Day 85 Shop by Season

After researching the seasons for Day 80, I learnt about shopping by season, this means choosing fresh foods during the season in which they grow. Buying foods based on the season means that they are fresher, more nutritious and sourced more locally, as eating out of season means that they are shipped from places where… Continue reading Day 85 Shop by Season

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Day 84 Empower Woman

In a world where we are told to be perfect. To look perfect. To wear make up. But not too much make up. To dress well. But do not wear skirts too short or tops too revealing. You're to fat, lose weight. You're too thin, gain weight. Go to the gym. Don't do weights. You… Continue reading Day 84 Empower Woman

Day 83 Upcycle Or Restore

Upcycling is taking something that’s considered waste and repurposing it. The upcycled item often becomes more functional or beautiful than what it previously was.Upcycle That Over time, with regular use our furniture and other items can become worn, tired, damaged and fade in colour. It is easy to simply discard the old one and buy… Continue reading Day 83 Upcycle Or Restore

Day 82 How Can I Help

Throughout our lives we will have helped or been helped by someone. We may open a door for them, they may help us carry some books, we may help them move house and they may give us some advice that we needed to hear. What ever it may be people help people and it is… Continue reading Day 82 How Can I Help

Day 80 Study The Seasons

Throughout the year we experience a variety of changes in weather, temperature and lightness, we know this as seasons. How seasons occur is an incredible phenomenon and we should make the effort to understand this. When we are at school we are taught the basics of seasons and changes in weather, but as we grow… Continue reading Day 80 Study The Seasons

Day 79 Racism

Police recorded crime figures show in 2019/20 that there were 105,090 offences recorded by the police where one or more of the central monitored hate crime strands were deemed to be a motivating factor.UK Parliament I spoke previously about racism in football, but unfortunately racism is an everyday problem. The idea that a person is… Continue reading Day 79 Racism

Day 78 Recycling

A report released by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) earlier this year, revealed that British households create over 26m tonnes of waste each year, the weight of around 260 large cruise ships.RecyclingBins.co.uk As humans we produce a lot of waste, with most ending up in landfill or even the ocean. The… Continue reading Day 78 Recycling

Day 76 Gardening

Taking up gardening can have many perks. It gives us a reason to be active, helping us burn calories and to stay healthy. Gardening can be very therapeutic, known for improving our mood and reducing stress. On bad days, it can even be a free anger therapy session. Sowing seeds and looking after them, so… Continue reading Day 76 Gardening

Day 75 Be Honest

Be honest, by this I don't mean honesty in a way that will make people feel bad. But to be honest when it is easier to lie. Be honest about yourself, when you make a mistake or when asked for an opinion. With honesty comes trust, people are more likely to trust you and your… Continue reading Day 75 Be Honest

Day 74 Toilet Paper…

Over the years, people have become more conscious of the strain that we cause on the planet, with more people making an effort to limit this damage. Most people have become more familiar with recycling, reducing single use plastics and switching to paperless. But, there are many hidden habits that we have, that we don't… Continue reading Day 74 Toilet Paper…