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Breastfeeding awareness week may 11th – 17th

By Mrs Green | May 9, 2008

One of the greenest and most self sufficient things a new mother can do is breastfeed her child. It is nature’s miracle at its best – the perfectly designed food for your baby that changes all the time to meet their requirements. You don’t have to get up in the middle of the night to…

World Fair Trade day May 10th 2008

By Mrs Green | May 8, 2008

The Theme of this year’s World Fair Trade Day is ‘Fair Trade + Ecology ‘. World Fair Trade Day is the first global campaign for The Fair Trade movement connecting producers and customers around the world and is endorsed by IFAT.

Pangea Day – May 10th inspiring social change through the power of film

By Mrs Green | May 7, 2008

Pangea Day taps the power of film to strengthen tolerance and compassion while uniting millions of people to build a better future. It’s aim is to reunite the people of the world through the power of music and video. For example, in one you’ll see a choir from the USA singing the Mexican anthem along…

My Random Acts of Kindness month challenge

By Mrs Green | May 7, 2008

This month I have been inspired by my cyber friend Melissa to take part in her Random Acts of Kindness challenge. This is something that has always been close to my heart. I love how the tiniest and most simple thing can make my day and it’s great to share that love around the planet…

Instant manifestation and saving rubbish from the landfill

By Mrs Green | May 6, 2008

Yesterday afternoon Little Miss Green came to see me with a grin so huge I felt her cheeks would burst. Her eyes were sparkling and she just couldn’t control her absolute joy as it seeped out of her body. I had no idea what was going on, but was beckoned downstairs with a great flourish…

Update on Chile Chew’s Cut the crap challenge

By Mrs Green | May 5, 2008

I laughed my way through an amazing thread this week, over at MSE about unusual things people had sold on eBay. It bought true meaning to ‘one mans trash is another’s treasure’.

Recognition day – may 4th

By Mrs Green | May 4, 2008

Here’s a fun way to celebrate today! Recognition day is having its second Birthday, so let’s all join in a give this quirky little day our support.

International Dawn Chorus Day – 4th May 2008

By Mrs Green | May 3, 2008

I’m an early bird and I love this time of year when I wake up to the dawn chorus. The blackbird particularly entrances me with his perfect fourths and tuneful songs. The cockerels start up in competition, but the blackbird always wins through for me.

Compost Awareness Week Sunday 4th to Saturday 10th May

By Mrs Green | May 2, 2008

Compost awareness week, in association with WRAP and The Composing Association runs from Sunday 4th to Saturday 10th May. This is one of the first steps to self sufficiency and something I am particularly passionate about.

Ramblings of a wannabe Beltane Goddess about the season of spring

By Mrs Green | May 1, 2008

Spring is rather like a birthing rite. There are so many conflicting energies. It is a transition. The simplest and most noticeable conflict is with the weather. One day we wear shorts, t-shirts and eat salad for lunch. The next, we are wrapped in cosy sweaters craving warming stews. During the season we have Lent.…

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