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  1. Autumn: why it’s the new Spring clean

    Autumn: why it’s the new Spring clean

    With most of us spending a lot more time close to home, making sure our spaces feel clean, fresh and welcoming seems like an excellent use of any extra spare time.
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  2. An (almost) zero waste home - Kids

    An (almost) zero waste home - Kids

    They may be proportionately small, but kids have a tendency to attract a whole lotta stuff and waste into your home. Being an aspiring minimalist and zero-waster, I've had to come up with a few simple strategies to help me and the little humans navigate things.

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  3. 6 steps to better indoor air quality

    6 steps to better indoor air quality

    We tend to think that air pollution is something that happens outside, with smog and haze from vehicles, factories and fires. But the air inside our homes can actually be worse for our health.
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  4. An (Almost) Zero Waste Home - The Bathroom

    An (Almost) Zero Waste Home - The Bathroom

    Compromising my personal hygiene, or the way I look, aren’t sacrifices I’m willing to make to decrease my environmental impact.
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  5. Become a minimalist: Top tips for simplifying

    Become a minimalist: Top tips for simplifying

    Achieving a minimalist lifestyle gives some truth to the saying that less is more - by reducing the amount of things you own and do, your life can actually feel richer.
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  6. An (almost) zero waste home - The Laundry

    An (almost) zero waste home - The Laundry

    Cleaning does not delight me. But what does is getting a good job done in the shortest amount of time possible, without nasty chemicals and packaging waste. It might sound like I’m asking for a lot, but turns out there are simple ways to achieve it.  
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  7. A clean home, the natural way

    A clean home, the natural way

    A clean home'. My meaning of this phrase has been on its own personal journey of self-discovery. I used to be all about elimination - the more germs I could eradicate, the better.
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  8. An (almost) zero waste home - The Kitchen

    An (almost) zero waste home - The Kitchen

    It’s said that the kitchen is the heart of a home because it’s where families spend a whole lot of time. It’s also where we make a heap of purchase decisions when it comes to food, and in doing so have the potential to create piles of waste.
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  9. How your family can make positive new year changes

    How your family can make positive new year changes

    Starting small is a great way to kickstart lasting change, says Nicole Avery.
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  10. Indoor plants for a serial plant killer

    Indoor plants for a serial plant killer

    There's plenty of research to show that having plants can improve your mental as well as physical wellbeing. There was only one problem - I'm a serial plant killer.
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