Posts Tagged ‘green living’

Recycle when you redecorate

It’s hard to be green when you want to revamp your home with new decoration and furniture. But it can be done – it may just require a bit more effort and research.

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Does your car say as much about you as your home?

Your home says a lot about exactly who you are – whether you want it to or not. So if you’re an out and out home-making “nester” of a person, with a family and a cared for and loved environment – or a single man minimalist with a chair and a large screen TV on […]

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Save energy and money when doing your washing up

For anyone who has a family, family finance is a big concern, especially in these tough economic times. So, finding ways to save money and energy has rarely ever been so important. by Ben Weiner Whether you have a family or not, there are plenty of quick and simple ways in which you can begin […]

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The Big Turn Off

This December I have noticed a severe lack of over the top outside Christmas lights on peoples houses in our area – and whilst the children are disappointed at the disappearance of all the grottos I think it is a good thing. Perhaps people realised that it cost them a small fortune to light their […]

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Finding a green family car

In the years when we didn’t give the environment much thought, the most pressing criteria for choosing a family car were the boot space, the number of passengers it could carry and what kind of mileage you got. Today, though, it’s equally important to consider how the car you drive will affect the environment. Image: […]

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Green sofa choices

Looking around at a furniture sale, you might be wondering what the best green option is. Sometimes it can be difficult to buy green without spending a lot more money – especially with the amount of cheap furniture around that is manufactured using new woods. The good news is that a lot of the wood […]

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