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How to Make The Best Ever Mango Chutney!

By helene | October 20, 2018 | 37

Making something yourself is one of the most satisfying things you can ever do. When it is also a delicious recipe, it means you can enjoy healthy, homemade food, that makes a difference to your health and our planet. One of the all-time favourite fruits across the world is the scrumptious mango! When it is mango season, people literally line up to fill their baskets with these wonderful fruits. Nothing beats the taste, texture and total experience of eating a mango – it is almost a spiritual moment when you cut it open and sit down to enjoy the riches…

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Tips for a Sustainable Christmas

By helene | October 19, 2018 | 2

The world is spinning around as it always has done, but every year seems to rush by faster and faster. As in many people’s lives, for us time is marked by birthdays – ours go like this: there are a few early birthdays in February, March and April. Then we flick to June and July, with a gap until September. My oldest has his birthday at the end of October and by then, it is almost Christmas. I forget about it for a while, until I get all of the information from school about end of year celebrations, swimming lessons…

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Painting an Upholstered Chair with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint

By helene | October 15, 2018 | 114

Chairs are such a solid investment when it comes to furniture purchases. You can find chairs in secondhand stores, op shops, roadside and your grandmother’s shed. They are everywhere. When buying or finding a chair, look for solid features, line, design, shape. Don’t worry too much about the finish of the chair. They can be sanded, varnished, oiled, painted – and yes, even fabric chairs can be given new life with a lick of paint! You may want to change the fabric, but if you don’t want to go to the trouble and expense, you can always paint it with…

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