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How to Connect to the Ethernet – Computer, Phone and Tablet

Connecting to the Ethernet has many benefits, no matter who you are or what your reason is. If you are looking for a safer way to use the internet than wifi – this if for you. If you want to have a good connection for video calls or games – this is for you. If […]

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When Building Biology Means Building Courage

Developments in My World Around Building Biology Building courage has been important in these three great things that have happened in the last week or so. First Firstly, I finnnaaalllllyyyyyy completed my Advanced Diploma in Building Biology. With only one subject to go, loads of travel, and a lot of work on my plate, it […]

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Sick Building Syndrome: Is Your Workplace Healthy?

“Sick Building Syndrome” is a term that has been around for a few decades to explain how and why people are affected by their buildings. As a building biologist, I am frequently assessing the health of buildings (whether they are sick or not) and how they may impact upon the health of the occupants – […]

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Pests – Managing Them In The Garden, Chemical-Free

Pests: What are They? When you really stop and think about it, pests are critters in the wrong place at the wrong time. They are important parts of nature and they do play a role however, we don’t always want them in our gardens. I have lost countless seedlings and a lot of fruit crops […]

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Lyn McLean – An Interview

Lyn McLean I first met Lyn McLean when I was reaching out to find speakers for the 2015 Environmental Sensitivities Symposium. I had read her book, The Force and was impressed with her knowledge and expression, and just knew she would contribute something amazing to the Symposium. When we first talked, I was taken with her […]

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Author of all content is Lucinda Curran, unless otherwise indicated.