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Has the spring cleaning bug arrived early in your home? It has in mine.
Push plants into an early harvest
Meditation led by Shaolin monks from China brought a trip to Monart to a different level, writes Susan Morrell.
Canning and preserving is a timeless way of extending the life of summer's bounty into the colder months. Autumnal fruits are perfect for preserving too.
A trip to the top resort of Val D'Isere persuades Susan Morrell that there's a lot more to skiing than designer gear and dancing on tables.
While we're all beginning to wind down, layer up and ease our way into winter hibernation, it's also the right time to plant spring-flowering bulbs.
Avoid the disposable plastic decorations and costumes this year in favour of resourceful ways of dressing up and decorating your home.
Away from the package holiday centres of southern Gran Canaria, Susan Morrell discovers the dramatic landscapes, family-run farms and comfortable hotels.
Mart's markets in Rathmines Dublin's MART Studios has opened applications to its second Christmas market, open to sellers selling seller-made art, craft, knits, and jewellery.
Are you brave enough to knit your own wardrobe? asks Susan Morrell.
Imagine a world with fewer cars and more trees; or cities with more patches of grass and more open spaces for sitting, playing, protesting, learning or simply being in.
If battery and related waste goes through general metal shredding instead of specialised and compliant recycling, damaging pollutants can be released into the environment.
I recently had the pleasure of getting lost in a second-hand bookshop in New England, surrounded by the soothing scent of old paper and fading inks, writes Susan Morrell.
Europe's forests are reaching saturation point as carbon sinks.
As seasons change, and we experience ups and downs in our own lives, the urge to reorganise - both in a physical and a spiritual sense - is a natural human response.
It's World Kitchen Garden Day today, so why not visit a community growing space near you or start a kitchen garden of your own?
When heat waves kill humans, blame the plants.
You can debate the artistic merits of graffiti until the cows come home, but our innate desire to alter our surroundings as a means of self-expression is here to stay.
Starbucks is to donate 10 cent per coffee purchased to St Michael's House, which provides services and support to intellectually challenged people.
Fresh and healthy summer drinks were a recent fixation of mine. But as temperatures have steadily risen, my need to keep cool has become more urgent.
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