Let’s talk about periods. If you’d asked me years ago if I would ever consider using reusable sanitary pads, my answer would have been no.
I remember having a conversation on Twitter where somebody was raving about them and I was quite definitely against it. The slightly less mature me probably didn’t even give a justifiable reason. Just no.
Nowadays however, I am more aware of the issues surrounding sustainability and being eco-friendly. And as my body has changed, so have my preferences about what kind of personal, hygiene, and beauty products I use.
Trade To Aid reusable sanitary pads have changed how I feel about my periods for the better.
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One of the areas of gardening that is often neglected is lighting. Most of us enjoy spending lots of time in our gardens, and that often extends into those long, warm evenings that we are sometimes lucky enough to experience. That means we need good lighting to make us feel safe and comfortable.
With that in mind, let’s take a look at some of the best tips for maintaining a light, bright garden even when the evenings come around: Read more
Photo by Fabian Blank
Sometimes, saving money in your home isn’t just about making sure that you budget your expenses, or avoid paying extras for luxuries. While it’s important to think carefully about how you spend your money, it’s also to consider how you use the things you purchase too.
Today, we’re going to be looking at just some of the ways that you can save the planet, and protect your bank account at the same time, by cutting down on waste. From making sure you reuse those old carrier bags, to ensuring that you’re smart about unwanted possessions, you’re sure to find a few smart ways to change your spending habits on this list. Read more
(Yes I know, I’m about to use that word, but…) Christmas can be a really expensive time of year for many people – especially if you have multiple children to buy for. Add to that buying gifts for other family members, it can all add up to a costly amount so I like to save money where I can. I know some people only buy gifts for children, but I’m a self-confessed giver as I just love to see the reactions when somebody opens a present I’ve spent the time researching and wrapping – possibly even making!
During the last few years I’ve become accustomed to a few really easy ways to save money through the year to use for Christmas presents (and sometimes food). I could say that you’ll be earning free money though it’s technically not, as you do need to spend to earn with some of the methods. But you don’t need to spend any more than you normally would, and you’ll see why. Read more
One thing I learned during – and after – lockdown last year, was just how important self care really is.
I find self care in many ways – going for a walk, taking myself out for a coffee and cake, reading, baking, and even just sitting and watching TV with a coffee. Read more