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Asparagus and Mushroom Pilaf (Vegan)

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I do love wholegrain rice and it makes a perfect base for a pilaf as it’s not as sticky as the white rice varieties. Wholegrain rice retains all of the grain’s natural nutrients and so very rich dietary fibre, unlike white rice, which loses out on the hulling process that makes it white. Wholegrain rice is rich in vitamin E, …

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How To Prepare Your Home for Spring

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This is a collaborative post. Spring is a time of reawakening. Leaves on trees grow back, flowers bloom, and the birds begin to chirp. The outdoors are once again warmer, brighter, and ready to explore. It’s also a time to revisit your indoor living spaces, which have served you so well over the colder winter months. With the new season’s …

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How to Choose Stucco, Stone, Roofing & Siding Contractors in Winnipeg

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This is a collaborative post. Maintaining a house to come home to every day can be tough. People often see small faults in their homes, like a leaking roof or wall paint chipping off. This can become a problem when one does not know how to fix the small errors in their homes. For this reason, the best way to …

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The Right Time: What to Include as Part of Your Night Routine

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This is a collaborative post. The night time is the right time to perfect your sleep. If you are someone who has had issues for many years, you may very well be neglecting an important part of your day. The right sleep routine as well as practice is in the run-up to bedtime can make all the difference. Let’s show …

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If Your Garden Lacks Colour, You Need To Read This

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Gardens are supposed to be beautiful places we go to experience a curated version of the great outdoors. They’re semi-artistic environments that bring together the best that nature has to offer and celebrate it.  Sometimes though, your garden can look more like a dreary car park than a wonderland. Everything looks so bland! If your garden lacks colour and you’d …

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Is Plant Based Diet The Future?

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So I’v been talking a lot about not eating animals from different angles regularly since I started my blog. I became a vegetarian over 10 years ago, influenced by the “do no harm” first yamad calle ahimsā of Hatha yoga I started to practice properly then. This means to do no harm, to be non-violent, to act with loving kindness. …

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My COVID-19 Lockdown Silver Linings

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We are into our fourth week of lockdown here in the UK. The children have been out of school for all that time. I was tagged by Carly from Mom Of Two Little Girls to share my COVID-19 Lockdown silver linings. What I’m not going to bore you in this post are the difficulties and the worries – we all have …

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Mindful Decluttering During COVID-19 Lockdown? Here’s How!

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This is a sponsored post. Since the lockdown has started about 3 weeks ago (although, we are a week extra in for having a very poorly little boy on week zero), we’ve been all stuck at our homes, most of us literally in 24/7. We are all probably adjusted to it as much as possible right now: it’s not easy …

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Eco-Friendly Memorial Options

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This is a sponsored post. For those who lived their life looking after the environment and close to nature, death might be also a natural thing: the part of the circle of life. We born, we live and we die. For them it might be also important that their death has as little impact on the planet as possible. But …

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5-Minute Vegan Nut-Free Pesto Recipe

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So, my daughter’s nursery told me one day, that we can’t bring lunch that contains nuts as there is now a little person in the nursery with nut allergy. Now, my daughter is VERY picky, I suspect, that she thinks, that she can get away with this, just like her brother. Her brother has ASD and with that, serious eating …