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Here’s How to Promote Well-being Through Bonding Activities

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Eco-homeware shop Chalk & Moss offers customers well-being through natural products. New to the shop are organic Scandinavian kitchen and gardening textiles of the highest quality. This timeless collection includes creative and gardening aprons, children’s aprons, oven mitts and reusable tea bags, helping reduce single use waste.

These products not only bring aesthetic joy to the kitchen, but support a key part in looking after you mental well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic. Along with enjoying outdoor exercise, the British people have embraced a love of nurturing seedlings, baking sourdough bread and bonding with our children in these activities.

Behind these sustainable kitchen and garden products is Denmark’s The Organic Company, whose products all meet the stringent GOTS organic certification, which not only safeguards the planet, but also the people working on the products.

On the topic of sustainability in the home, I also wanted to draw your attention to the brand new range of Dolores & Rose shampoo and conditioner bars. Handmade in Yorkshire, this range has been developed by a professional hairdresser and is free of plastic, soap, paraben, and SLS. Unlike many such bars on the market, a mere couple of strokes with these bars produce a cleansing lather and nourishing softness.

The Organic Company is just one of the many brands carefully chosen for their sustainable and nature connected credentials and beautiful design, all hand picked by Chalk & Moss founder and biophilic design expert Anna Sjostrom Walton.

Anna explained that: ‘Biophilic design is all about finding every opportunity in life to connect with nature. Research proves that surrounding ourselves with natural elements such as plants and products in natural materials, textures and colours, can reduce stress hormone production and help to counteract our fast-moving digital lives.’

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