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My Ethical And Green Picks Of The Month: December 2020

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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 options, that are positive choices for people and planet. …

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Review: LEGO Build The Change Platform

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This is a sponsored post. Are you a LEGO fan too? Yes, same here! As a child I preferred LEGO over dolls. It’s still my favourite when I play with the children. I really enjoy building with them, it’s just the best fun.  LEGO has always been a pioneer not just in the creation of this wonderful toy, but before …

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Review: Boody Bamboo Active Wear

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Gifted items. Active wear that’s made with natural fibres is hard to find. You can get leggings and t-shirts but well-constructed, active and shape wear is hard to find. This is why I was so chuffed when Boody sent me a pair of their Boody Bamboo Active Wear leggings and sports bras. These are perfect for me for yoga, but …

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Review and Giveaway: Roze Mountain Anti-Pollution Skincare Gift Box

In Giveaways, Green & Ethical Living, Reviews by eva.katona@yahoo.com42 Comments

Gifted item. About Roze Mountain Roze Mountain is low consumption beauty company, with versatile, concentrated and super efficient products to make your life easier and rediscover new, quicker and better ways to take care of yourself. They started in. a kitchen in Brussels now producing artisan ethical beauty products in their laboratory – but still vegan, cruelty free, in small …

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Review and Giveaway: Nurturify Organic Cotton Reusable Cotton Pads Bundle

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Gifted items. As I wrote it last week in my blog post about the 5 Eco-friendly Ways to Wrap Your Christmas Presents to me, reusable make up remover pads were one of the easiest eco-swap (and one of the first ones) I made. I still use one of the first sets I’ve been sent, they are now around 1.5 year …

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Review And Giveaway: Ravetta Designs Jewellery

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Gifted item. I’m not a massive jewellery person in the sense of liking everything pretty and shiny. May it be the finest diamond studded golden piece. But if it hasn’t got an attached meaning (and is unethically produces) it holds no value or beauty in my eyes. This is why I often choose statement jewellery that is handmade. Plus I …

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Review: Nordgreen Ethical Design Watches 35% Black Friday Discount

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Gifted item. *Use discount code BOBCAT35 to get 35% off (discount code is valid from 21.11.2020 – 01.12.2020)* When it comes to watches I prefer a minimalist yet unique design combined with quality – that is hard to find. I don’t really fall for trends, I tend to wear all my jewellery and watches until the moment they last, which …

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Roasted Red Pepper and Cauliflower Soup (Vegan) – Judge Soup Maker Review

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Gifted item. I just love creamy soups in autumn and winter! And I also like playing around with the ingredients and trying to create something unusual but delicious. This is how this Roasted Red Pepper and Cauliflower Soup was created: I wanted something a bit different from what I normally make. On this occasion I used my new Judge Soup …

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Our Staycation In Broadstairs: Things To Do With Kids

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Back in August we have visited Broadstairs for the first time as we had to cancel our holiday in France. Never mind we thought, as we have planned more staycations in the future and clocking in less air miles (although, we meant to travel to France by train). So we booked a few days in a little boutique B&B close …

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Broadstairs House Boutique B&B Review

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Back in August, after yet another cancellation of our yearly French holiday (we did try different ways to travel to France this summer since things were booked back last year, but after the second set of Eurostar bookings were cancelled, we gave up) we were facing with 3 weeks of being stuck in the UK. The kids were really looking …