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  • Wife: Duty to serve

    Wife: Duty to serve

    I have a book called ‘The Secret Language of Birthdays’, containing ‘personology profiles for every day of the year’. I have had it for over a decade, and despite finding it very interesting I have always been disappointed that my particular ‘personology’ seemed to bear little resemblance to who I ...

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  • Woman: End of an era

    Woman: End of an era

  • Wife: It’s on my list

    Wife: It’s on my list


  • Mindful in May

    Mindful in May

    After a focus on the topic of mindfulness and practicing some new approaches in an on-line coaching course last week, my passion for mindful meditation has been well-and-truly re-ignited. And the benefits from my stepped-up practice are already manifesting in some surprising (three new clients this week) and some not-so-surprising ...

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  • Yoga for beginners

    Yoga for beginners

  • Get magnesium rich

    Get magnesium rich

  • Let good things come

    Let good things come

  • Shoes shoes shoes!

    Shoes shoes shoes!

Our ethical shopping campaign

Rahul Talukder, from a series taken following the Rana Plaza collapse

It started with Suzi's blog The clothes on my back and continues to grow! Now we're determined to keep the conversation alive.

In our latest ethical fashion article, we asked some of our favourite retailers whether they pay living wages and ensure safe work environments. Their answers (and our ratings) are in Are ANY fashion retailers ethical?

Read our Ethical kids' clothing guide.

Find out how to put together a useful, ethical maternity wardrobe.

Discover what clothing retailers said when we asked them about sweatshops: Just a simple “Yes” or “No”, please.

Or check out Things we love to see some beautiful brands and products who are loud and proud about the provenance of their goodies, without even being asked... If you’ve ever wanted to make a difference in the world, getting ethical is a great place to start!

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