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3 Simple Ideas to do With Family or Yourself During Self Isolation

During this self-isolation and social distancing period due to the corona pandemic, there are lots of ways to make the most of your time with your family, roommates or even yourself! Yes, there is access to TV and the internet but watching the news the whole day can sometimes bring too many negative thoughts in your head. And binge-watching series on the net for too long can get affect your health, such as fatigue and insomnia. So, avoid becoming a couch potato and draw yourself and others in fun activities, whether it is engaging in entertaining and educational games, growing your indoor garden or reading interesting books that motivate and keep up your spirits! Games From quizzes to brain teasers,...

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International Forest Day with Products that Celebrate Forests!

According to the UN’s official website, the theme for 2020’s International Forest Day on March 21st is ‘Forests and Biodiversity.’ Everything we do whether it is what we wear, write, read or eat is all connected to this biologically-diverse ecosystem which is vital for us to sustain.Therefore let’s show our concern and love for forests by gifting ourselves products from sustainable brands which in every ‘sense’ celebrate our wonderful forests!   Smell the Luscious Forests! Tantalize the senses with an indulgent blend of forest berries along with jasmine and French lilac with Mojo Candle Co.’s natural soy wax Violet and Frosted Berries Wine Bottle Candle. The deep mix of wild boysenberry, raspberry, strawberry with violet and vanilla are so delightfully fragrant...

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Top Sustainable Products Created by Women

  It's International Women’s Day on March 8 and to celebrate this Pookipoiga brings you some very awesome earth-friendly products created by talented women from various backgrounds. From cosmetics to tea or from clothes to toys, let’s take a look at these wonderful brands founded by highly creative entrepreneurs who all have the common goal of saving the planet in their unique way!   One Happy Leaf On a mission to make the world a greener place, founder of this sustainable jewellery brand, Anna is passionate about making beautiful jewellery where fashion and sustainability can coexist. Whether it is the Koala Studs, Whale Brooch or Echidna Hairpins, these eco-friendly alternatives to mainstream jewellery are ideal for nature lovers and aspiring minimalists. The cute pieces...

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Eco-Conscious Gifts for Animal Lovers of All Ages!!

Have a friend, partner, kid or parent who loves to talk facts about animals they adore? Or gush the moment they see a cute or playful one? Being an animal lover means that one cares about how these beings live and want to harm done to them. In other words, they want a clean, safe and green environment for them where they are not exploited in any way.Therefore, keeping this in mind bring a smile on your animal person by gifting them sustainable gifts that are all about nature’s pets. Ranging from stuffed toys to animal print clothes, these gifts are sure to please one from any age category!   For the Kids Crocheted Toys Being the most curious ones,...

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Plywood Toys: Design and Sustainability in One

Wooden toys by large have not gone out of fashion over the years as they remain central play object of homes, playgroups, and schools almost everywhere. The wonderful fact about wooden toys is a sense of tradition and nostalgia attached to it in its solid form and the way it’s crafted which allows the parents to wistfully recall their childhood when choosing toys for their little ones. When compared to the over sophisticated toys or gadgets of the digital age, wooden toys make a mark in its superior qualities such as being environmentally sound, having educational properties, safety, durability, and the ability to promote social interaction. Offering a direct connection to the natural world for children, wooden toys have that...

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