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How to Make an Eco-friendly Christmas Tree

Christmas tree time is just around the corner so, About our Christmas tree: Years ago we were tired of watching a tree drying in our living-room each year faster and faster. In Canada, it’s sometimes difficult to find the very much beloved Nordmann (who happens to dry keeping his needles strongly) we were used to […]

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Spring
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Reading A Book About Spring Edited By Melissa Harrison

Want to read about spring during the springtime? Spring Edited by Melissa Harrison This month I chose to read “Spring,” following “Winter” in the series “An Anthology for the changing seasons.” Why I decided to read this book is obviously linked to the upcoming springtime. Why I decided to tell you about this book is less […]

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8 Tips to improve your misty photos

Foggy days can be a blessing for photographers. It gives a mood to your photos for sure. Some places in the world are still having their regular days of mist, it is a fact that the more people on earth we have, the more we build, the less chance we have to get lost in […]

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Reading a Book About Winter

A difficult choice to cheer up for the season This season I have been struggling with an unexpected issue: finding a positive piece of literature about Christmas and winter. I must admit that I started my researches quite lately in December. I was so sure that I would be able to find something suitable to fill […]

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Reading A Book About The Kinfolk Home

Nathan Williams wrote this book and Kinfolk.com edited it. Kinfolk is a website and magazine about interior design and art mostly. They also published two fantastic books that are so inspiring. I recommend this one. The first time, I read it from first to the last page. Then I read it choosing one page at […]

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