Diggerland Kent (Review)

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Gifted experience. If you have small children, chances are, that you have already heard about Diggerland the award winning theme park where you can operate real machines: diggers, dumpers and other machines, even little racing cars and safari jeeps. Some of them are smaller than in real life but there are also big ones, like big JCBs. Everything revolves around …

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Review: Vegetarian Menu at Chakra Restaurant Kingston

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I was invited to test the menu, but all views are on my own. For me, as a lover of Indian food – especially the Punjabi cuisine – , the vegetarian diet will be also forever linked to the love of yoga and spirituality. We were recently invited to try the latest addition to our beautiful local Thames-side promenade in …

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5 Tips To Make Your Bathroom More Warm And Light In Winter

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Warmth and light. Two things that most of us crave in the colder months, particularly in the place we spend a lot of time hiding from the stormy weather: our homes. In the UK, we do have it easier than Scandinavian countries who in January only get light between 8.47am and 2.55pm and definitely easier than Iceland who get a …

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Ethical and Eco-Friendly Fashion: Nomads Clothing Review

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These items were sent to me by the brand and the post contains affiliate links. As you might know already, one of my favourite pet hates is fast fashion. Fast fashion embodies a lot of things going to the wrong direction in our days: promoting over-consuming, endangering the environment, harming people’s self-esteem and creating dangerous addictive habits and fuelling unethical …

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5 Tips for Clean & Green Boating

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This is a collaborative post. When you’re cruising along the coastline or sailing across your favourite lake, you’re very much in the moment. With the waves against the hull and the wind in your hair, you’re not thinking of your expenditure, your emissions or fuel. You’re swept up in the beauty of nature. Even so, the beauty of nature won’t …

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Treat Mum on Mother’s Day with VonShef Goodies Plus a Pizza Set Giveaway!

In Giveaways, Home & Garden, Reviews by eva.katona@yahoo.com84 Comments

These products were gifted by VonShef It’s no secret that I love VonShef products and I already own some that makes my life a lot easier, save time for me and energy as well. This time, I’d like to introduce two of their new products that are both really handy. They make great Mother’s Day gifts – and they won’t …