Mother’s Day Gift Guide: Our Top 5 gift ideas to promote Self-Care and Wellness by Ella Rose Cleaver
There is much confusion in this area.
Everything is chemicals, down to the most benign H2O, and nature, as we all know, can be dangerous.
In the 1980’s the anti-cigarette movement really began to take hold.
A combination of ever-increasing class action lawsuits, the increase in scientific evidence against nicotine leaving nowhere to hide, and an emerging alternative in the form of e-cigarettes, created a perfect storm and proved to be a force for good.
Now we have Imperial Tobacco rebranded as Blu and Philip Morris pioneering lung health.
It’s in the air. A certain exhilaration has come upon us as we look forward to a post covid spring, the future, and enjoying life at its fullest.
For me there is one thing that I really want to celebrate and that is the sense of smell, for those of us who still have it and no longer feel at threat of losing it.
Ever in search of optimal sustainability I am a regular attendee of the Packaging and Labelling Fairs, intent on discovering what is new and evolving.
It's a strangely uplifting experience as all suppliers are having to up their game in terms of sustainability. This year, instead of being a confined section of the Fair, it was ubiquitous.
I'm not alone in my love of forests and they really do seem to come into their own at this time of year. So for November's mix I have had a trip around the world to bring together a few of the best forest scents.