5 sustainable household products to reduce your carbon footprint

If there is one impulse purchase category I manage to justify to myself, it’s the products pushing the boundaries of consumerism, challenging the status quo and taking everyday single use plastic products and reinventing them.

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6 ways to make your garden dog friendly

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Dogs love to roam, play and explore in their own back garden  and there’s no better place to play a game of fetch or sit an enjoy the sunshine together.

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Top tips to reduce your monthly food spend

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The weekly trip to the supermarket is definitely a shop that falls under the essential spending category, however, it’s probably the one essential outlay that’s most easily changed in amongst a series of fixed costs like rent and bills. more “Top tips to reduce your monthly food spend”

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Guest Post: 8 Style Tips To Create A Family Friendly Space In Your Home

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Have you ever looked around your home and despaired at the perceived lack of style? We’ve all dreamed about living in a Home and Garden spread sometimes, but for those of us with active families or young kids, it can seem impossible. Who can think about style with toys strewn everywhere, and stains on the rug?

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Tips when choosing your next mattress

Many people don’t give much thought into their mattresses, but the reality is that your mattresses can affect your quality of life immensely. Getting a good night’s sleep is crucial for your daily life, and having a good-quality mattress will aid you in getting that valuable rest.

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3 ways to create a stunning garden with zero effort

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I absolutely love spending time in the garden; so much so that we pay out for a second patch of garden every year too. It’s a hobby and a place we relax and enjoy the rewards as most (certainly not all!) of our hard work pays us back in dividends year after year.

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The Botanist’s study – Gallery wall inspiration by Desenio #Ad

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Over the last few years, the gallery wall trend has proven it’s not going anywhere. We have dabbled in a few different styles of gallery wall in our home and with a little help from Desenio, the blank wall in our lounge has been brought right up to 2019 style with a muddling through edge.

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Our first RHS Chelsea Flower Show – Take home inspiration and lessons learnt

‘Chelsea Chelsea’. We used to go and see the Fratelli’s, but now we go and see the flowers.

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What makes a less than brilliant home?

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Look on any blog dealing in family, home or lifestyle topics and you’re bound to find more than one article about renovating the interior of your home. I’m not here to criticize that – it’s amazing how so much advice could be freely given online, even if some of it might be motivated affiliate marketing. However, by this point you could type ‘home decor tips’ and return thousands of articles basically saying the same thing. ‘Keep things clean, organized, tidy. Consider your clutter, the navigability of the room, and the lighting therein.’ At some point, it becomes common knowledge.

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How to choose the right home for your family

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Choosing a house when you have kids in tow, can quite frankly be a bit of a nightmare! Viewings, childcare, timings and your wishlist can create a bit of a monster task ahead of you. By contrast, when you think back, selecting a new home before little people invaded your life was a breeze. Things certainly get a little trickier when you’re no longer hunting for a party pad, but instead searching for a home that can accommodate your fast-growing brood.

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