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Introducing Yoppie: The Eco-Friendly Menstrual Care Solution (Review)

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Advertorial post USE BOBCAT at checkout for 30% off your order Over the past 2 years I have tried some new and eco-friendly menstrual care products. One thing I quickly learned on this journey: one size doesn’t fit all. We are all different and so when it comes to period products this applies all the same. This is (too) everyone’s …

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My Ethical And Green Picks Of The Month: May 2020

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Gifted items One of my favourite thing about my blog is that I have this massive opportunity to make a difference. I use my blog to spread the word and make people aware of ethical and green issues. I find that the best way is to do this by introducing other options, that are positive choices for people and planet. …

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Best Clean Beauty Sunscreens Available In The UK

In Green & Ethical Living, Reviewsby eva.katona@yahoo.com2 Comments

Some of these products were gifted When it comes to sun protection products, they are non negotiable for me. Sun damage can be serious, can cause various problems and serious illnesses including skin cancer. For someone who spent decades of her life not protecting her skin against the damage too much sun can cause, this is a little late but …

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How to Avoid Using Single Use Coffee Cups 

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This is a collaborative post It doesn’t matter if you work in an office, a hospital, you’re a student or anything in-between – getting a takeaway coffee is a daily treat for most of us. The problem is, the paper cups we get from these places are extremely hard to recycle. Which means around 2.5 billion paper cups end up in …

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10 Vegetable Scraps That Will Regrow

In Green & Ethical Living, Home & Gardenby eva.katona@yahoo.com11 Comments

What can one do with organic, uncooked food scrap that would just go into the compost – if you have one? You can make veggie broth with them, or donate it to community gardens if you don’t have a compost, but besides of that, there’s just composting. But you can save some of the vegetable and fruit scraps going into to …

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Plastic Free Birthday Gifts: Orchard Toys Review And Giveaway

In Giveaways, Green & Ethical Living, Reviewsby eva.katona@yahoo.com46 Comments

Gifted items We’ve loved Orchard Toys for a while. There’s plenty of reasons to love them. They are good fun, clever and educational, practically plastic-free and they don’t cost the Earth! They make a fantastic birthday gift too, I bought them on so many occasions for my children’s classmates and friends to gift them on birthdays. A new service is …

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Win Lamazuna Zero Waste Cosmetics!

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If you haven’t heard about Lamazuna, they are a French cosmetics brand and they make lots of great zero waste cosmetic products like solid shampoos and deodorants.  Lamazuna After launching their very first product – the cleansing wipes – two more innovative, eco-friendly products came along: the Lamazuna menstrual cup, which I called the “Cup Féminine”, and the Oriculi – …

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Going Green With Kids: Families Trying To Live More Environmentally Friendly (Interview With Sarah Stockley)

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I’ve come up with the idea of this interview series because I realised how people feel so overwhelmed about all the bad news we are flooded with by media outlets. On one hand, the truth is, if we carry on like this, the future will be grim. On the other hand, we also need to read positive and uplifting stories, like …

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Environmentally Friendly Interior Design: Reclaimed Wooden Tables

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This is an advertorial post Being eco-friendly and interior design can mix A fantastic way to help preserve the environment, and feel great about doing so is owning reclaimed wooden tables. Their benefits are one to seriously consider. You help limit deforestation by using reclaimed wood as your dining table. They’re made of a harder wood as their wood tends …

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In The Future, There’s No Such A Thing As Waste – What Is Circular Economy?

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I thought with this post, I provide a little explanation to one my favourite topics, because I mentioned it quite a few times I’m my posts. I’m an economist – well, I have a Master Degree in international economics which was expensive and never really landed me in a job – and I find it it very fascinating but also …