Half of Brits opt out of turkey this Christmas: sustainable food, relaxation and gifts with purpose on the menu this year: Readly
- Kimberly Wyatt's tips for a sustainable & stress-less Christmas
STOCKHOLM, Dec. 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Despite the announcement of restrictions lifting over the festive period, over a third of us have decided to say goodbye to an indulgent Christmas and opt for a low-key, at home celebration, with relaxation, reading, family favourite foods and sustainable gifts top priority.
Kimberly Wyatt, Celebrity Masterchef Winner and Pussycat Doll, said:
"Living a sustainable life is really important to my family and our Christmas. We will be eating locally sourced fruit and vegetables and giving gifts that I know will be used. I hate waste, so I will use every bit of what I cook and serve up leftovers as comforting dishes with light fresh flavours such as rhubarb and blackberry. There'll be lots of healthy yet yummy treats thrown in the mix too! I'm always on the lookout for inspiration and saving off recipes from digital magazines - lunch will be a culmination of all the best things I've discovered and bookmarked in Readly this year."
Say goodbye to `closet clutter'
2) Technology or digital subscriptions (29%)
3) Food (26%)
5) Home-made items (13%)
A Giftcard to Readly digital magazine app makes the perfect gift this Christmas. With 5,000 magazines and newspapers on the platform, it can inspire a hobby or passion, entertain us and keep us informed.
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