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Go Green, Improve Health and Save Money

August 1, 2014 by  
Filed under Green Living

Did you know that going green is not only good for your health but for your wallet? Adopting a greener lifestyle is undoubtedly better for the planet, but the benefits extend beyond that. Living greener often goes hand in hand with making healthier choices, which in turn can have a positive effect on your health […]

Women Going Green over Health Needs

July 31, 2014 by  
Filed under Grown Ups, Health, Nutrition & Beauty

Living a green lifestyle provides many benefits to women – including reducing your carbon footprint, minimizing pollution, contributing to conserving the rainforest and other outdoor areas, saving money, having an improved quality of life and even improving your health. That’s correct, by living a greener lifestyle; women’s health may be improved. By going green, women […]

TGF Rated Review: Give me tap water bottle

July 30, 2014 by  
Filed under Family, Featured Posts, Reviews

What Is It A water drinking bottle Who Is reviewing it Claire stay at home mum to 3 boys

Zero Waste To Landfill – Why Businesses Be Aware Of It

July 29, 2014 by  
Filed under Green Living

Zero waste to landfill is a vision that aims to prevent waste going to landfill. Instead of waste going to landfill, everything is reused and recycled in some way. It is a form of waste management which eliminates the concept of throwing things away at all. With adequate planning and organisation, most waste does not […]

TGF Rated Review: Ohyo The Collapsabottle

July 28, 2014 by  
Filed under Family, Reviews

What It is Ohyo The Collapsabottle (water bottle). Who is reviewing it Claire and my 3 boys aged 11, 7 & 2.

Weleda gleaming once again! 

July 28, 2014 by  
Filed under Family

There’s a definite golden glow at Weleda where the company has just picked up three shiny new awards in the Green Parent Natural Beauty Guide 2014 published in the latest issue of Green Parent magazine, as editor Melissa Corkhill explained: “Six months ago we started our search, covering everything from organic haircare and chemical-free skin creams to […]

Vegetarian & Vegan Nutrition – Avoiding Nutritional Deficiencies

July 24, 2014 by  
Filed under Food & Drink

Vegetarians & Vegans typically eat a wonderfully healthy diet. However their regime on occasion may lead to nutritional deficiencies, a common example being a restriction on what foods they eat can lead to insufficient intake of certain vitamins or minerals. Having made the decision to follow a very natural and low processed diet rich in […]

Emberfest – a delicious adventure for all the family!

July 17, 2014 by  
Filed under Family

Join us at Embercombe from Sunday 24th August - Thursday 28th August 2014. Relax in comfort in our beautiful valley in the heart of Devon. Learn how to pickle, preserve, forage and ferment, bread bake and wine make! Join us in celebrating and conserving the rich harvest of Summer, while learning new skills. Stay in cosy yurts, eat […]

How to save money on your energy bills

July 10, 2014 by  
Filed under Green Living

At times it may seem as though the large energy giants have us cornered with their ever-increasing energy prices, but is there anything we can do about it? Of course there is! Many of which you may not of previously considered. www.myelectricradiators.com have several ideas to help keep your energy bills down. Of course not […]

Cooking Up a Green Life at Culinary School

July 3, 2014 by  
Filed under Lifestyle

The food business is connected with environmental concerns by its very nature, from its use of natural resources to produce delicious meals, through to how it handles the resulting waste. With many restaurants realizing that going green is not only better for the environment, but better for taste and health with more organic and locally […]

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