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Cate & Levi Hand Puppets Review

By Fredrica Syren: As an eco-friendly family, we take steps to reduce our carbon footprint by refusing plastic, especially when it comes to our children’s toys. It’s a huge step in the right direction, so if you want to make sure your children’s toys are as sustainable as possible, choose …

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Easy Science Experiments for Kids

By Kim Robson: Little kids are natural scientists. They’re curious about the world around them and are constantly learning new things about how it works. As winter approaches and outdoor time is reduced, here are a few fun DIY at-home science experiments you and your kids can enjoy together! First …

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4 Environmentally Friendly Ways to Clean Your Car

By Kacey Bradley: The amount of mud, muck, snow, dirt and other debris our cars’ exteriors deal with on a day-to-day basis is massive. If you spend a lot of time in your vehicle, the condition of its interior can start to go downhill quickly, too. That’s why it’s important …

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9 Attractive Flowers that Bloom in the Winter Season

By Ann Sander: If you are a fan of flowers but cannot grow some due to extreme weather conditions in your area during winter, worry no more. There are several flowers that bloom in the winter time such as Nemesia, Witch Hazel and Pansy flower. These flowers are known to …

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How You Can Save Money while Going Green with Your Family

By Fredrica Syren: We’re want to save more money to buy a house with a larger backyard. So to keep living green and healthy and still save money, we have been making some small changes. Some ideas I listed below might seem so small that you’ll wonder how they can …

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A Guide to Cycling on the Road with Children

By David Bender: Many parents are anxious about cycling on the road with their children. The reality is that there are real risks involved in allowing the children on the road; however, it is not cause for being extremely phobic. The key is teaching your children to assess the risks …

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Be Organized: Secrets to Keeping Your Home in Tip-Top Shape

By Helen Bradford: Although it’s really a challenge to keep a home tidy at all times, leaving it to be overrun by a mess is even worse. Psychologists have pointed out many times the importance of exercising order at home since it will then transfer to other aspects of our …

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One Pot Warming Meals for Autumn

By Emma Grace Fairchild: If you’ve read the recent article on seasonal autumn produce, you may be inspired to get into the kitchen and get cooking. This is a great time of year for warm, hearty dishes like soups, stews and porridge. With cold season and winter holidays coming up, …

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Coffee Conundrum: Ways to Make Coffee Culture More Sustainable

By Christina Belloso: The popularization of our coffee culture has made accessibility of coffee more efficient than ever. From smaller, independent cafes popping up in the city, to the increase of at-home coffee systems being purchased, consumers are enjoying convenience without compromising on quality. Unfortunately, the environment suffers as the …

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Seven Months and Lots of Changes—What’s Happening at the EPA?

By Fredrica Syren: It’s been a little over seven months since Scott Pruitt became the leader of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and under his leadership the EPA  has seen lots of changes. Scott Pruitt spent six years as the Oklahoma’s attorney general, suing the very same agency he now …

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