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Introducing the World’s First Marketplace for Eco Solutions: greenmarket.eco

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This is a sponsored post. Have you ever wondered what else can you do to live a little more sustainably? Whilst it’s a THE buzzword these days, it’s important to know, that not everything is sustainable, eco or green as they appear to be or the advertisers telling us. Many big brands use them to keep customers or even to …

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Simple Vegan Jerk Tofu and Vegetables With Rice Recipe

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Sponsored post. Do you like jerk? I love really spicy food! Jerk is a style of cooking native to Jamaica and the Caribbean, in which meat is dry-rubbed or wet marinated with a hot spice mixture called Jamaican jerk spice. The key flavours are scotch bonnet peppers, allspice, and thyme. So it’s quite spicy. Whilst it’s originally used for meat, there are a lot of options to make …

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Win a Christmas Gift Set From GAIA Skincare!

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I’ve teamed up with GAIA Skincare for this great giveaway where you have the chance to win a Christmas gift set from GAIA skincare. About GAIA: GAIA’s skincare range is made from natural ingredients, with certified organic plant extracts. Many of which are fair trade and sourced from small farms and producers. Their formulations have been created using traditional artisan …

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Help Your Kids Burn off Energy and Stay Physically Active

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This is a collaborative post. Kids have so much energy and endurance that they can make any professional athlete jealous. In fact, scientific research has proven that healthy children have higher energy levels than trained endurance athletes. But as a parent, that doesn’t really come as a surprise. You don’t need to know the science or the stats to figure …

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Win 2 Months Worth of Bamboo Toilet Paper from Bamboo Bobbi

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I’ve teamed up with Bamboo Bobbi for this great giveaway. I’ve wrote about earlier why bamboo is one of the most sustainable materials on Earth.  7 reasons why bamboo is one of the most sustainable material on Earth: It grows rapidly and cheaply, for a bamboo plant to reach harvesting age takes only 3-5 years It very resilient, it can grow …

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Things to Do in Guilford with Kids on a Weekend Afternoon

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We have been to Guilford many times. I don’t really know why I haven’t wrote up a little blog about it so far. It’s a lovely town in beautiful Surrey. We often visit the Guilford Lido in summer and it’s never too busy because they only sell as many tickets as many people can safely enjoy the slides and pools …

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Butternut Squash, Tenderstem Broccoli and Pearl Barley Salad Recipe (Vegan)

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Gifted items. Autumn Salads! Ahh my favourites. Technically, they are not exactly salads in my view because when it’s practically a cooked dish and or smothered in mayo-like sauces, it isn’t a real salad for me. Nevertheless, let’s call it a salad! This Butternut Squash, Tenderstem Broccoli and Pearl Barley Salad can be a main dish, a side dish and …

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Maximising Space In Your Small Garden: What You Need To Know

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This is a collaborative post. Gardens are great for anyone who loves spending time outdoors and crafting a beautiful outdoor landscape. Many homes have gardens, some larger than others. A smaller garden might be harder to design to meet your needs, but it is possible. While many homeowners might welcome having a smaller garden, as it means less work, less …

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Top 5 World Heritage Sites to Visit

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This is a collaborative post. Choosing which of the 1,154 UNESCO World Heritage Sites are worth visiting can be tough, especially since they’re spread far and wide across the globe. While each site has been recognised as being internationally important (and worthy of special protection) in its own right, there are a few of these sites that easily make their …

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Hearty Vegan Lentil Stew Recipe

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I love lentils and Puy lentils are my favourites. Especially, if I can cook them quickly without a slow cooker. This vegan lentil stew recipe reminds my of one of my favourite childhood dishes my mum used to cook, it’s a very popular and cheap Hungarian dish type – often overcooked and too mushy with some veggies though, but not …