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Swapping Your Kitchen Essentials for Eco-Friendly Counterparts

Today, being eco-friendly is something that’s becoming increasingly more important to people around the world. And when it comes to reducing your carbon footprint and making choices that are better for the environment, there’s no better place to start than at home. And, the kitchen is the heart of the …

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How to Prevent Air Pollution in Your Home

By Uma Campbell: Mothers will do everything in their power to ensure that their children have a good quality of life. This includes making sure that they always have enough food to eat, clothes to wear, and a roof over their head. Yet, one of the most important determinants of …

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Crafted, Curated and Eco-Friendly Gifts to Treasure

By Jackie Edwards: The perfect gift to give is one that can be appreciated as a long-term keepsake and has rich personal meaning. Gift giving isn’t easy, especially in our world of mass production, where many gifts no longer have a unique value to them. Why give the stereotypical gift from …

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Zero Waste-Enjoy Green Nature with a Green Picnic

By Fredrica Syren: Ahhh summer break is finally here and me and family have 8 weeks of summer fun together. We love spending as much time outdoors as possible and that includes having picnics.There is nothing my kids like more than an outdoor picnic.  We’ll bring a blanket and picnic …

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Benefits of Minimalism + Tips for Beginners

By Kim Robson: “A place for everything, and everything in its place.”  For many of us, when we think of the word “minimalism,” we think of decluttering our homes of useless dust-catchers and tchotchkes. We see images of impossibly stark, barren living spaces, devoid of any humanity, and the mind …

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8 Unique Ways to Cut Costs and Live a Greener Lifestyle

By Kacey Mya: These days, everyone is looking for new ways to go green. Environmental awareness has become much more mainstream, so people are recognizing how their actions impact the planet.Unfortunately, some green efforts, like installing solar panels, can cost a lot of money up front. If on a budget …

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Going Zero Waste on a Budget

By Larraine Roulston: When shopping, there are several opportunities to achieve zero waste, save money and help the planet at the same time. With a tight food budget, however, it can be a bit daunting to accomplish all three. Buy less food; more food; don’t buy food; save money — …

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Things I Have Stopped Buying Since Going Zero Waste

By Fredrica Syren: Since going zero waste and learning to live a simpler life, my family and I have been enjoying the many benefits. Most important among these are reducing our environmental impact on the world, having more time, and experiencing better health. An extra bonus to our zero waste …

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Takeout Food with Zero Waste

By Kim Robson: Bringing home takeout food from my favorite restaurants is one of my guilty pleasures. I can enjoy my meal in the comfort and privacy of my own home, wearing pajamas and fuzzy slippers if I like.I bask in the knowledge that I didn’t have to lift a …

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