There are so many benefits of having plants located in your home and workspace, like lowering levels of anxiety, increasing attentiveness and memory, and reducing stress levels. Give them a go and see if you notice the difference!
Our hands are pretty incredible. They help us to express ourselves, to eat, to drink, to get the daily chores done, to get our work done, to play with our children, to hold our loved ones. We use them constantly, for the big and the small. But oftentimes, we don’t give them enough love and attention. A quick wash in the sink, a slap of excess face cream so it doesn’t go to waste. You might have your facial skincare routine down to a tee, but what about your hand care routine? If it needs some work, don’t worry, we’re...
British rivers are amazing. They cut through our countryside to create the beautiful landscape we’re surrounded by, and they are chock-full with wildlife. As we all know water health across the UK isn't what it should be. Here are some tips to help you support and improve British waterways.
The menopause can bring a lot of changes to your skin. It can be stressful and upsetting, but you’re not the first woman to go through it and you certainly won’t be the last! These tips will help you to soothe the torments of menopausal skin.
Although we might be famous for our wet British weather, the Environmental Agency argues that we could be facing serious water shortages in the next 25 years, thanks to a rising population and climate change.
We may have heard the term parabens thrown around a lot in the media, but do we really know what they are? Here's a guide to all things paraben and how you can make changes towards a paraben-free life!
Being in nature can help you feel less stressed, relax, and improve your general mood. Here at KiteNest, we want your mental health to be in the best shape possible, so we’ve come up with a list of 5 suggestions to help you reconnect with nature.
Backyard Nature is a project working towards raising awareness, helping people connect to the world and save the nature on our doorsteps. One of the coolest things about Backyard Nature is that you get to pick your patch - and they don’t mind if it’s as big as a football pitch, or just a little plant pot on your bedroom window