Green Living: Brits to spend £2.5 billion replacing household goods that could be saved this Christmas

Dec 18 2020

I love a new initiative run by Oust, the descaling solution, called ‘We Can Save It’ to help Brits save money this winter following the pandemic. This follows new research revealing that Brits are expected to spend £2.5 billion scrapping and replacing household goods over the festive period*, as retail sales drive Brits into consumption. 29% of Brits said products being replaced could be saved, and 43% of Brits are currently in debt. Oust has worked with experts from all over the UK to offer free advice to Brits to help them save money and on waste this season. It is a great PR and marketing campaign that should make us think about wastage and green living.

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2021 Family Travel Guide

Dec 17 2020

2020 has been a rough year all around, and the travel industry is no exception to that. Many travel businesses have gone into administration, while tourist destinations such as Bali are struggling to cope without holiday-makers’ revenue. The coronavirus pandemic forced many people to cancel their much-anticipated holidays, and while this was disappointing for all of us, lots of us are anticipating being able to travel in 2021. Here’s London Mums’ very own Family Travel Guide. 

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Nursing Bra review

Dec 17 2020

The one challenge that I remember when my son was a baby was the breastfeeding and the constant ‘boob in, boob out’ in public. I still have clearly in mind how delicate my breasts were while breastfeeding. I did it for 20 months so it was quite draining and the bra problem was initially serious. Before finding a decent bra from Mothercare (the business has gone bust since), I had to almost fully undress every time I had to feed my baby. Nursing bras were not as comfortable and practical 12 years ago as they are now.

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