Living a green lifestyle – whether through a zero waste policy or something else that works best for you – is a commitment that gives back. In addition to living green within your home-life, there are also great career options that make it possible for you to keep living green during your working hours by becoming a part of the green economy. Continue reading “Exploring The Green Economy Careers”
Mindfulness is a bit of a buzz word at the moment and has recently made its way into the workplace. Whilst more attention is being paid to staff well-being, research has found that freelancers are happier than employed workers though. Continue reading “Is Self-Employment Really Good for You?”
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One of the most common questions I get asked about blogging is how do I make money from it. There is never a straight forward answer to that and would be worthy of an entire blog post on its own. The second question is what’s the difference between hosted and self-hosted? Continue reading “iPage Blog Hosting Review – Should you use them for your Blog?”
A few years ago I decided to go ‘no poo’ after reading a post on the blog Lulastic and the Hippy Shake. I failed miserably! I lasted 7 months in total and I just couldn’t get it to work for my hair. Continue reading “No Poo Hair Care – Giving it Another Go!”
For us, 80’s kids our bikes were probably the most important thing to us. They were the difference between keeping up with our friends or running alongside them, which was never fun! They were the difference between freedom that day or not. Continue reading “Bikes Through the Decades – A Trip Down Memory Lane”
This March I’m walking 10,000 steps a day throughout the month to help beat cancer sooner. Personally, I have lost family members to cancer as I’m sure many others have too. It’s the one thing that really scares me. Continue reading “Walk All Over Cancer – 10,000 Steps a Day Challenge”
This weekend we were lucky enough to be invited along to the COCOAS Awards that were held at the Eden Project in Cornwall. The event was created by Cornish & Devonshire Cottage Holidays to celebrate the achievements of their cottage owners. Continue reading “The COCOAS Awards 2017”
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Wherever possible I like to take a natural approach to most things in our life, whether that be our diet, beauty regimes or pain relief. I’m slowly but surely switching all of our bathroom products to natural alternatives and I’m also slowly reducing the number of chemicals we use in our home. Continue reading “How To Overcome Pain Naturally”
Foraging for food is fun and free, it’s also a great way of spending time together as a family. Personally, we love foraging!
A common misconception with foraging is that it’s only really worth doing in the summer or autumn but that really isn’t the case. There is free food to be found in nature throughout the year, you just have to know what you are looking for. Continue reading “10 Foods to Forage in February – Free Food”
I am always on the hunt for easy and low-cost ways to improve our home. Tell me I’m not alone in this?
One very easy way of transforming any room in your home is to create a chalkboard wall and then use chalkboard markers to create something unique to you.
Keep reading if you’d like a chance to win some chalkboard markers. Continue reading “How To Transform a Chalkboard Wall using Chalk Markers”