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How to Maximise Your Earnings from Solar and Renewable Energy

By Mrs Green | March 13, 2020

  Climate change has precipitated some significant changes in different industries and everyday life, and many homeowners are installing alternative sources of energy to reduce their carbon footprint. With renewable energy such as solar energy, homeowners can even earn monetary compensation for any excess electricity their systems produce and export back to the grid. As…

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How to find comfort when a friend is diagnosed with cancer

By Mrs Green | March 10, 2020

  Our neighbour recently had a terrible accident which has left a legacy of ill health and countless trips to A&E, surgery and hospital admissions, as her body and mind continue to repair themselves. We’re not sure what the prognosis is at the moment, but progress is certainly slow. We’ve taken her meals, although keeping…

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Reduce Your Carbon Footprint With These Three Easy ideas

By Mrs Green | March 7, 2020

  There are many things we can all do to become more eco-friendly. It’s becoming easier thanks to pressure on manufacturers, awareness through the internet and movements such as Climate Strike. Cutting down on your carbon footprint will help you to be more environmentally conscious, as in some cases can save money too – when…

Sugar free frosting / icing recipes

By Mrs Green | February 9, 2020

As you might remember, Cass from Diary of a Frugal Family is on a mission to get kids across the country cooking! She shares the same sentiment as me – no child is too young to cook! This week she wants us to make cupcakes – what’s not to love about a cupcake? You can…

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Simple ways to make your kitchen more eco friendly

By Mrs Green | January 21, 2020

  I have to admit, I have a bit of kitchen envy at the moment! We have new neighbours and they’ve gutted and renovated their home. It’s made me realise just how much I’ve been putting up with – especially in our kitchen area. Think 1980’s! Contemporary designer kitchens are known for their sleek, stylish,…

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Avoiding The 5 S’s of Skin Damage

By Mrs Green | January 14, 2020

  Want to keep your skin looking and feeling healthy? Here are five of the biggest offenders that will damage your skin (and they all begin with S). Sun exposure Sun exposure can be healthy for our skin, providing a rich source of vitamin D to help prevent aging. However, too much sun exposure can…

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The Importance Of Getting In Tune With Your Body

By Mrs Green | January 11, 2020

  Some people are naturally very in tune with their body. Any physical ailments they have can be pinpointed or understood and sometimes you know when something just isn’t right or when it’s time to slow down. Other people, however, struggle to get in tune with their body and either ignore symptoms, do not appreciate…

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You’ll Absolutely Love These New Coffee Trends

By Mrs Green | January 11, 2020

  Coffee is the world’s second-most consumed beverage. Americans alone get through around 400 million cups of the stuff every day. It’s popular. For this reason, innovators in the coffee industry continue to churn out new products they hope you’ll love. Some of these don’t work – like adding savoury flavours to coffee – but…

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Three Simple Ways to Go Green in 2020

By Mrs Green | December 23, 2019

  Many of us want to do our bit for the planet. But it’s also overwhelming and confusing about where to start. In an ideal world our politicians and world leaders would lead by example and make change much easier for all of us. But until that time, it’s up to us to ‘Be The…

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Natural, cruelty free, plastic free skin serums from the Pro Co.

By Mrs Green | December 12, 2019

  When autumn arrives, I notice a difference in my skin. It becomes dryer and more sensitive – due to the wind and cold air outside and heating indoors. It’s not that we have central heating, but even the heat from our woodburner dries the air out; which can take its toll. Since my early…

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