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Wholewheat Couscous With Roasted Butternut Squash And Kale Salad (Vegan)

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I’ve been looking into autumnal, seasonal and warming food to eat and pack for lunch when working in my zero waste shop. I also had some leafy veg I needed to use: beautiful, dark green kale that I received last Friday with my Riverford box. Packed lunches are not only much better for you to eat, because you know what …

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How to Make Your Yacht Holiday Eco-Friendly

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This is a collaborative post. Travelling can make a pretty big environmental impact. However, if you are embarking on a bareboat yacht charter holiday there are plenty of ways that you can reduce your environmental footprint. Eco-friendly travel is really important these days – especially when you consider the high emissions of flying. But sailing around on a yacht can …

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Win a Gorgeous Copper Water Bottle From GlobalWakecup

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Since it’s Sustainable September and also Zero Waste Week in the UK (there’s plenty eco events going on in September!) I have teamed up with GlobalWakecup to raise awareness of the importance of plastic free reusables. As you know plastic water bottles are one of the most common single used plastics. They add a big chunk to the unnecessary plastic …

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How Green Is Your T-shirt?

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When Joanna from Fairtrade Yorkshire asked me to participate in this campaign it was easy to say yes. This campaign is part  of the Great Big Green Week 18-26 September 2021. (The Great Big Green Week is an initiative from the Climate Coalition – an umbrella group of organisations which campaign on climate, the environment and human rights.) It’s aim …

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Review: The Ultimate Eco-Friendly Massage Mat: Pranamat Eco

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This is a collaborative post. Panamat eco discount code for readers: click through this link to get 20% off everything in the web shop! So you might know I do love yoga, I practise it not only for the exercise though but for hatha yoga’s holistic approach to yoga and life. Yoga has been a steady pillar in my life …

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5 Ways To Increase Your Home’s Value

In Home & Garden, Life by eva.katona@yahoo.com9 Comments

This is a collaborative post. Since probably a 15 years ago when property prices really started to rise. And in the last few years,  especially around and in London prices went crazy. Especially, in the London travel zones where people live and then commute to London, in “suburbia” and of course slightly outside of London too (say about an hour …

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Why You Hear Concerns About SLS – And How To Avoid It

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Do you know what makes regular toothpastes foamy? Let’s learn about: Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS) SLS is an inexpensive detergent and foaming agent that is added to pretty much every conventional soap, shampoo and toothpaste. It can irate skin and eyes, otherwise a widely used, safe agent. The foaming caused by SLS in toothpaste gives you the ILLUSION that the …

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How Our Conscious Purchases Can Help Build a Circular Economy

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This is a collaborative post. During the 20th century, Western civilization started to develop a thirst for consumption, which was exemplified by the excesses of the 1980s. Even now, while it may seem that we have worked past that frenzy, that couldn’t be further from the truth. Instead, we have quietly internalized that way of thinking, making it that much …

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Healthy Gut, Healthy Me – With a Little Help From BC30 Cultures

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This is a sponsored post for BC30™ through Kitchen PLAY. What’s your favourite nutritious breakfast? Porridge is one of my favourite go to breakfasts, and luckily the children love it too. Takes only a few minutes to prepare it, and I use oat milk to make it as dairy milk is not a thing in our house partially for allergies …

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Reducing The Boundary Between Home & Garden

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This is a collaborative post. It’s pretty clear that the ‘home boundaries’ we set up are there for a reason. But it can be nice, particularly if you have a large garden, to reduce the boundary where necessary so that you can increase the space you may be able to enjoy, entertain more readily, and help you home look more …