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Sustainable And Ethical Christmas Gifts For Grown Ups 2021

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Looks like we can celebrate together with our loved ones this year and even have a Christmas party! After 2020 this is definitely going to be a better Christmas. I’ve got fantastic items ethical Christmas gifts coming from indie brands and small businesses, and most of them are also either eco-friendly or ethically produced – or both! Shopping local and with …

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Sustainable And Ethical Christmas Gifts For Kids 2021

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Looks like we can celebrate together with our loved ones this year and even have a Christmas party! After 2020 this is definitely going to be a better Christmas. I’ve got fantastic items coming from indie brands and small businesses, and most of them are also either eco-friendly or ethically produced – or both! Shopping local and with online small …

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Car Servicing Tips Before Planning A Driving Holiday

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This is a collaborative post. Planning a driving holiday We have a driving holiday to be booked for next summer. Our plan is to drive from London to Brittany  – and maybe pop down to Disneyland too. Planning a long car journey requires a lot of planning if you’re having 2 small children aboard. The stops, the entertainment, the food, …

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Sustainable and Long Lasting: 6 Reasons to Choose Natural Stone Surfaces in Your Home

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This is a sponsored post. Natural stones are universally appealing, versatile and modern interior design and decorating materials. They bring unique textures and pleasant colours into living spaces. When used in interiors, it lends a timeless and elegant vibe to spaces. Natural stones are versatile and add a distinct texture to interiors. They have been used as a building material …

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Decluttering Done? Here’s How to Keep It That Way

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This is a sponsored post. The decluttering craze has been around for about a decade now, taking off with Marie Kondo and followed by many others setting up businesses to help us to declutter, i.e: get rid of all the stuff we have accumulated throughout years and years that we don’t need anymore. Clutter has become an issue to many …

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Most Sustainable Natural and Vegan Fabrics

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Do you often wonder about the environmental impact of your clothes? In this post, I’m going to talk about fabrics as one of the sustainability aspect when it comes to clothing materials. Only natural and vegan fabrics this time, as there are plenty of man – made, sustainable fabrics are now also available but they are not so commonly available. …

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Why Buy Organic Food?

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What is organic farming? Where does an organic apple come from? What are the standards? And finally why is it better for us? I’ll round this up in this post on why you should buy organic food, dedicated to #organicoctober. The standards Organic farming practices conserve woodlands, wetlands, and wildlife. They protect ecosystem and improve them. In order to be …

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How Thoughtful Purchasing Can Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

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This is a collaborative post. Regardless of what you’re shopping for, some choices will be more environmentally friendly than others. Whether it’s your weekly grocery shopping, buying a new outfit or some comfortable skate shoes, or the latest electronics. This article will give you solid advice about how to make more sustainable purchasing choices to help you reduce your carbon …

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Top Tips for a Clutter-Free Life

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This is a collaborative post. Many of us like a clean and tidy home, but at times it can often feel like the clutter is getting the better of us. If you feel like you are living in a home that is overly cluttered, here are some of our tips to help you cut down on the clutter and have …

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Sustainable Skiing: How to Have an Eco-Friendly Chalet Holiday

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This is a sponsored post. With a requirement for lifts, pistes and snow-makers, it’s easy to assume that ski resorts come at a huge cost to the environment. Whilst ski resorts do have an impact, new technology, green energy and sustainable transport measures are making resorts more environmentally responsible all the time. Whilst this makes us feel better about going …