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  1. Deborah says

    Looking forward to summer – but here in Aussie land it’s winter coming! Looking forward to our fruit here – custard apples in May -yum!

    • LauraJ says

      In the UK, it feels like it’s been the longest winter. So I am just trying to enjoy as much sun as possible before it vanishes! Custard apples sounds good!

  2. Losing the Plot says

    Good tips! Look out for local authorities doing promotions particularly things like coffee cups and water bottles. There is often local weeks before big national campaigns in September. And November

    • LauraJ says

      That’s a great idea! I will try to keep my eye out thank you. I also forgot to say that so many cafes now offer a water dispenser to save buying a bottle.

    • LauraJ says

      Thank you! I’m really going to make an effort to go through the guide and figure out recipes based around the seasonal produce.

  3. Kerry LifeandLoves says

    Ohhh I did not know there was a guide for seasonal fruit and veg! Thats a great thing to have. I am looking at changing to re-usable water bottles. Iv just bought a water filter, so am trying to come away from all the bottled water that we as a family drink. Bring on the summer!

    • LauraJ says

      As I was typing this article, I just did a google search and came across it. The BBC one I linked seems to be the best because others are not as straightforward to read.
      I drink quite a lot of water so I would need at least two reusable bottles to go out with for the day. I guess the heaviness of carrying them will remind to me drink! Thank you for reading. xx

  4. Lise says

    This is great! I tend to forget about switching up my skincare until we’re half way through the season and then I feel like it’s too late. Lovely read x

    • LauraJ says

      Thank you! I have quite oily skin so that just reminds me to use lighter lotions. Otherwise my face is as shiny as my highlighter x

    • LauraJ says

      It’s a hard product to remember. Because everyone thinks of moisturiser as the top priority. I’ve got sunscreen ready now so hopefully I’ll have no excuses.

  5. Sticks and the City says

    Great tips, I need to be better at buying seasonal produce, you can never tell what should be in season when you shop in supermarkets! Can’t wait for the summer 🙂

    • LauraJ says

      Wouldn’t it be good if supermarkets could label or section off the seasonal produce. I will be using the guide to try and organise better. Summer is my favourite season! 🙂

  6. englishwithkirsty says

    Great tips and I didn’t know someone had put together a guide on seasonal fruit and veg. I’m quite fussy with my SPF because I burn so easily, but it’s scary how many people still don’t bother.

    • LauraJ says

      I’ve always wanted to eat seasonally but I never know which fruit and veg are in season. So the guide is such a good idea!
      I use to be carefree about SPF, but then I realised how damaging the sun is. I think because sun damage usually shows up years later, people don’t think until it’s too late.

  7. Melina Elisa says

    This is a great post! I’ve definitely bought a reusable water bottle. I actually have 2 now! I really like them, and I know for a fact that it’s making my carbon footprint much smaller! xxx

    Melina |

    • LauraJ says

      Thank you! I feel so guilty when I’m left to buy a plastic bottle. It’s so worth having reusable ones! xx

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