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5 Ways You Can Create An Organized Home

Natalie Wilson: There is no right way to organize your home. No matter what strategy you choose, it has to work with your habits, lifestyle and taste. There are some small and smart approaches you can take to get organized in order to save the money, time and stress that …

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How Adopting Green Practices Leads to a Healthier Lifestyle

By Michelle Joe:    Source Prolonged sickness, depression, anxiety and chronic exhaustion are some terms regarding the health status of most people around us. In the past, these issues were not as common. Of course, something went wrong along the way, and it is about time we make the necessary changes …

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Mushroom Stroganoff

This a vegan take on a very classic dish that is perfect on a cold day and it sure is comfort food. I like to make mine in the crockpot so I have dinner ready when we get home. We eat our stroganoff with pasta but it goes well with …

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How to Make Sure Your Child Breathes Healthy Classroom Air

By Fredrica Syren: How sure are you that your child’s classroom is filled with education, not harmful chemicals or dust? As a parent, it’s so important to be your children’s advocate and to make sure their schools, especially the classrooms, do not contain anything that may pose a health risk. …

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DIY Dog Food

ByKim Robson: Pet food is BIG business. Projections estimate the industry to reach $100 billion by 2020. And with an increasing number of brands offering selections that sound more like a ranch-style restaurant menu selection (steak, venison, salmon, bison, wild boar) and less like offal from the slaughterhouse floor (feet, …

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Weekly Menu #29

Happy Monday! Here is my weekly menu.               Monday Buddha Bowl with brown rice, vegan chorizoand lots of veggies             Tuesday Pasta with Mushroom and Chive sauce             Wednesday Quinoa and bean tacos served with …

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Spring Class Schedule

We have some fun classes coming up this spring you don’t want to miss.           Essential oil make-and-take class for girls We will be making a perfume roller using see through rollers with crystals inside and a gold lid, a diffuser bracelet using lava beads and …

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The Construction 3Rs Guide

By Larraine Roulston: The Canadian construction industry generates 9 million tons of demolition waste annually. Almost everywhere, we see buildings or residential homes under construction, renovation or demolition. Think about all the material required to erect new structures and where most materials end up when buildings are upgraded or demolished.   Justin Havre, …

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Moms Don’t Get Sick Leave: How To Survive

By Fredrica Syren: After our family’s relatively healthy fall and winter, my husband and I had just commented on how lucky we have been. Yes, I know: that was a jinx. Before I knew it, one by one, all three kids got sick. Oh, so much fun!!! After spending a …

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Pushing Back on America’s Dangerous War on Germs

By Kim Robson: Why don’t kids get to play in the dirt anymore? Who remembers making mud pies? In this age of hand sanitizing gel everywhere and anti-microbial everything, we seem to be sicker than ever. Want healthier, happierkids with robust immune systems? Let them play in the dirt! Good, …

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