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The Eco Solution To Erosion

By Mrs Green | May 22, 2019

When it comes to looking after the planet, it can be hard to know where to start. With so many different issues coming to light each and every day, we all need to ensure we are doing our best to keep the planet we live on safe. A common issue that has come to light…

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Budget Ways To Revamp Your Garden

By Mrs Green | May 8, 2019

We all know that we really want our garden to be the place to throw parties, invite pals over for a day in the sun, or to be the adventure playground for the kids – however who has the time to maintain it to the standards we want these days? And having it professionally landscaped…

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5 Ways to Make Your House Move Less Stressful

By Mrs Green | April 30, 2019

Moving home is one of the most stressful events in people’s lives. They have to spend days or weeks packing their belongings, just to find that the item they urgently need is at the bottom of the pile. If you are about to move to a new home, you can make the process smoother by…

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Finding The Perfect Website Designer

By Mrs Green | April 28, 2019

If you feel you have something to write and want to set up your own website or blog, there are promises of being able to do it yourself, easily. But the truth isn’t quite the same! Sure you can set something basic up in a short time and be up and running, but when you…

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Parts Of Your Garden That Will Need Regular Upkeep

By Mrs Green | April 25, 2019

Regardless of whether you love spending time in your garden or whether you only get out there when it’s blazing hot, there are parts of your garden that will need regular upkeep in order to keep it looking nice and presentable. So here are a few features to keep an eye on. Fencing Over time,…

Making Your Move Abroad As Stress-Free As Possible

By Mrs Green | April 16, 2019

Moving abroad can be a wonderful personal step for you. Moving to another country can give you the chance to broaden your horizons, enhance your career and experience a whole new way of life. But while moving overseas has its positives, it can also lead to a lot of uncertainty, which can lead to stress…

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The one rule for buying anything ethically

By Mrs Green | February 22, 2019

One of the most important aspects of an environmentally friendly lifestyle I’ve learned, is to be conscious about the things we buy and to separate our wants from our needs. As I frequently say, the most ‘green’ purchase is no purchase at all!

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Do’s and Don’ts of Shovelling Snow off your Roof

By Mrs Green | February 12, 2019

Typically, we don’t get a lot of snow in England, but when we do the country seems to grind to a standstill. And it’s no surprise, because we’re not used to dealing with the white stuff that falls out of the sky!

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the eco friendly alternative to an immersion tank

By Mrs Green | January 15, 2019

I have FINALLY found the solution to something that’s been bugging me a LONG time! At home, we do as many things as we can to be as green and environmentally friendly as possible. Water is heated with a wood burner during the winter. We use LED lightbulbs – some of which run on solar.…

A brand new course that will help your household reduce landfill waste

By Mrs Green | January 10, 2019

I know you care about the environment, otherwise you wouldn’t read this blog. And I’m wondering how guilty you feel about the impact YOU have on the planet. I’ve been living ‘the green life’ for nearly two decades and one of the things I’m really passionate about is reducing landfill waste. After all, it’s a…

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