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Springtime in Japan is nothing less than magical. From late March to mid April the country's iconic sakura (cherry blossom) captures the attention of visitors from far and wide who marvel at the short-lived pink flowers on the abundance of cherry trees.
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Mother's Day is just around the corner (Sunday 31st March, pop it in your diary now), and we're taking a moment to sit back and bask in the glory of those mighty Mamas who cross our paths daily. Being a Mum seems to be a job that requires endless amounts of energy, patience and various wipes, so we want to offer up a few ways to treat the Mother in your life like the leading lady that she is, and show her how much all her efforts mean to you.
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Here at Postcards Home, we believe in fair employment and sustainable trade. It just makes sense. When people are paid a decent living wage and their services are valued, productivity goes up and communities flourish, we all win.
We go to great lengths to ensure that the products we sell tell a soulful and sustainable story - one that focuses on people and quality, rather than profits and quantity, and one that is rooted in the places where each product is made.
Every year the fantastic folk at the Fairtrade Foundation run a two-week campaign over February and March to highlight the difference Fairtrade can make to lives and communities around the world. We're getting involved in Fairtrade Fortnight - join us!
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We're not really fans of following the crowd or being slaves to the latest trends, but we do get excited every December when predictions of what the next year might hold start popping up - because, more than anything, in a world with so many different personalities and points of view, it's fascinating to see what unites and excites a fair few of us.
We like to sit back as the new year unfolds and see which of the predicted trends are cementing themselves in our Instagram feeds, home decor, wardrobes and weekends, and this year, we're loving what we're seeing.