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Why Are We Taking On The 1000 Hours Outside Challenge

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As you know we are quite outdoorsy as a family. There are plenty of reasons why we do this: to connect with nature, to get some exercise, get fresh air and educate the children too. All of them are very important. To connect with nature is the easiest way to reduce stress and anxiety, being outside helps us to feel …

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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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Giveaway: Win a Bottle of Speciality Gin from The Bottle Club

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Gifted products. To wish Happy New Year to all my readers, I wanted to bring a giveaway to kick the celebrations off. You can win a bottle of speciality gin from The Bottle Club. About The Bottle Club Made up of a team of industry experts and curious drinkers, The Bottle Club is on a mission to revive the classics, …

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These Are the Benefits of Solar Panels for Houses

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This is a collaborative post. A recent study found there are nearly two million solar panel installations in the US. You may know someone that has installed solar panels, but you might not be sure if solar panels are a good option for your home. Thus, you might want to learn more about the benefits of solar panels so you …

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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 leggings and sports bras. These are perfect for me for yoga, but also great for …

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How Many Christmas Presents Are Too Many?

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I wrote a post a few years ago about this rule of buying 4 Christmas presents for your child: something they want, something they need, something to wear, something to read. Well, guess what, I still disagree with this. And as a direct consequence of this: how many presents do they end up each? 3 or more? 5 or more? …

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Giveaway: Eco-Friendly Pet Products From Podium Pets

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If we treat our pets as part of the family, we also should look after them just that way. With this fabulous giveaway you can win a bundle of natural and eco-friendly pet products. From clean coats to protected paws and noses, the Be:Loved collection is perfect for pet owners who want to pamper their pets without compromising on results. Handmade with …

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Simple Minestrone Soup

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One of my favourite soups – and I loooveee all the soups! Especially in winter, but even in summer nothing beats a chilled gazpacho in my view.  Minestrone is fairly simple, there are loads of ways to prepare it, some add bacon (I obviously don’t), some like it with pasta, some prefer it without, the vegetables can vary too: courgette, …

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Our First Visit To KidZania London

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Press trip. Back in October half-term, just before the second nation-wide lockdown we were lucky enough to visit KidZania London. We were invited to explore the place for the first time as we have never been before. I would say the children would have been a too little before, but now they are at the right age. I’d say it’s …