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10 Fun Places To Visit In Cheshire With Your Family

In Travel by eva.katona@yahoo.com9 Comments

This is a collaborative post. Cheshire is a lovely place to visit in the United Kingdom. It has a wonderful landscape: palatine and maritime, flanked by the Pennine uplands, partly within the Peak District National Park, to the east, it’s probably one of the most underrated beauty of the country. It is mostly rural, with a number of small industrial …

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How To Brighten Up Your Garden On A Budget

In Home & Garden by eva.katona@yahoo.comLeave a Comment

Whether you have a big garden or small one, or whether you live in a place with glorious year-round sunshine or are unlucky enough to live somewhere with a cold and icy climate that doesn’t really make having a garden seem like the best idea, the fact is that having a garden still can and should be something you’re able …

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5 Frugal Way to Save Money and Be Eco-Friendly at The Same Time

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

If we think about it, really, it’s a no brainer. Almost everything which is greener and eco-friendlier ultimately saves you money on the long term. However, we also know that some of the environmentally friendly swaps are not cheap and sometimes more expensive than the other options. Therefore I thought I’d collect a few ideas how to save money and …

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My Ethical And Green Picks Of The Month: February

In Green & Ethical Living, Reviews by eva.katona@yahoo.com4 Comments

I received and tested these products in exchange for my honest review. 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 green and ethical issues. I find, that the best way is to do this by introducing …

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The Environmental Impact of Plastic Bottles and Bottled Water

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

This is a collaborative post. You are advised to take at least eight glasses of water a day. But, how reasonable is that? Well, it is achievable mostly if you have access to clean drinking water: which will mostly happen if you are at home and when you can access the dispenser at your workplace. For folks who cycle for the …

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The Good Cause Of The Month: Room To Reward

In Life, Uncategorized by eva.katona@yahoo.com9 Comments

As you know, every month I introduce a charity organisation on my blog in order to raise awareness for them. Since I have this fantastic platform, my blog, I try to use it to support good causes too. This month, I’d like to introduce: Room to Reward. I have chosen Room to Reward this month, because I worked 15 years …

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An Affordable Holiday With The Kids? That’s Child’s Play!

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Every family wants the same thing: an incredible holiday together. And, while you can pick out the destination and plan the small details, there’s still a hitch. Nine times out of ten, it’s the cost because there are four or five people to pay for at a couple of hundred pounds each. Wow, that’s a lot of cash to splash …

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Spicy Thai Butternut Squash Soup (Vegan Recipe)

In Foodie Me by eva.katona@yahoo.com10 Comments

I often have veggies hanging around in my kitchen waiting to be used up before going off. Yesterday, I had a a small butternut squash looking lonely and sad on my kitchen top, whispering: I’m going off soooooooon…. so I had to do something about it because I hate wasting food and I pledged not to create any food waste. …

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5 Reasons Why To Build A Garden Room

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This is a collaborative post. As long as you have some free space in the garden – and the small garden rooms really are not taking up so much space – you should build one. In fact, they provide you with a very useful and structured indoor space on your property but still separated form the living space of the …

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ikiki Vegan Children’s Shoes – Review and Giveaway

In Giveaways, Reviews, Style by eva.katona@yahoo.com43 Comments

We have received the shoes in exchange for our honest review. Buying comfy, protecting and good quality children’s shoes, especially in smaller sizes is always a challenge, because the good ones are too expensive for what they are (they only last for a couple of month!) and made from leather. This latter quality is important for me as I don’t …