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Guest Post: 7 Ways To Teach Kids About Ethical Living

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

Life in Harmony Children aren’t born with sterling characters. They need to be taught to consider the needs of others while learning how to take care of themselves. In a perfect world, we’d all work together in harmony, but we all need a little help before we can embrace a harmonious, ethical lifestyle. What is Ethical Living? When we talk …

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Why Use More Eco Friendly Products When You Have Kids

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

As life becomes more stressful, more hectic and more dynamic, it is very tempting to go for ultramodern cleaning products that promise to make even the most burdensome tasks a lot easier. Are you in need of an over degreaser? Next time when you are out there on a hunt for it, you grab the one which says: “A hundred …

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The Big Ecofriendly And Ethical Christmas Giveaway – Bundle Number 5.

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

This year, I decided not to make a gift guide for Christmas. Instead, I had a different idea. Something, which would be true to one of the main purposes of my blog and promote a greener and more ethical lifestyle and at the same time, also gives something back to my readers. Something closely related to my true passion. So, …

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The Big Ecofriendly And Ethical Christmas Giveaway – Bundle Number 4.

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

This year, I decided not to make a gift guide for Christmas. Instead, I had a different idea. Something, which would be true to one of the main purposes of my blog and promote a greener and more ethical lifestyle and at the same time, also gives something back to my readers. Something closely related to my true passion. So, …

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The Big Ecofriendly And Ethical Christmas Giveaway – Bundle Number 3.

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

This year, I decided not to make a gift guide for Christmas. Instead, I had a different idea. Something, which would be true to one of the main purposes of my blog and promote a greener and more ethical lifestyle and at the same time, also gives something back to my readers. Something closely related to my true passion. So, …

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The Big Ecofriendly And Ethical Christmas Giveaway – Bundle Number 2.

In Green & Ethical Living, Life by eva.katona@yahoo.com1 Comment

This year, I decided not to make a gift guide for Christmas. Instead, I had a different idea. Something, which would be true to one of the main purposes of my blog and promote a greener and more ethical lifestyle and at the same time, also gives something back to my readers. Something closely related to my true passion. So, …

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The Big Ecofriendly And Ethical Christmas Giveaway – Bundle Number 1.

In Green & Ethical Living, Life by eva.katona@yahoo.com1 Comment

This year, I decided not to make a gift guide for Christmas. Instead, I had a different idea. Something, which would be true to one of the main purposes of my blog and promote a greener and more ethical lifestyle and at the same time, also gives something back to my readers. Something closely related to my true passion. So, …

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5 Ways To Bring Nature Closer If You Live In A City

In Green & Ethical Living by eva.katona@yahoo.com9 Comments

We’re lucky, because we live in a suburban area now, surrounded by parks, the river and the beautiful Surrey hills within just a few miles drive. But I used to live in cities when I was younger and had no family. As much as I loved the convenience of living in a big city with the career  I wanted, going …

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5 Benefits Of Introducing Your Children To Gardening

In Green & Ethical Living, Home & Garden by eva.katona@yahoo.com26 Comments

5 Benefits Of Introducing Your Children To Gardening I’m thinking about getting a little allotment for us. I thought, a year rental for my husband as a Christmas present may be a good idea, as he absolutely loves gardening. We live in a flat by the river with fantastic views to Hampton Court Palace and the park and we love …

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Save Money And The Environment With Used Kitchen Exchange

In Green & Ethical Living by eva.katona@yahoo.com11 Comments

As you know I’m a big fan of upcycled and regenerated products. I hate wasting nice things – just because I can’t make a use of them anymore, they shouldn’t be just thrown away. From clothes to furniture, so many of our unwanted items can be repurposed or upcycled, which would otherwise end up in landfill. As an ethical buyer, …