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My friend is still getting over a horrible cold that had her bedridden for a week. Here at Little Green Blog HQ we’re putting all our ideas into place to stop us picking up bugs and germs.
One of the things I love most about working from home is that I no longer have to commute. This does have its downside however!
I don’t know about you, but I love awareness campaigns. You get campaigns for health conditions, animal or human rights and even fun things like popcorn day or Winnie the Pooh day!
I was invited to submit my contribution to a book that is being launched today called “The Happy Healthy Home.” Tara, who contacted me said “We consider you to be an expert on the subject and would love to have you get involved.”
Autumn is a beautiful time of year but it can wreck havoc with our skin, hair and lips. It’s not uncommon to end up with cracked, dry lips in autumn when the wind is blowing outside and we assault our bodies with the drying effects of central heating.
Yup, that’s right – November! This month is the month that most people – and many public bodies – finally cave in and turn on the heating.
I’ve been learning some amazing facts for Zero Waste Week which runs 5-9th September. The theme this year is reducing food waste, which is a topic close to my heart.
Whether you are building your dream home from scratch or thrusting a period property into the 21st century the principles in creating a low carbon emission property remain the same.
Wood burning fires are a classic and timeless part of any rustic home aesthetic but if they aren’t properly maintained they can become dangerous.
For many people, summer is the perfect time to make a change in lifestyle. If you’ve been wondering about ways to get healthier while also benefiting the environment, you’re in luck: there are several ways to shed pounds while reducing your carbon footprint.
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…