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How To Prepare Your Old Device For Recycling

By Mrs Green | September 14, 2022

  Recently, electronic waste has been said to be at alarming levels worldwide. Some countries have significantly reduced e-waste and are, in general, recycling more. The UK is among them, with a 31.2% recycling rate in 2022, above the global United Nations average. However, there is more room for improvement. Below are some steps to…

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What To Do With Your Old Appliances – the Eco Friendly Way

By Mrs Green | September 9, 2022

  Replacing old appliances for newer ones can be an eco-friendly decision. Many older appliances guzzle huge amounts of energy compared to newer ones and upgrading could reduce your carbon footprint and save you money on your energy bills. But just what should you do with your old appliances? Getting rid of them in the…

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A Baby Wipe That Ticks All The Boxes!

By Mrs Green | September 1, 2022

  When I was pregnant with my daughter, there were very few choices for natural products. There weren’t any wipes that were free from toxic chemicals, so we had to resort to a flannel and some sesame oil and witch hazel for cleaning her. Thankfully, things have moved on. Many people are now aware that…

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4 Ways to Save Money Around the House

By Mrs Green | August 30, 2022

  It’s no secret that the average family is feeling the pinch in the current economic situation. Here are four simple tips that can help you save money around your home without making any major changes. 1) Get organized Getting organised can help you save money in many ways. For example, if you know exactly…

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Why Learning To Love Your Body Is So Important

By Mrs Green | August 23, 2022

  People are more dissatisfied with their bodies than ever before. They stare at themselves in the mirror wondering what went wrong. The interesting thing about this is that it doesn’t seem to matter what the person looks like to begin with. They can be svelte and have beautiful skin, but that isn’t enough to…

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Is Your Home Too Shaded for Solar Power? What You Need to Know.

By Mrs Green | August 16, 2022

  Solar panels have been around long enough for homeowners to realize that the benefits often outweigh the cons. However, before asking yourself if they will generate enough electricity and who you should buy the system from, it’s important to figure out if solar panels for your home even make sense. One quick way is…

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4 Ways to Make your Garden Easier To Care For

By Mrs Green | August 11, 2022

  If you are keen on your garden being as beautiful as possible, but short on time, then you are certainly not alone. A beautiful garden can seem to take a lot of effort and stress. But that’s not necessarily true. By setting yourself up for success, you can enjoy a great space without the…

Three Essential Life Skills Everyone Needs To Know

By Mrs Green | August 9, 2022

  People talk about adulting and learning skills a lot in today’s world. It is a good idea for everyone to master certain tasks throughout life. When you know what to do, you will do it better and with confidence to get the job done well. Continue reading for some important life skills that everyone…

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5 Benefits of Electric Radiators

By Mrs Green | July 1, 2022

  Gas has been the primary source of heating for some considerable time now, with an estimated 80% of British homes using it as their primary source of heating. However, as the world has changed, the demand for alternative central heating systems has too, and people are now looking for heating solutions that can help…

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How to Attract Beneficial Wildlife to your Garden

By Mrs Green | June 19, 2022

  According to citizen research, Bugs Matter, the abundance of flying insects in the UK has plummeted by nearly 60% over the last 17 years. Insects are responsible for pollinating most of the food we grow on the planet. They also recycle nutrients into the soil by decomposing organic matter and, as every organic gardener…

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