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Creating a Natural Play Area For Your Children

By Mrs Green | June 27, 2019

  We know how important it is for our children to get outside in the fresh air and step away from their screens. The challenge can sometimes be in making that a more tempting option for them than their gadgets are. Along with imposing boundaries around their tech time, it can be fun to lure…

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Can Your Garden Be Good For Your Mental Health?

By Mrs Green | June 25, 2019

Creating and tending a beautiful garden has many benefits – from getting in your daily allocation of Vitamin C, to producing your own home-grown vegetables and herbs, and even creating a space to share time with friends and family, but it can also give your mental health a huge boost. Whether you just have a…

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8 Obstacles That Prevent People From Achieving Their Health Goals

By Mrs Green | June 22, 2019

Everybody wants things, but there’s a big difference between wanting something badly, and just kind of hoping that it falls into your lap. When it comes to health and fitness, it’s all too tempting to fall into the latter category. It’s the easier path to take, and who knows? Maybe you got lucky, and your…

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How To Ensure You Have A Healthy Home

By Mrs Green | June 13, 2019

It’s been reported that air pollution can be greater in your home  than outdoors, which is a shocking thing to think about. Fortunately there are simple things you can do every day to keep your home healthy, happy and safe for the entire family. Take an audir Spend time thinking about your own home. Do…

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How to Create a Low Maintenance Garden That Still Looks Beautiful

By Mrs Green | June 12, 2019

With the fast pace of modern life and a million and one things all competing for your attention, your to-do list is probably longer than your arm. Somewhere on that ever-growing to-do list is probably ‘make over the garden.’ However, a lack of time may be putting you off getting started, or you may be…

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Tips For A Bee-Friendly Garden Without A Sting

By Mrs Green | June 3, 2019

Most people have become aware of the role of bees in the survival of the planet. Bees are, indeed, critical pollinators. They pollinate around 70% of crop species, which altogether help to feed 90% of the world. Without bees, you and I would be left in a plantless, foodless world. So, it’s heartwarming to see…

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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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