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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!
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.…
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…
After you tuck them in, turn off the lights and say your goodnights, do they really go to sleep?
Climate change is a growing concern, and the effects of our 21st century lifestyles on the planet are becoming more obvious than ever before. Environmental issues are becoming prevalent in many aspects of our lives, from the cosmetics we use to the cars we drive, to the properties we invest.
Oh my, I am so excited to share this post with you today! Hands up if you LOVE reading books?!
When it comes to our outdoor space, if we’re not skilled in gardening, we often ignore it. However, your home garden should get the same attention that your interiors get and with these helpful tips, you can improve your garden, regardless of your talents.
According to the Mental Health Foundation, 74% of people have felt so stressed in the past year they have been overwhelmed or unable to cope.
It’s officially winter. Kind of. I guess it depends on whether you follow the meteorological, pagan or Gregorian idea of when winter starts! However, we can all agree it’s getting colder.
There are many different materials that can be used for building with some being cheaper while others last a lot longer. This often means that people find it hard to choose the right types of material for their building project due to all of the available options.
You’ve all been waiting patiently to begin making your own household cleaners. You know some of the nasties you want to avoid…
In Northern Europe, around 12 million people suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). Symptoms range from mild such as feeling a little…