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How to Make Sure Your Home is More Energy Efficient

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This is a collaborative post. Many homeowners will be looking to make sure that their home is as energy efficient right now in a time of skyrocketing energy bills. Additionally, making your home more energy efficient also helps you to reduce your environmental impact and could even add value to your home. So, what can you do to make sure …

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The Amazing Journey of a Fair Trade Coffee Bean

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This is a collaborative post. Since I live in England I’m convinced that the Brits are married to their cups of tea, but they have a secret love affair with coffee. Recent figures revealed by the British Coffee Association (BSA) paint Britain less as a nation of tea-drinkers and more as coffee connoisseurs. With the total coffee consumption increasing from …

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5 Resons to Participate in #SecondhandSeptember 2022

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It’s Secondhand September again in a few days so I’m having a little post about just how much better is to choose secondhand clothes whenever possible. (By which I mean the moaning “but I never find my size/style/what I want” is just an excuse.) I do buy certain things newly like underwear, but the rest I do try to look …

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Fantastic Autumn Getaway Locations in the UK

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This is a collaborative post. One of the many great things about holidaying in the UK is that there’s an enviable wealth of outdoor beauty, distributed fairly evenly across the famous Isles. What’s more, many of them are just as brilliant when you’re travelling late in summer, or even well into autumn. If you’re planning on a campervan adventure, then …

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The Advantages to Biking With Your Kids to School This Fall, 2022

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This is a collaborative post. Taking the whole family to school on bikes may sound like a big change, but this healthy choice is easier to accomplish than you might assume. It has wide-ranging benefits that are mental, physical and financial. Here are a few advantages to pulling the step through bike out of the garage instead of the car …

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5 Tips to Reduce Sweating Naturally

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This is sponsored post. Sweating is totally natural and important and there’s nothing wrong with it. Sweat is your body’s natural way to cool itself off and control body temperature. Besides these, there are many other factors that prompts our body to produce sweat: from genetics to stress this can mean anything and it’s very complex. Sweat is produced by …

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Win an Eco-conscious House of Margaux Kids’ Outfit!

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This fantastic giveaway is brought to you by House of Margaux. About House of Margaux As you know, I love introducing small eco businesses because I believe they are the future, the better future for all of us.  House of Margaux is a small independent baby and children’s fashion brand designed and ethically produced in the UK. Every item of …

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Review: Smart Vegan School Shoes from Start-Rite

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Gifted items. As you might know I am *mostly* vegan and been vegetarian for over a decade. When it comes to buying non-food items it’s ALWAYS vegan if it’s a new item. If I have to buy something newly, I do make sure that it’s vegan, cruelty free and not tested on animals. So in case of shoes for example …

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Review: JANOLIVE Organic Cotton T-shirts

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Gifted item. T-shirts are my absolute favourite basics. I wear them with plain or even going out skirts, trousers, and jeans. They can be dressed up or down and a good design will always look cool; especially if the quality of the material lasts. And for this reason I like organic cotton the most.  Why organic cotton? Organic cotton is …

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Sustainable Gifting 101 for Family Members: Presents For Kids

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Sponsored post. If you are a parent, chances are you have already received a number of unwanted gifts for your children. Like with any gifts, this happens all the time but totally avoidable. It takes a little effort to find out what the children really want and the parents agree with. Clearly, most kids want toys and fun. Usually parents’ …