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Real Christmas Tree And Salt Dough Ornaments: Eco-Friendly Christmas

In Green & Ethical Living, Home & Gardenby eva.katona@yahoo.comLeave a Comment

Gifted item. Real or artificial Christmas tree? Which one is more eco-friendly? If you were wondering the answer is that real trees are better. (Unless, you already have an artificial tree. In which case, the best thing is to keep that tree and use it, because otherwise it just goes to landfill. Or, donate it.) Real Christmas trees are more …

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Sustainable Home 101: Cutting Your Home Energy Costs

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This is a collaborative post. To make a real difference in the world, we don’t need a few people to be doing everything perfectly; we need many people doing a few things right. You can start to become more eco-friendly and reduce your carbon footprint by creating cutting your energy costs. Not only will starting with your energy consumption help …

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How To Have A Planet-Friendly Christmas Day

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Gifted products. The most wonderful time of the year is around the corner, Christmas fans rejoice! But in the past decade or so, consumerism really took a hold a on Christmas. It has become a race: the bigger tree, the more presents, the fancier decoration, starting already in July… It’s simply getting overwhelming and too much. It’s definitely not very …

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Want to Achieve an Easy to Maintain Garden?

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This is a collaborative post. Most people love the idea of having a garden. They also love the way a garden in full bloom looks. But what they don’t like is the amount of work that so often has to go into maintaining a garden. It’s not easy, and when you have a career and family taking up most of …

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The 5 Best US Cities for Green Living

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This is a collaborative post. Throughout the United States, city governments are taking a more serious look at green technology. In the wake of the current climate crisis, forward-thinking city leaders have been pushing to do whatever they can to stop global climate change and preserve our planet. Any Earth-lover wants to live in a place whose eco-profile lines up …

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Beetroot and Orange Salad With Chickpeas (Vegan Recipe)

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I ended up making this salad as In have received lots of fresh beetroots with my wonky veg delivery – which I love though, it’s great to save all those veggies being thrown away just because they are surplus or wonky. I also enjoy getting lots of different and sometimes unusual ingredients because I just love making use of them …

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Top Tips To Revamp Your Home Without Buying Any New Furniture

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With so many influencers posting their jaw dropping home interiors and TV flooded with advertisements for new furniture and home renovation channels, it’s easy to look at your surroundings and feel a little underwhelmed by the aesthetic value of your home. However, not everyone has the budget to splash out on a whole properties worth of new furniture and features; …

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Plastic Free Christmas Gifts From PomPom – BioBUDDI Review

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Gifted item. My children love Lego and Duplo, but at the moment they both prefer Duplo, still. Bobcat’s fine motor skills are not up to his age just yet – but we’re working on it. Building toys are one of the best to get him engage and interested in the activity of building and making things. He has no problem …

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Ethical and Green Christmas Stocking Fillers 2019

In Green & Ethical Living, Uncategorizedby eva.katona@yahoo.com2 Comments

Gifted items. Christmas is around the corner – well, a few more weeks left until then. This is the best time to think about your Christmas gifts (if you have not started yet) because you can avoid rush, low stocks and it gets you into a festive mood just like Christmas baking and decorating. Following my Christmas Gift Guide for …

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Creating A More Self-Sufficient Home

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This is a collaborative post. A self-sufficient lifestyle can save you money and save the planet. While going completely off-grid is a challenge in today’s society, we can all takes steps to reduce our reliance on mains utilities and shop-bought goods. Here are just a few of the ways in which you can create a more self-sufficient home. Energy You …