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4 Eco-Friendly Spring Cleaning Ideas

The birds are chirping, the sun is shining, and the flowers are in full bloom. Spring is here, signaling the start of a new season and an opportunity to embrace a fresh, new beginning. What better way to feel revitalized than by cleaning out your house? Before you grab your …

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Weekly Menu #35

I was getting a bit bored of my recipes so this week I had some fun trying a few new recipes.                 Monday Rustic Lentil Stew             Tuesday Beet and cauliflower Soup             …

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Zero Waste–Things NEVER To Put Down the Drain

By Fredrica Syren: No place in a home — other than the drain — do we discard waste and never think about it again. It might seem like a convenient way to get rid of unwanted liquid waste and be done with it, but truth is that whatever goes down …

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Starting Seeds Indoors

By Larraine Roulston: Those of us fortunate enough to have a residential garden, balcony space or a plot in a community vegetable/flower garden can reward themselves with some homegrown vegetables. You’ll find that getting an early start by planting a few seeds indoors will be more economical than buying transplants. Vegetables …

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10 Fail-Safe Plants to Keep Indoors

By Kacey Mya: Not everyone has a green thumb. But indoor gardening makes the task of keeping plants alive a little bit easier because you can cultivate your plants in a controlled climate year-round. Better yet, some varieties grow well indoors with very little attention required. So, if you want …

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DIY Essential Oil Household Cleaner Class

Here is the next class happening! Make sure to sign up and learn how to make your own household cleaners.   Make and Take Plant-Based and Toxic Free Household Cleaners Common household cleaners contains an array of chemicals which are harmful to your family, pets and the planet. It’s easy …

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DIY Zero Waste First Aid Kit

By Kim Robson: For many years, I’ve always kept handy two tins of Burt’s Bees Wise Woman Comfrey Comfort Salve — one in the medicine cabinet and one in my purse. These days, it’s been rebranded as Burt’s Bees Res-Q Ointment, but it’s still exactly the same formulation: a soothing …

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Plant-based Weekly Family Menu

It’s harvest time on Green Mom Homestead and to avoid wasting veggies all of our meals contains lots of veggies and even our breakfasts sometime has green like kale in them.             Monday French Buckwheat Neatloaf served with roasted veggies             …

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How Volunteering Can Help Boost Students’ Prospects

By Poppy Jones:  With busy work and school revision schedules, students often can push aside the idea of volunteering. However, the benefits of volunteering are enormous and often overlooked. So, what better way to use long summer months than by volunteering? In recent years, charities across the globe have been …

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Fighting Climate Change with Diet Change

By Cami Hoffman: When I was little, I thought about my future a lot. I thought about what job I’d have, what house I’d live in, what I’d look like at the ripe old age of 80. I remained blissfully ignorant of the fact that I might not actually live …

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