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Camping Hacks

 By Kim Robson We at Green-Mom are big fans of camping, and this time of year is when everyone wants to get out of the city for some quality nature time. The more you camp, the better you get at it. Practice makes perfect! So here are a few tricks, tips …

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Celebrity Lifestyle Inspired Parties with a Green Twist!

 By Arianna Pierce Summer is the prime season for fabulous parties and cozy get-togethers. Warm weather, sunshine and trips to the beach seem to bring out the best in everyone! As we see from the covers of grocery store tabloids, celebrities jet to a warmer climate whenever they feel like …

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The Many Uses of Epsom Salt

By Kim Robson On Green-Mom, we’ve discussed salt and its many various health and household uses. Epsom salt is the common name for magnesium sulfate, an extremely versatile household product, with many helpful applications ranging from providing DIY spa treatments to soothing sore muscles to fertilizing soil. Epsom salt has …

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Losing Touch with Nature in the Cyber World

By Asha Kreiling Since when are computer and television screens more exciting than the outdoors? When did iPads and video games replace fort building and tree climbing? Are we, especially younger generations, losing touch with the natural world as technology advances? It seems we are spending more time working, communicating …

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Review: Dr. Bronner’s Products

By Fredrica Syren I got an opportunity to try a few products from Dr. Bronner’s company. What I really like about Dr. Bronner’s personal products is that they are certified under the USDA National Organic Program as well as Fair Trade certified! Dr. Bronner’s has a wide range of organic …

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Aromatherapy: Healing through Essential Oils

By Dawna Matthews I have been playing in my garden quite a bit lately — smelling herbs and flowers, feeling the sunshine, and watching my daughter laugh and run with wild abandon. Oftentimes, we will cut flowers, vegetables and herbs. Chloe and I always take a moment to bring the cuttings close to our …

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Green Summer–Eco-Friendly Swimwear

By Amanda Wilkes Summer is my favorite season. I spend all year getting ready to look fit in my bikini, but recently I have been wondering if my healthy figure could be accompanied by an all natural suit. I am the girl who will buy organic cotton whenever possible and …

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Blackfish Movie

 By Kim Robson We at Green-Mom have written before about the injustice and cruelty of keeping captive orcas at marine parks like Sea World. Orcas, also called killer whales, are the most famous and iconic symbol of Sea World’s dominance over the seas. These intelligent mammals reach weights in excess of 10,000 pounds and …

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What It Means To Be an Environmentalist

By Asha Kreiling I’m no John Muir, but I do recycle! Am I an environmentalist? I’d like to say so, but what does that even mean — to be an environmentalist? I think it means many different things to many different people. To some, it means doing simple things to …

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