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Drinking From This Fount Of Knowledge Could See You Enjoying Anti-Aging At Last

By Mrs Green | January 8, 2021

  If you’re anything like most, you’re keen to do whatever you can to keep yourself looking young. It’s the ultimate goal, and the main reason most people invest in a beauty routine that relies on cream after cream. Yet, time and again, many of us find that the results aren’t as promised. While such…

reasons to hire a personal trainer

Five Great Reasons To Get A Personal Trainer

By Mrs Green | January 7, 2021

  Some days, the motivation to get out of bed and go for a walk just isn’t there. You know you want a workout, you know you want fresh air, but the actual act of getting up and doing it is the hard part. Life gets busy, and with the combination of exhaustion and a…

positive new years resolutions

Positive New Year’s Resolutions That Benefit Your Life

By Mrs Green | January 2, 2021

  When it comes to New Year’s Resolutions, many people fall into the trap of believing the adverts that tell us we need to change who we are to be deemed good enough. While many people can benefit from making small changes to improve their health and wellbeing, there are many other resolutions you can…

support your mental health

3 Ways We’re Looking After Our Mental Health Because Of 2020

By Mrs Green | December 24, 2020

  2020 has been a teacher nobody knew about. It’s shown us how important our sanity is. It’s shown us how important self-care is. It has given us a wake-up call that we will never forget. For the rest of our lives, we will use 2020 as the measuring stick for how bad life can…

eco resolutions

The Green’s New Year’s Eco Resolutions

By Mrs Green | December 6, 2020

  Around this time each year, I start thinking about my new year’s resolutions. Unlike most people, they tend not to focus around going to the gym, giving up vices or changing my eating habits. I like to think about all the things I can do to make life more sustainable. I’ve been doing this…

getting kids in nature

How to Nurture a Love of Nature in Your Kids

By Mrs Green | December 2, 2020

  Raising your kids to be green is not always easy. One sure-fire way to get them interested in playing their part in caring for the planet is to nurture a love of nature. Having a connection to the great outdoors and seeing nature up close is the best way to develop a respect for…

recycle your electricals to preserve the planet

How to Recycle Your Electricals – any why you should

By Mrs Green | November 27, 2020

  During lockdown HWRCs were shut, charity shops closed their doors and some kerbside collections were disrupted. Yet because many people were at home, they used this time to get on with those ‘one day’ projects such as decluttering. I don’t know about you, but when I root around in the kitchen ‘junk drawer’ (you…

eco friendly swaps to be more sustainable

How To Be More Eco-Conscious In Your Home

By Mrs Green | November 18, 2020

  The recent pandemic has bought home to us how we are all connected with nature. During the first lockdown, we read stories of pollution reducing, air clearing and of the environment looking better. It inspired many people to want to make positive changes. Here are some tips on how you can be more eco-conscious…

5 ways to shop ethically

5 Ways to Make an Ethical Purchase

By Mrs Green | November 4, 2020

  People often ask me what the ‘must have’ products are that will help them be more sustainable and that satisfy ethical credentials. I usually give an answer they don’t want to hear! And that is that the ‘greenest’ product you can buy is none at all. If you think about it, the best thing…

elephant tutorial result from cygnets art class online

Feeling my fear about art – and drawing it anyway

By Mrs Green | October 3, 2020

  Recently I’ve been taking a good look at my thoughts and how they impact my life (clue: a LOT!) According to science we each have around 60,000 thoughts each day, but it seems we only have about a dozen different ones. In other words we loop endless dross around our grey matter every second…

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