Do you ever feel stuck in a rut? Do you constantly incur setbacks when trying to achieve your goals? Do you feel locked in the past and unable to break free? Would you like to learn… More
Growing your own food can be very rewarding but it can also be hard work. Over the years we have attempted to grow all sorts of different foods. Some things have required minimal effort and others we have struggled with. Continue reading “10 Fruits & Vegetables that Regrow Every Year”
Green holidays are not a new concept, however now more than ever before the ecotourism is booming as the world population is becoming more and more aware of their own environmental impact. Continue reading “Top Locations for a Green Holiday in Europe”
Adding a little touch of green to your home can improve its overall atmosphere. It’s not just about aesthetics either, as house plants are proven to influence moods and even your wellbeing. Continue reading “Accenting Your Home Ambiance through Terrariums and Planters”
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Back in February, I wrote about a challenge that I was taking part in during March. The aim was to walk at least 10,000 steps EVERY DAY throughout the entire month to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
It’s now finished so I thought I’d do a bit of an update of how I got on… Continue reading “I Walked all Over Cancer this March”
Whether it’s cats or dogs, rabbits or hamsters, much-loved family pets are an important part of our lives. It’s lovely for children to grow up around pets, learning to care for them in the family environment.
Of course, if you want to get a pet in the most eco-friendly way possible, it’s best to get it from a shelter. Not only will you save an animal’s life, you’ll also work against excessive breeding and you will save money! Continue reading “Environmentally Friendly Tips for Pet Owners”
Over the years we have grown a variety of different fruits and vegetables. Some have been easy and others failed spectacularly. Continue reading “10 Easy to Grow Fruit and Vegetables”
Back in 2015, I decided to make the switch from disposable sanitary items to reusable ones. My main reason for switching was to reduce my bathroom waste. My second motive was to save money. Continue reading “How I Saved £84 last Year by Switching to Reusable Pads”
The thought of reducing your household waste can seem like a daunting task. The average UK household produces more than a tonne of waste every year. I mean where do you even start to reduce that amount? Continue reading “5 Simple Ways to Reduce your Waste Today”
Blogging is not only a great extra tool for businesses but also a way for individuals to earn a living from home.
There are hundreds of blogs out there from interior blogs to parenting blogs. There are even blogs about blogging. Whatever you’re into you can guarantee that you’ll find a blog on that subject. Continue reading “Eco Blogs in the UK”
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One of my aims this year is to start buying more local products and from independent retailers rather than nationwide stores. With Mother’s Day coming up I started to do a bit or research of where I could buy handmade products to give as a gift. Continue reading “Natural Beauty Gifts for Mother’s Day for Under £25”