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Top 5 Eco-Friendly Home Improvement Ideas You Must Try Today

By Jenny Harrison: So you have moved into that new house and it doesn’t quite feel like a home yet. There are certain tweaks you would like, wouldn’t you? All homeowners have their own ideas of how they’d like their home to look and feel. Few, however, care about how …

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The Importance of Good Posture

By Larraine Roulston: My childhood memories of maintaining good posture remind me of walking with a book on my head and my mom’s poking me in the back at every appropriate opportunity. Is the teaching of good posture habits and their relationship to healthy bodies a good idea? The year …

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DIY Powerbars

By Kim Robson: One of my favorite go-to traveling snacks is Clif Bars. They don’t melt in the car or your purse; they don’t shatter into a billion pieces when you bite into them, as granola bars can; and they come in an array of delicious flavors. But lately, I’ve …

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Weekly Menu #15

By Fredrika Syren: Another busy week and my meal planning is the key to stay healthy and eat healthy and clean eating foods. This week is a little international food week for us with asian noodles, Mexican enchiladas, italian pizza and American inspired mac ‘n cheese:         …

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Szechuan Noodles with Minced Quorn

By Fredrica Syren:             Serves 4 I bag of minced Quorn ½ cup minced yellow onion 2 garlic cloves, grated 1tsp ginger, grated 1/2 -1 tsp crushed red pepper (more of less depending how spicy you want it) 1 tbsp. Sesame seeds 2 tbsp. corn …

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How We Do To Reduce Our Carbon Footprints

By Fredrica Syren: This week world scientist issued an warming: We only have 12 years to limit climate change catastrophe. What happens if we let climate change continue? Small episode of additional warming matters because it increases the risk of profound or even irreversible changes, such as the loss of …

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How to Raise a Low Tech Child

By Larraine Roulston: Today’s media-entrenched children reap the benefits of technology but also encounter several of its negative effects. In this digital and emotional world, establishing a workable balance in order to raise healthy childrenis imperative.Too much television and other variations of screen time can result in obesity, shorter attention …

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Climate Change Is Affecting Health Issues

By Kim Robson: As global climate change takes hold of our planet, warmer temperatures are bringing about an unexpected consequence: increased risk of certain illnesses. From asthma and Lyme disease to mold and parasites, warmer temperatures are great for these pathogens, but not so great for us. Let’s discuss a …

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Weekly menu #14

By Fredrica Syren: This week is short one for us because we’re going out of town on Friday to celebrate hubby’s birthday. My lemon tree is giving us a couple of lemons each day so I’m using them in cooking and love flavor is lemon with pasta like my lemon …

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