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How to Look After Your Teeth: An Eco-Friendly Guide

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This is a collaborative post. Maintaining good dental hygiene is essential for a healthy smile, but it’s not always easy to practise good dental care in a sustainable and eco-friendly way. If you want to keep your teeth looking their best without negatively impacting the environment, here are a few swaps, trade-ups, and tips to help you look after your …

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Simple Strategies For A Plastic Free Garden

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This is a collaborative post. Plastic is probably not the first word that comes to mind when you think of your garden. However, the truth of the matter is that many of us use quite a bit of plastic when tending our outside space. Of course, as we know that plastic is bad for the environment at large, as well …

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Is It Possible to Increase the Growth Speed of a Tree?

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There are around 60,000 species of trees in the world. Each of them has different characteristics, including growth rates. Some grow fast, while others only add an extra few inches every year, and genetics account for most of the differences. There’s still some good news for property owners who want to increase tree growth speed. While genetics play the largest …

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Pollution and Allergy: Check with Klarify Test at Home

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This is a sponsored post. Allergy and hayfever is on the rise year by year. We don’t really know why someone develops allergy, family history can play part and other conditions that are related like eczema. It can occur when the body’s immune system reacts to a particular substance as though it’s harmful. Those living with a form of allergy …

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Inspire Your Kids to Learn the World!

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This is a guest post by Michelle Parkes When I was at school, we touched a little on climate change, but it was a ‘way in the future issue’. Something we could put off; there’d be a solution eventually, surely? It’s taken incredible people like Greta Thunberg and Sir David to really raise awareness of the monumental environmental issues we …

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Vegan Thai Sweet Potato, Cauliflower and Wild Garlic Curry Recipe

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So I swapped from Oddbox to Riverford over the last month. Whilst I did like idea of rescuing surplus and wonky veg – most of the time I found it hard to make up dishes that at least the other adult in our family would eat. But more often than not, a chunk of the box’s contents had to go …

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Review and Giveaway: Green & Heath Sustainable Homewares

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Gifted item. I’m always on the look out for homewares that are beautiful, useful, lasting and sustainably produced. It’s hard to find brands that meet with the criteria.  I recently came across Green & Heath and I was over the moon when they wanted to work with me. Green & Heath creates beautiful homewares and rest and relaxation products. You …

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My Ethical And Green Picks Of The Month: March 2021

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Gifted products. 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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Simple, Vegan, Creamy Broccoli Soup Recipe

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Broccoli is such a staple in our house. Not that the kids eat it, mind you, but me and my husband… I think we eat broccoli every other day in some format. Roasted, as a side dish, as a soup, anything! It’s almost like a meat substitute so filling. And nutritious! It’s also almost zero waste: add the stalk too! …

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Win A Family Pack Of Bamboo Toothbrushes From Panda Smile

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Gifted products. Bamboo toothbrushes are one of the easiest and simplest eco swaps – they cut out lots of plastic that is almost single use (because we only use them for a few weeks before throwing them away. Plus they don’t get recycled either). In fact, one of the most often found plastic in the seas and beaches are toothbrushes. …