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The Only Way Forward: Reusable Shopping Bags

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Deadly plastic bags I’m sure you have seen at least one of the recent photos and videos circulating on the internet: a tortoise tangled in plastic bag. Or a diver filming himself in swimming the plastic polluted sea. These images are popping up more and more frequently on social media feeds. Unfortunately they are coming from every corner of the …

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Captain Bobcat’s Mother’s Day Giveaway

In Giveaways, Green & Ethical Living by eva.katona@yahoo.com139 Comments

About this Mother’s Day giveaway So….. since my Christmas giveaway series were so successful, I decided to do the same thing for this occasion. This might be my signature as a green and ethical lifestyle blogger in the future. Instead of gift guides, I prefer to run a giveaway, so people can meet with these indy brands I like. I …

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Good Cause Of The Month: The Secret Pillow Project

In Green & Ethical Living, Life, Style by eva.katona@yahoo.com6 Comments

What is The Secret Pillow Project is about? The Secret Pillow is a cushion that unfolds into a blanket. It is a handmade and unique craft item and made by women in India. In addition, these women face serious social and economic challenges. They receive training, support, and materials to produce Secret Pillows, therefore from crafting and selling the pillows they earn …

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GreenBook – Erasable Notebook Review

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GreenBook – Erasable Notebook Review I was just looking for a new notebook or weekly planner for myself as I realised that I have to keep lists to get everything done I wanted. I don’t really need a diary because things often get delayed or postponed around here… I never been a person who kept to-do lists, I remembered for …

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Learn More About Marine Life – Try Scuba Diving

In Green & Ethical Living, Travel by eva.katona@yahoo.com4 Comments

Why learn scuba diving? Learning more about marine life is not only fascinating for both grown ups and kids, but also very important. Most life forms evolved initially in marine habitats and marine organisms produce a big part of our planet’s oxygen. Whilst the oceans provide living space to most of the species on our planet, we still have millions …

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9 Must-Visit Vegan Festivals In The UK For Spring 2018

In Foodie Me, Green & Ethical Living by eva.katona@yahoo.com3 Comments

What are vegan festivals about? Are you thinking to switch to a diet with less meat and dairy? Perhaps you even participated in Veganuary and thinking to keep up eating less meat or none at all? If you don’t know where to start or you just want to meet with some local vegan peeps and small businesses, vegan festivals are …

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10 Ways To Be Environmentally Friendly And Save On Heating Too

In Green & Ethical Living, Home & Garden by eva.katona@yahoo.com5 Comments

10 Ways To Be Environmentally Friendly And Save On Heating Too Gas and electricity bills can be a real shock in January: the first month of the year not only can be the coldest, but the most expensive too (especially after all the money we spent during Christmas!). Turning the heating up because of the winter blues is something we …

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Going Green With Your Kids: Teaching Them To Be Eco-Friendly

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As a parent, it is important to instil positive values in our children. After all, they are the future, and they will be the next generation of parents steering their families into the right direction. In this article, we will focus on teaching children to be eco-friendly. While there are huge steps towards a greener future being made across the world, …

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17 Ideas How To Recycle Christmas Packaging

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For a few years now I stopped using regular wrapping paper for Christmas presents. I use recycled brown paper and decorate it with Christmassy stamps (Bobcat likes to help with this), jute string and whatever I find around the house: a candy cane, a little bit of evergreens, used ribbons or wooden Christmas tree ornaments. But it’s still paper and …

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Low Tox Box – Unboxing and Review

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I do like the idea of subscription boxes. It’s a good way to discover new things or get your regular items delivered to you without even moving one finger. Just subscribe and receive your goodies. Most of them are based on a yearly scheme and you get a box delivered to your door every months. When I came across Low …