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Weekly Menu

            Monday Seitan masala with pasta               Tuesday Pepper and sausages served with bread rolls               Wednesday Chickpea and pasta soup served with home baked bread and hummus           …

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10 Ways to Honor Your Dog’s Memory When They Pass

By Kacey Mya: Dogs are often called man’s best friend, and your pooch more than earned the title. As such, saying goodbye to your four-legged companion is difficult, to say the least. But you can ease a heavy heart by honoring your pet in the way that they deserve and …

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Testing an Easy Solution for Capturing Microfibers

By Larraine Roulston:  Will a new filter now being tested on washing machines solve the problem of plastic microfibers entering our drinking water?  We have begun addressing the accumulation of plastic microbeads in the oceans.Now, another development has emerged. Last year, David Sweetnam, executive director of Georgian Bay Forever, revealed …

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Natural Ways to Encourage Play in Your Kids

By Jennifer Landis: Our hectic modern lifestyles often lead us to structure every moment of our days to make sure we accomplish everything. However, children need unstructured playtime in order to develop social skills and emotional intelligence. Going from screen time to school to soccer practice then back to screen …

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The Five Rs of Fashion

By Fredrica Syren: The clothing industry is the third largest polluter in the world and second in water use. Up to 2,000 different harmful chemicals like formaldehyde, chlorine, lead and mercury are used to produce textiles. Most of the chemicals are used for the dyeing process. The sad part is that …

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Companies Eliminating Single-Use Plastic

By Kim Robson: The days of single-use plastic are numbered. Most of us are too young to remember when a milkman delivered dairy products in reusable glass containers. Also gone are the days of glass soda bottles. But, when I go to Mexico, I can drink real cane sugar Coca-Cola …

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Weekly Menu

Happy Monday and here is my latest weekly menu.             Monday Sweet Potato and quinoa cakes served with a large mixed salad and tzatziki               Tuesday Pesto Potato salad with lots of greens and chickpeas             …

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REVIEW: American Shield Backpack

 When you love a minimalistic life (as we do) and favor not buying unnecessary things, once you do need something, you favor items high in quality that will last longer. My husband desperately needed a new backpack after his was too broken to fix. He searched for a backpack that …

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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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