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Review and Giveaway: Phox – The World’s Most Eco-Friendly Water Filter

In Design, Giveaways, Green & Ethical Living by eva.katona@yahoo.com40 Comments

Gifted item You probably already know that plastic bottled water is an all round waste: companies that make bottled water only sell you plastic: access to water is an universal right (it should be, at least) and all they do is put water that runs in your tap anyway into plastic bottles and sell it. The majority of these bottles …

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5 Excellent Electric Vehicles to Consider

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This is a collaborative post There could be several reasons you’re reluctant to switch your standard combustion engine car to an electric vehicle (EV). Perhaps you like it’s dimensions and colour, or perhaps it’s simply not paid off yet.  You might have seriously considered an electric vehicle but still aren’t sure about the battery life, the range, or the availability …

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Why Give Secondhand September A Go?

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I’m participating Secondhand September this year again – and raise awareness of buying second had items as a first choice. We have already, on this planet, created as much stuff that it could serve generations to come. Especially clothing items. Not long ago the trend used to change in every four years  or less, now all the fast fashion brands …

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Review: The All Electric Seat Mii Car

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Collaborative post Back in August, Seat UK kindly sent me their all electric Mii model to test out. I was lucky enough to drive around this great little car for a week. First things first: I’m not a confident driver. The smaller the car, the better. I’m from mainland Europe and I find the London parking system a bit too …

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25 Smart Tips How To Reduce Food Waste At Home

In Foodie Me, Green & Ethical Living by eva.katona@yahoo.com10 Comments

Food waste – as we have probably all heard it lately on the news is a major contributor to climate change. Between 33-50% of all food produced globally is never eaten and that is a staggering figure. Which means that we waste lots of energy, resources and of course  it’s also a moral problem. It’s not just about starving people somewhere …

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Giveaway: Cheeky Wipes Reusables Bundle

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Gifted products Period products, single use make up pads and wet wipes – 3 of the most often used and immediately thrown away after use products. Before and during the lockdown we have seen a fantastic shift people wanting and willing to make small swaps in their every day life to be kinder to the planet. It’s great to see …

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Charity of the Month: Noah’s Ark Foundation, Ecological And Conservation Park

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This post has no religious content Sponsored post As you know, every now and then I introduce a charity organisation on my blog in order to raise awareness for them. Since I have this fantastic platform, my blog, I try to use it to support good causes too. This month I’d like to introduce Noah’s Ark Ecological And Conservation Park. …

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Daily Note: Earth Overshoot Day

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Wanted to write a note marking Earth Overshoot Day. This year, it was the 22nd of August. What is Earth Overshoot Day Earth Overshoot Day is the point where scientists say we’ve used all the ecological resources the planet can produce in 12 months. But of course we can’t really say that humanity collectively achieved this, because Earth Overshoot Day …

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Give Your Home A Sustainability Makeover

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This is collaborative post Are you thinking about making some changes to your home this year? If so, then you might want to think about options that ensure that your home is sustainable. A sustainable home is certainly the way of the future. It will guarantee that you are living in a way that is cost-effective while also preparing for …

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How To Create A Healthier Home Environment

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This is a collaborative post Homelife – it’s the one place in the world that hosts everything you need in one space, from healthy food on tap, bouncy beds, and a plethora of entertainment. It’s the ultimate place to relax, recharge and spend time with loved ones. With that, it’s essential to keep a clean and tidy, healthy space for …