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What is it about tea and biscuits we love? Is it the comfort we receive in that moment of relaxation? The ritual of dunking your biscuit? Is it the social necessary when meeting with friends or associates?
My belief is that you are what you eat. But that there is no one diet that is right for everybody.
While my passion is combining frugality with sustainable living, it doesn’t mean I don’t have a wishlist of ‘one day’ investment that would flex the plastic somewhat! On the blog I talk about eating well on a budget, those tiny ‘no brainer’ things you can do to reduce your impact on the earth and little-known…
Valentine’s Day is a wonderful celebration of love, but it might not be so great for the earth. When you consider all those red roses flown in from across the world and covered in pesticides, cheap teddy bears made in sweat shops and the myriad of cards that mean trees are cut down, there has…
I’ve recently changed my hair care routine again. Every year when autumn arrives, I notice my hair lacks lustre and looks very fine and limp.
Many of us have had the odd bad nights sleep. But what if you’re awake more than asleep at night time and now sleep derivation has become a chronic issue?
Anxiety is an ever growing problem in our ‘always on’ culture. Demands from work, families and juggling that with trying to meet our own needs means over 70% of people regularly experience symptoms of anxiety and stress.
While I’m happy to grow old disgracefully, I still like to maintain the health of my skin. With so many products out there promising to turn back the clock, you only have to read the label to discover some of the unpronounceable ingredients you don’t want to put on your skin!
There is news all across the media that sugar is as addictive as some hard drugs. In fact, in Amsterdam, people are queuing up to get into sugar rehab!
The company who supply our electricity at Little Green Blog HQ contacted me last month. I didn’t realise prices (and our usage!) had crept up and my account was in arrears to the tune of £300.
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…