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Bringing the Outside Indoors

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This is a collaborative post. If you are the kind of person who loves to spend as much time as possible outdoors in the garden, but if you are unable to always do that for practical reasons because of the weather or the comfort of your space then, you need to think of better ways of bringing the outside indoors …

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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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Simple Vegan Roasted Aubergine and Romano Pepper Spaghetti

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Aubergine and peppers are all in season right now (it’s July when I’m writing this) and since we sell fresh produce in Refillogic I always buy my own veg too. It’s the best organic produce from the Isle of Wight, so it would be rude not to, plus when we can’t sell them all before the next delivery, me and …

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Win a Recycled Wine Glass Candle Plus a Refill Kit With Wax/Wine

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This fantastic giveaway is brought to you by Wax/Wine. About Wax/Wine Wax/Wine is a small business, upcycling wine glasses into candles, candlesticks, storage jars, lamps and sets of drinking glasses. The end products are high quality, sustainable and beautiful products out of excess materials. Magali Belleggio, the owner of Wax/Wine repurposes wine bottles from bars and restaurants in east London, …

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9 Fashion Items That Never Go Out of Style – So They Are Sustainable

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Ever-changing Fashion vs Sustainable Fashion Fashion is a tricky place to be, as it’s a world that is ever-changing. It can go from cool and trendy one year to so 2000 and out-of-date the next! (For example, fedoras.) And yet, with the fluctuating nature of the fashion industry, there are some styles that seem to catch on and stick around …

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Win a Billy Gifts Notebook of Your Choice!

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This fantastic giveaway is brought to you by Billy Books Notebooks. Billy Gifts was launched Billy in 2022 and it is a home to many many gorgeous, unique, customisable notebooks. They are perfect as a gift to someone you love or as a treat to yourself. Billy’s aim is to give you complete creative freedom to make your perfect personalised …

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Why Engineered Wood Flooring Is a Sustainable Choice

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This is a sponsored post. Many people try to live more sustainably these days, it has become clear for most of us, that we need to change a lot of things around us, what we buy, things we use, the way we live – to ensure the planet will sustain the generations coming after us. Because people are more aware …

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5 Space Maximising Storage Solution Ideas for Bedrooms

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This is a sponsored post. Functionality and beauty can go hand in hand very well when it comes to storage solution ideas in your bedroom. Sure enough, this is a space in your home where you retire to relax, sleep and recharge so it has to be clutter free. Most people find that seeing clutter is really holding them back …

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Coconutty Summer Greens – Vegan Recipe

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I often just don’t know what to do with summer greens as they are generally great pairing meat based or meat free roast type of dishes but in summer I don’t want to eat that. I summer I like light and easy to prepare dishes, that are enjoyable just by themselves and certainly don’t want to spend hours in the …

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12 Hours in Bath (Somerset) With the Kids

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Back during the May half term we booked the long weekend away in Cornwall in our favourite China Fleet Hotel and we decided to have stop for a night in Bath as I never been and always wanted to go. The main purpose of the stop over was to go and see the Roman Baths, but we managed to squeeze …