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Organically Grown

September is Organic Month and so a great time to share all about my garden produce! Tomatoes are now in full production and the plum tree has gone mad! My friends think I am great, but it is just nature doing her thing. Finding lots of fun things to do with tomatoes – what is … Continue reading

Clearing the Pipes

As you know, I love being outside at all times of year, but especially in the summer. So being felled by hayfever and allergies really gets me down. I hate taking the drugs and whilst pregnant and breastfeeding couldn’t. So finding things that reduce or stop my symptoms is wonderful. The Himalayan Salt Pipe is … Continue reading

Loom Bands – an eco rant

Originally posted on Green Your Life:
I am the most horrible mother around.  I have banned loom bands from the house! Ideally I would ban them from everywhere, but sadly realise this is impossible.  My daughter recieved a box of 100’s of the things for her birthday.  It is sitting on top of a cupboard,…

Earn without Costing the Earth

Originally posted on Green Your Life:
The Wikaniko Business with Greenyourlife I would like to share with you our new presentation on the fabulous Wikaniko Business opportunity. If you are finding that a traditional job is not meeting your life needs, then please click on the link above and watch this presentation and see if…

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New Home – Eco Home?

With luck and a fair wind, we will be the proud owners of a ‘new-to-us’ house next week.  The house is about 60 years old and the décor needs some love & attention. Eco-decorating is getting easier, but it is still a minefield trying to work out what is best for us, the environment and … Continue reading

Northumberlandia – the North East’s newest landscape art form.

We have watched her grow, evolve and develop over the last couple of years, first lumps of soil then a form starting to take shape.  A gradual greening, paths appearing, stone walls erected.  But as you passed her on the roads to the east of Cramlington, her true form was still not visible. Local viewpoints … Continue reading

Originally posted on eco-logic-view:
Biking is good for everything, both for our health and the environment. Watch the short video to find out how you can make small changes to your transport usage habits that could have significant benefits both for you and for the city you live in. The European Commission’s Sustainable Urban Mobility…

Originally posted on North East Child Poverty:
Guest post by Harriet Menter, Scotswood Natural Community Garden Article 31 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child “States Parties recognize the right of the child to rest and leisure, to engage in play and recreational activities appropriate to the age of the child”…



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