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5 Reasons To Get Outside And Be More Active As A Family

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Sponsored post. As a family we often use our weekends to get out as much as possible since weekdays are hectic enough and after school – especially in autumn and winter – there’s not much daylight left. But the best part of the year and on the. weekends we make sure that we spend lots of time outside. This involves …

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Review and Giveaway: Nurturify Organic Cotton Reusable Cotton Pads Bundle

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Gifted items. As I wrote it last week in my blog post about the 5 Eco-friendly Ways to Wrap Your Christmas Presents to me, reusable make up remover pads were one of the easiest eco-swap (and one of the first ones) I made. I still use one of the first sets I’ve been sent, they are now around 1.5 year …

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How To Create A More Environmentally Conscious Home & Garden

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This is a collaborative post. If we want to ensure that our planet is still around for future generations, then we all need to take steps to do our part to protect the environment in which we live. It’s for this reason that more and more of us are starting to think about our own environmental impact and how we …

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Creating a Green Home With Practical Renovations

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This is a collaborative post. These days, the goal of achieving a green home is extremely common. Everyone wants to be more environmentally-friendly and more people are starting to pay attention to their carbon footprint. However, it’s not as easy as just asking a contractor to make your home green. You also can’t expect to just throw out some of …

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Review: Nordgreen Ethical Design Watches 35% Black Friday Discount

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Gifted item. *Use discount code BOBCAT35 to get 35% off (discount code is valid from 21.11.2020 – 01.12.2020)* When it comes to watches I prefer a minimalist yet unique design combined with quality – that is hard to find. I don’t really fall for trends, I tend to wear all my jewellery and watches until the moment they last, which …

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5 Eco-friendly Ways to Wrap Your Christmas Presents

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In the UK only, we discard 5 million tonnes of paper which end up in landfill every year. Christmas wrapping paper adds a huge chunk to this already staggering number. 227,000 miles of wrapping paper is thrown away every Christmas. Let me help you to imagine this enormous number: enough to wrap around the equator 9 times. The thing is, yes wrapping does …

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Real Christmas Tree And Salt Dough Ornaments: Eco-Friendly Christmas

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Gifted item. Real or artificial Christmas tree? Which one is more eco-friendly? If you were wondering the answer is that real trees are better. (Unless, you already have an artificial tree. In which case, the best thing is to keep that tree and use it, because otherwise it just goes to landfill. Or, donate it.) Real Christmas trees are more …

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5 Easy Reusable Swaps To Lower Waste

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This is an objective post, since these swaps were easy for me to make but that doesn’t mean, that they are easy for everyone we’re all different and we all have different struggles – so we are all on a different path and at stage towards a more sustainable life.  My advice would be: if a change seems uncomfortable to …

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Sustainable And Ethical Christmas Gifts For Grown Ups

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Gifted items This Christmas looks like no other Christmas before – what a year! 2020 will definitely be a year we never forget. With lots of shops that are selling non-essential goods only being closed, I tried to make sure I promote small and independent businesses and brands this Christmas more than ever. I’ve got fantastic items coming from indie …

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Sustainable and Ethical Christmas Stocking Fillers For Grown Ups

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This Christmas looks like no other Christmas before – what a year! 2020 will definitely be a year we never forget. With lots of shops that are selling non-essential goods only being closed, I tried to make sure I promote small and independent businesses and brands this Christmas more than ever. I’ve got fantastic items coming from indie brands and …