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For the love of rooibos tea

When I was pregnant with The Munchkin I cut out caffeine completely! I was even too scared to drink black tea. Which means all I was left with was rooibos tea – and now I hate it! And I LOVE tea. There’s nothing better at the end of a long day than having a cup of tea and I refuse to be deprived of my comforts. This time around, I’m having about one cup of caffeine a day because now I have a very energetic toddler. And how am I supposed to survive my life without a little  ...

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My favourite cruelty-free products

Recently I realised it’s been a year since I’ve tried my very best to use animal cruelty-free products because to be honest, why the hell should animals suffer for my skin and beauty needs. And while I haven’t chucked some of the brands that do test on animals that I’ve accumulated (because I’m not into throwing money away either) and there are some things I just haven’t found alternatives for (like toothpaste and deodorant sticks), I do try to  ...

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My Society 6 Wishlist

Society6 is one of my favourite websites. The concept is genuis, artists sign up to sell their artwork as prints, canvases, iPhone cases, mugs, tog bags, tshirts, the list goes on and on. I have spent so much time on their trawling through products that I want in my house. They often have Free International Shipping days and sometimes even up to 20% off. They’ll often announce it on their Instagram account so go follow them and keep an eye out, they’re random but they happen  ...

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Parenting, Reviews

GroVia O.N.E First Look

A couple of months ago my lovely friend, Zeenat asked me if I wanted any cloth from the US. A friend of hers was coming to visit and so it meant that I could get my hands on some GroVia cloth nappies for a decent price – no import markup and no delivery cost! So I spent a few days trawling the Grovia site trying to decide between their All-In-One, All-In-Two or their brand new addition the GroVia O.N.E. We decided on the O.N.E. because it boasted that it was the easiest one to use and  ...

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