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If like me, you love plants (they are all over my house) then I am sure I can tempt you into purchasing one from this amazing site called Oxy Plants.Oxy Plants say plants make you feel good, but it also means that you can also help to prevent what Ecologi are saying ‘Our collective homes are in the process of being turned totally upside down which is leading to strife for all life on Earth.’ Grow a forest for Earth Day 2022! Sign up using code EARTHDAY50 to get 50 free trees.

Your plants,plant trees. Making the world a greener place, as well as your home. Oxy-Plants sell everything from indoor/outdoor and living walls for your living room or work. They also sell all you need to go with your plants from pots to pest control.

The living wall above has its self-watering system and easy installation of the…

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Double vs Sink Kitchen Sinks – Pros and Cons

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Buying the right kitchen sink is about finding a product which fits in with the general style of the kitchen and contributes to the theme, it is also about selecting a sink which is the right size for the space and for how you will generally use it. Beyond the materials, the price and the finish of your sink however, you are going to have to choose first between a single or a double sink. To help you select the right choice for your kitchen, these are the pros and cons between each of these kitchen sinks.

Pros and Cons of Single Kitchen Sinks

One of the most common reasons for the purchase of single kitchen sinks is to fit in a smaller kitchen, given the fact that they take up less space than a double. Whilst this can mean that you are more restricted with regards to using…

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Try swapping the following 11 items to help the environment and make you feel you are giving something back.

  1. Plastic toothbrush – change for a bamboo toothbrush.
  2. Shampoo – change for soap bar shampoo.
  3. Facial Wipes – change to a facial soap bar.
  4. Plastic Bags – change to reusable cloth ones.
  5. Plastic Containers – change to glass containers, start by buying a few a month.
  6. Plastic Water Bottle – change to stainless steel one (they keep it or cold better).
  7. Supermarket Vegetables – try the Farmers Markets for plastic-free fruit and vegetables.
  8. Plastic Straws – change to glass or stainless steel straws.
  9. Cleaning products in plastic bottles – buy boxed refills.
  10. Paper Napkins – change for cloth ones
  11. Plastic Lunch Boxes – change to stainless steel ones.