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Forever Summer with Daisy London Sustainable Jewellery

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Gifted items. In the past I wrote a few posts about why is it important to choose ethically made and sustainable jewellery. When it comes to precious metals and stones – our planet has a limited resource: what’s being mined right is probably the lasts of the resource. The supply is limited. The demand never. Mining precious stones and metals …

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Introducing the New WUKA Flex Period Pants – Fit All Sizes

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This is a sponsored post. I’ve been using a few different reusable products lately. My flow is changing as getting closer to peri menopausal days, or maybe already there, hard to know. I noticed the menstrual cup has not been too comfortable lately so I switched to reusable pads and pants.  I’ve tried a few different brands of period pants …

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Review: Solios Sustainable Solar-Powered Watches

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Gifted product. About Solios sustainable watches Solios was founded by university friends Samuel Leroux and Alexandre Desabrais in Montreal and since the beginning, Solios aims to prove that it is possible to reconcile design, elegance and sustainability. No compromise here: each one of Solios sustainable watches features carefully curated materials, ethical processes complemented by minimalist aesthetics. What makes Solios sustainable? …

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Veganuary Review: Vegums – Plastic Free and Vegan Vitamins

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Sponsored post. Vitamins are important, multivitamins can play an important role when nutritional requirements are not met through diet alone. There can be a number of reason for this both medically or in individual lifestyles – so in my view, they are necessary to fill the gaps: lack of decent food on a busy day, going through an illness or …

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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 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 …