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In this two-minute read, we look at what homeowners can do to reduce the risk of their property sale falling through.
We’re about to banish a myth that many people still believe about selling a home.
The misconception is that once you’ve accepted an offer for your property, the hard work is done.
Unfortunately, that’s not the case.
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In this two-minute read, we look at the amazing achievements of our Paralympians. The word ‘inspirational’ gets thrown around a lot these days, but when it comes to our Paralympic heroes, there really is no other way to describe them.
The grit and determination they displayed in Tokyo provided a much-needed reminder that human beings can do incredible things when they set their minds to it.
We could all learn lessons from this remarkable bunch of people about staying positive, working hard and not quitting. (Useful lessons if you’re moving home, but also for life in general.)
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This two-minute read takes a look at Recycle Awareness Week and what we can do this week and beyond. Recycle Now has been running Recycle Awareness Week annually, with 2021 being its 18th year. The emphasis is on celebrating how many of us are recycling and ensuring we all continue to do so.
As the Zero-Waste Chef blogger Anne-Marie Bonneau said: “We don’t need a handful of people doing zero waste perfectly. We need millions of people doing it imperfectly.”
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A two-minute read. The summer holidays have ended. The kids are back to school, and the distractions of Euro 2020 and the Tokyo Olympics have gone. What have we got to look forward to? Easy, Christmas.
Yes, we know it seems a long way off, but if you’re thinking of celebrating it in a new home, it’s time to get things sorted.
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In this two-minute read, we look at ways you can go more organic at home. No pesticides, no chemicals, just some good old green-fingered fun! Did you know this month is Organic September? No? Well, now you do! So, what is it and how can you get involved?
Organic September is a month-long campaign all about raising awareness of organic products and the people and brands who sell them.
Grow your own
Whether you’ve got a big back garden or a windowsill, try growing your own veg or herbs. There are lots of DIY kits available and your food will taste better when you know you’ve grown it yourself.