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Sustainable and 100% Waterproof Shoes: Introducing Loom

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Sponsored post. When it comes to footwear, people tend to think as long as it’s vegan (so it’s not made of leather), it’s as sustainable as it gets. But the truth is far from this. Shoes that are branded vegan are often just use cheap plastic (virgin plastic on the top of it, not even recycled plastic) and they fall …

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Review and Giveaway: Dolma Vegan Perfumes

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Gifted item. There used to be times when I was really hooked on one of the most famous French designers certain scent. I wore it for years. But as I learned my way through all about ethical issues related not just the fashion but the cosmetics industry as well, I dropped this perfume and ever since I always struggled to …

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5 Ways to Accessorise Sustainably

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Sponsored post. We all know fashion is a temporary thing, whilst style is forever. I do encourage people to play around different kind of things they like in order to find their own style – whatever represents their very own taste and personality. Because I think these two are in the core of what we call a style. Some people …

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5 Ways That You Can Protect Green Space Around Your Local Area

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This is a collaborative post. There are many benefits that our green spaces offer us. Not only can they help boost our mental and physical health, but they also provide incredible importance to our everyday lives. Although your local government are committed to protecting these spaces, there is also a lot that we can do as individuals – to help. …

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Santa Loves STEM – Christmas Fun and Marshmallow Igloo Making

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Sponsored post. Wet and cold winter weekends are for crafting and baking at home. My girl absolutely loves all crafts, baking and any activities where she can create something new. She’s 5 and we try to encourage everything she likes but actively trying to add STEM activities too. On these occasions we normally hit a double bingo as Bobcat who’s …

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Sustainable Advantages of Window Shutters

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This is a sponsored post. No wonder shutters were invented hundreds of years ago: they were the most efficient way to insulate buildings. A lot of heat enters and leaves the house through its windows – so when the builders of the era realised this, they came up with the obvious solution: using shutters as extra layer of insulation that …

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5 Ways To Make Your Christmas Outfit Sustainable

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Christmas is around the corner and so are festive entertainment and parties! Whether you are going out, attending a family gathering or hosting Christmas dinner or a Christmas party; you would definitely want to dress for the occasion. Bring on elegant dresses, party wear or Christmas jumper – the choice is yours! Whatever is it, with a little effort and …

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Sustainable Christmas Trees With Tree Removal and Recycling Service from Pines & Needles

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Gifted item. I wrote a few blog posts over the last few years about how to make Christmas more sustainable. They are all about not going over the top with anything, buy less and buy better, normalising second hand gifts when you can and about reusing. So the real pillars of a more sustainable Christmas. The Christmas tree is also …

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Giveaway – The Twelve Swaps of Christmas – Sharing The Message of Sustainability Over The Holidays

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Written by Robbie Laing of ecomersh. 12 days of Christmas – 12 swaps – 12 prizes – 12 winners! This year has seen more eyes on sustainability than ever before – COP26 is the culmination of a general consensus that has been brewing for years now. We must act now, but how? More than ever, you will find that friend …

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My Ethical And Green Picks Of The Month: November 2021

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Some 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 eco-friendly options, that are positive choices for people …