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Our Week in South Devon Burgh Island and South West Coast Path v8

Our Week in South Devon: Burgh Island and South West Coast Path

Having thoroughly enjoyed our Family Spa Break At Beyond Escapes in January, we headed back to South Devon for February half-term, staying at Bigbury-on-Sea to explore Burgh Island and a small part of the South West Coast Path. Whether you want an active holiday or something more laid back, there is plenty to enjoy and […]

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The History of Bees by Maja Lunde v8

#FridayReads : The History of Bees by Maja Lunde

My latest read is The History of Bees by Maja Lunde, a Norwegian author and screenwriter. Maja Lunde has written 11 books for children’s and young adults and this is her first novel for adults in a planned Climate Quartet series. I picked up the book on holiday from the recommendation of my mum’s local […]

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Beyond Escapes Devon

Our Family Spa Break At Beyond Escapes Devon

We celebrated the start of 2019 with a family spa break at Beyond Escapes Devon. Mixing the serenity of a spa with the boundless energy of kids might sound like an odd combination but in fact, for us, it brings the best of both worlds. Always running around between work and school, we cherish our […]

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Waitrose & Partners Encourages Customers to Use Reusable Containers

Waitrose & Partners Encourages Customers to Use Reusable Containers

Customers shopping at Waitrose & Partners are being encouraged to bring reusable containers to take home products from the supermarket’s fresh service counters to help save plastic bags and containers. Shoppers at the supermarket have been able to bring their own clean, lidded reusable containers to take home their fresh cheese, meat and fish rather […]

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Giki v8

Giki: The App That Helps You Understand The Impacts Behind The Products You Buy

Are your ethics getting in the way of your shopping? Trying to buy more sustainable and ethical products can be a minefield. Enter Giki … a new app to help us understand the impacts behind the products we buy. Giki is a social enterprise with a clear social and environmental mission. The app was launched […]

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Bōkan’s Vegan Tasting Menu

Bōkan’s Vegan Tasting Menu

Stepping out of the tube at Canary Wharf, I cannot help thinking of New York. Tall skyscrapers lining the streets instantly bring back memories of our time living in The Big Apple. The daytime hustle and bustle of this busy financial London area is replaced after hours by a fun evening atmosphere. Between the Thames […]

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Vegan London - A Guide to the Capital's Best Cafés, Restaurants and Food Stores

Vegan London – A Guide to the Capital’s Best Cafés, Restaurants and Food Stores

There is no doubt that the vegan food scene in London is booming. With so many places opening up it is difficult to keep up. But help is at hand! Vegan London – A Guide to the Capital’s Best Cafés, Restaurants and Food Stores is a new book from Serena Lee, author of the popular […]

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Christmas Gift Guide - 5 Vegan Hampers

Christmas Gift Guide – 5 Vegan Hampers

The Vegan Collection Chocolate Hamper Seed & Bean has a fantastic selection of delicious organic and fairtrade chocolate made in England in small scale batches. This hamper contains 12 chocolate bars within a lovely wicker basket perfect for keeping  all your favourite chocolates in a cool dark (secret) place. Includes the following flavours: Aromatic Fennel, […]

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Christmas Gift Guide - 4 Kitchen Gadgets For Healthy Eating

Christmas Gift Guide – 4 Kitchen Gadgets For Healthy Eating

This year I have teamed up with Vitality 4 Life, specialist in kitchen appliances and kitchen gadgets for healthy eating. Vitality 4 Life offers a range of kitchen appliances designed to provide ease of use, allow preparation of wholesome food quickly and conveniently while retaining all of the nutritional value. As part of our partnership,  […]

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How To Have The Perfect Flexitarian Christmas

How To Have The Perfect Flexitarian Christmas

Our Christmas dinner has changed since I first started the Flexitarian blog. A far cry from the meat feast we had only five years ago, this year again we will be having a flexitarian Christmas. In many ways, there is no other time of the year that epitomises better the philosophy of eating less meat […]

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