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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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Win A New Edition 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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Plastic Free July: Ecomersh 1 Year Anniversary Giveaway

In Giveaways, Green & Ethical Living by eva.katona@yahoo.com47 Comments

Written by Rob Laing, founder of Ecomersh  To celebrate Plastic Free July and 1 year of being live – Captain Bobcat Blog & ecomersh. are excited to share with the #plasticfreecommunity a One Year Anniversary Plastic Free July sustainable hamper giveaway! With more and more unique users buying from ecomersh. and supporting plastic free small businesses – the tide is …

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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.com21 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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Review and Giveaway: Eco-Flow Tap Adapter

In Giveaways, Green & Ethical Living, Home & Garden, Reviews by eva.katona@yahoo.com32 Comments

Gifted item. As a family of 4 we use lots of water but we try to reduce it as much as we can. We take conscious steps to save water that includes: taking showers instead of having a bath  short showers of 5-10 minutes kids luckily still can share the bath reusing pasta water for watering plants filling dishwasher and …

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Win a Plastic Free Gift Set From Refillogic

In Giveaways, Green & Ethical Living by eva.katona@yahoo.com57 Comments

So for those, who doesn’t know this yet: we teamed up with a mum from Bobcat’s class and we are opening a real, brick and mortar zero waste shop in Surbiton, South-West London, where we live. Not only that, our web shop now open at This has always been my – kind of – lifetime goal. Having to run …

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Giveaway: Win Jaques Classic Wooden Toys

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Gifted products. As I write this, thinking about Earth Day, which earlier this week and how we need to celebrate Mother Earth not just one day a year and maybe switching the lights off for an hour but every day by taking small steps that can change the future for the better.  We all know that plastic and our throwaway …

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Review and Giveaway: Green & Heath Sustainable Homewares

In Giveaways, Green & Ethical Living, Reviews by eva.katona@yahoo.com41 Comments

Gifted item. I’m always on the look out for homewares that are beautiful, useful, lasting and sustainably produced. It’s hard to find brands that meet with the criteria.  I recently came across Green & Heath and I was over the moon when they wanted to work with me. Green & Heath creates beautiful homewares and rest and relaxation products. You …

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Win A Family Pack Of Bamboo Toothbrushes From Panda Smile

In Giveaways, Green & Ethical Living, Reviews by eva.katona@yahoo.com29 Comments

Gifted products. Bamboo toothbrushes are one of the easiest and simplest eco swaps – they cut out lots of plastic that is almost single use (because we only use them for a few weeks before throwing them away. Plus they don’t get recycled either). In fact, one of the most often found plastic in the seas and beaches are toothbrushes. …

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Win A Wellbeing Bundle

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It’s hard to adjust and all of a sudden start living a “normal” life again – it’s just like going into lockdown: it’s a shock to the system and it requires a lot of flexibility from everyone no doubt. Preparing for this is essential – but not always possible, we have sort of learned to live with all the uncertain …