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Friday, 5 October 2018

Bukit Jelutong #8 Plant Exchange & Adoption Programme and Flea Market

Time flies very fast . BJ Green Rangers had announced that the 8th BJPE will be held this coming 20th October 2018.

Surprise surprise...can you spot me in the banner? Yup.. the photo was taken during last BJPE. There were loads of plants donated by BJ Green Rangers and members of the public. I can't be sure but I think there were at least 1000 plants given out on last BjPE. Mamarazzi and me alone brought over around 100 plants and all were snapped up.

I guess this coming BJPE will be way better  than the last  as there  are plenty of interesting programme listed. I know Mamarazzi would be very happy as I heard there would be free coffee.

As for me, I hope that there will be many  visitors come to my stall. Am gonna "open" business there. Will be selling books and vegetables from Mamarazzi' s garden.

Mark your calender and do drop by if you have the time ya. See you there!


Thursday, 4 October 2018

Getting Natural In The Nursery



You wouldn’t be here if you didn’t already know about the benefits of a natural home. Going natural is often the best way for both you and your family to achieve the lifestyles you’re after.

You’ll find natural choices are especially beneficial when it comes to raising a family. We’ve spoken in the past about how gardening with kids is always a good idea. But, there’s no reason you should stop there when it comes to letting nature into their lives.

In truth, you can start introducing this lifestyle well before they’re able to use a spade. There’s nothing to stop you introducing them to the benefits of nature the moment they come into the world. The sooner, the better, as they say. With that in mind, you might want to consider a few of the ways you can introduce nature into your little one’s nursery. Lucky for you, we have some pointers to help you do just that.

Consider natural materials



It should go without saying that a room filled with natural materials is your best bet here. Investing in plastic cribs and the like just won’t have the same impact. By comparison, a nursery which makes use of wood more than anything else is sure to look amazing. The good news is, there are plenty of opportunities to introduce wood into the space. You could opt for a wooden floor for one, which is both practical and beautiful. You could also either make wooden furniture, or invest in ready-made wooden options like the nursery furniture sets from Cuckooland. You could even take this further by investing in natural wooden toys for display. A wooden dial hanging from the ceiling would be the ideal way to complete this all-natural room. Whatever you do, steer clear of synthetic materials which will look out of place.

Incorporate plants

We know what you’re thinking; aren’t plants and babies a bad mix? Undeniably, you need to be careful about what you choose for this. Still, there are plenty of plants out there which are 100% safe. Given that these have the benefits of purifying nursery air, they’re worth your attention. There are plenty of guides out there to give you an idea here. Options like snake plants and spider plants are both well worth your attention. As well as their health benefits, these bring a beautiful natural appearance to any nursery.


Keep the space clear

There may not be anything natural per se about a clean room. Most of nature can get pretty wild. But, you’ll also find that keeping the nursery clear of clutter will work wonders here. There’s something about a clean room which lets air circulate and keeps things fresh. Pair this with that natural wooden floor, and you’ll have a natural nursery to die for in no time. Of course, keeping a baby’s room clean isn’t always easy. Your best bet for success is to incorporate plenty of storage units, and clean little and often to keep on top.


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