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Christmas Gifts Under 100 dollars eco-friendly gift ideas for all ages

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With Christmas around the corner and over a dozen matters to attend to before the end of the year, should you spend time reading yet another guide for gifts where the ideas are [most likely] wasteful, tacky and overpriced! Yes, THIS ONE you absolutely must- for 2 key reasons. Firstly, this Christmas gift ideas list has been created using powerful green-o-meters [my eyes :-)] from a multitude of options in the world of eco-friendly lifestyle products. …[Read more]

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Kristin Khor A yoga teacher who cares for planet Earth

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Meet Kristin Khor, a yoga teacher. We sat with her for a conversation on her passions besides YOGA. These are- cooking, Game Of Thrones, her boyfriend and their dogs! Read along [or scroll down for the video] and along the way you will discover how she weaves an eco-friendly lifestyle into her day. The full-time instructor at Pure Yoga, Singapore gets to work on her Tokyobike, her preferred way of traveling about town. Her favorite …[Read more]

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How to declutter your closet A step-by-step guide

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Essential disclaimer This article is aptly written by an erstwhile compulsive shopper. Yours truly. Since I’ve been there, done that and have the requisite experience, I was told by Anuja that I have to pen this piece! I am not complaining, as I managed to sort my own wardrobe in the process :-). Starting off Conduct a thorough analysis of the contents of your closet. As those of us who belong to the shopaholic tribe know- we …[Read more]

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Eco friendly travel 7 tips to be environmentally conscious on a trip

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When I was in school, summer breaks were the best time of all -as that was when we traveled for our annual holidays. The other term breaks were meant for mastering board games, learning (and improving) sports, exploring the outdoors and ahem, ahem, doing home work! Over the years distances have become shorter and travelling is as commonplace as going out for a meal. Most families take 1-2 long holidays and several short- the ubiquitous …[Read more]