Saint Brigid’s Day-A promise of Spring

Early February is a time of celebration, Candlemas, St Brigid’s Day, Imbolc call it what you will – it is all about hoping for success in the farming season – purification and wishing for a fertile year ahead. This is the time of the feast of torches. It is one of the four key festivals…

Palm Oil isn’t the enemy!!

People often make rash statements about things being good or bad, I say research it for yourself and then make an informed choice and this applies to everything, not just palm oil.

One Filthy Secretly Dirty Thing You Can Do This Weekend!!

Originally posted on Julie's Green Journal:
Now that I have got your attention! These days, most adults’ mobile phones go with them even more places than a baby takes her security blanket. (I’ll leave you to draw the other parallels between mobile phones and security blankets.) And though they may not look as dirty, all our…

Bird Feeders

Some creative ideas for home made bird feeders

Things You Shouldn’t Keep In the Fridge

My fridge broke down and died today, luckily there wasn’t much in it and all that was lost was some cheese which went to feed the birds. This made me ponder about our reliance on fridges and what things people often keep in the fridge that would be much better out of it, so here…

Dormice

Did you now that a Dormouse population has been living on the central reservation of the A38 in the Haldon Forest area for at least 10 years.

Questions about Coronavirus.

Norwex has been through 26 years of cold and flu seasons, and we’re stronger than ever! To help our Customers during this challenging time here are some tips for you

ENZYMES & WHY NORWEX USES THEM

WHAT IN THE WORLD ARE ENZYMES ANYWAY?

Enzymes are proteins. They are produced by all living organisms and act as catalysts to speed up chemical reactions that would otherwise occur at a much slower rate or not at all. Enzymes breakdown large particles into smaller pieces. Then, these smaller molecules are digested to carbon dioxide and water.