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Home-Schooling Made Fun: Scrap, Craft and Art Ideas For Children

In Lifeby eva.katona@yahoo.comLeave a Comment

This is a sponsored post. During this lockdown we are currently living thanks to the coronavirus, I have discovered yet another silver lining: entertaining the children is actually becoming quite fun for me too as they are now nearly 4 and 6. We can play a lot of different things together. My daughter had been always a “maker” and so …

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Crispy Parsnip And Onion Fritters

In Foodie Meby eva.katona@yahoo.com1 Comment

Since we don’t eat roasts – there’s not much we can do with parsnips. I like a good tray of roasted root veg or a mash of them –  but sometimes I just crave something different. These fritters are a good way to use them and can be a meal on it’s own (like for me, I could eat mountains …

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My COVID-19 Lockdown Silver Linings

In Green & Ethical Living, Uncategorizedby eva.katona@yahoo.com19 Comments

We are into our fourth week of lockdown here in the UK. The children have been out of school for all that time. I was tagged by Carly from Mom Of Two Little Girls to share my COVID-19 Lockdown silver linings. What I’m not going to bore you in this post are the difficulties and the worries – we all have …

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Mindful Decluttering During COVID-19 Lockdown? Here’s How!

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

This is a sponsored post. Since the lockdown has started about 3 weeks ago (although, we are a week extra in for having a very poorly little boy on week zero), we’ve been all stuck at our homes, most of us literally in 24/7. We are all probably adjusted to it as much as possible right now: it’s not easy …

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Vegan Chocolate – Rhubarb Cake Recipe

In Foodie Meby eva.katona@yahoo.com11 Comments

I love rhubarb, I think it’s quite versatile. Mostly I make rhubarb puree with it, which is then great for gin cocktails or adding it as topping to pancakes or milk rice. You can normally get it from March till July so now in April, it’s the best of the season. As I mentioned before, these days I’m trying to …

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How To Get Organised As A Blogger And Create Beautiful Content Easily With ContentCal

In Design, Life, Reviewsby eva.katona@yahoo.com8 Comments

Sponsored post As a blogger who strives to create beautiful content, I never struggle with the lack of ideas and content production – this is what I enjoy the most about it actually: bringing ideas to life, express myself and creating something meaningful and helpful. As you know my blog is a green and ethical lifestyle blog and it’s a …

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Super Simple Japanese Vegetable Tempura Recipe

In Foodie Meby eva.katona@yahoo.com1 Comment

I love vegetable tempura for 3 reasons: it’s very simple and quick, it’s very yummy, it helps to use up bits and pieces of vegetables. It’s a great dish and very filling too. It’s my favourite Japanese dish. Tempura is a wet batter used in Japanese cuisine: crisp, light coating to seafood and vegetables. Tempura batter absorbs less oil (and …

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Recycled Newspaper Easter Egg Garland Craft

In Lifeby eva.katona@yahoo.com1 Comment

Since we’re all stuck home during this lockdown and trying to home educate our children, I’ve had this idea of doing things a bit differently. You might know, that Bobcat has autism so homeschooling is a huge effort from both of us. He’s stuck with the idea that learning and any activity that looks and smells like LEARNING should belong …

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Going Green With Kids: Families Trying To Live More Environmentally Friendly (Interview With Rosy Atwal, Founder of Maple Organics)

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I’ve come up with the idea of this interview series because I realised how people feel so overwhelmed about all the bad news we are flooded with by media outlets. On one hand, the truth is, if we carry on like this, the future will be grim. On the other hand, we also need to read positive and uplifting stories, like …

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Upcycle Instead Of Buying New: Our Old Armchair Gets Revamped

In Home & Gardenby eva.katona@yahoo.com3 Comments

Gifted item Ethel’s Chair have been with us for years. Before that it belonged to my mother-in-law and before that it belonged to Ethel herself. Ethel was my husband’s grandma. She died decades ago, but her favourite armchair is still here and being referred to as “Ethel’s Chair” even by her great grand children who know nothing about her. We …