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Stasher Bag Review

*Ad As a family, we are always looking for new ways to reduce our kitchen waste and one of the biggest areas is to eliminate all single-use food coverings and storage. We already use beeswax wraps which have been a great step towards banishing the

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Lifestyle

What Are The Benefits of Yoga?

Yoga emanated from India over 5000 years ago. It focuses on flexibility, strength and breathing. Yoga practitioners do so by forming postures (a series of movements sometimes called asanas) and concentrating on their breathing. It’s an ancient practice that has since filtered out across the

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Eco Living

6 Ways You Can Reduce Your Food Waste

Food waste is a huge problem not only here in the UK but across the globe. It is estimated that 1/3 of the food we buy ends up going to waste which equates to 10 million tonnes a year! Not only is this shocking because

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Lifestyle

7 Ways To Improve Your Lockdown Skin

*Ad I don’t know about you but my skin during this last lockdown has really suffered. I think with it being during the winter months, being stuck indoors with the heating on and most of us feeling a lot lower, and with little motivation to

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Eco Living

Low Effort Energy Saving Ideas

Reducing your energy usage doesn’t have to be a huge task. You don’t have to spend a fortune upgrading your house with the most high tech energy savings kit. You can take small steps that will not only reduce your energy usage but can save

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Parenting

Helping Your Child With Their Lockdown Lows

This year has been so tough, hasn’t it? I am really feeling it now and as an adult I can fully understand what has been going on. For our children, that has been a completely different matter. They have been pushed from pillar to post,

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Parenting

5 Mud Kitchen Play Ideas Your Kids Will Love!

A mud kitchen is a great addition to the garden for the kids. It can provide hours of imaginative play, encourage them to play both alone and with siblings or you, it encourages them to get closer to nature and learn to explore their surroundings.

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Parenting

Helping Your Child with their Social Skills

Social skills are crucial because we need them to interact and communicate with our peers, whether at school or in our place of work, as well as our friends and family. However, social skills don’t just refer to verbal communication, they’re also about understanding facial

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