Facebook has recently made some tweaks to their system that means some of our posts may not be showing up in your newsfeed. There’s a quick and easy fix for that! It only takes only a moment and you can do this for our page and any others you really like.
First, go to our Facebook page. Ready?
Just below the main photo, over on the right you’ll see a “Liked” button (if you don’t already like us, you’ll see a “Like” button – go ahead and click to like us).
Hover over that button—don’t click—and make sure “Show in News Feed” is selected. If it’s not, click it now.
In that same menu you’ll see “Settings”—click that to bring up the options for which updates to see.
The default is “Most Updates”, but you can also select “All Updates” or “Only Important”. If you select “All Updates” you’ll be back to seeing all the cool posts and things we share on Facebook.
If you leave it at “Most Updates”, the more you interact with any page—sharing, liking, or commenting on posts—the more likely you are to see their updates in your feed.
Unless you’ve been living a green life for years your home is probably a mixture of the eco-friendly and the not-so-eco-friendly. Most people are not going to run out and redecorate their entire home all at once. And it wouldn’t be a very eco-friendly action anyway!
We prefer to take the “one-step-at-a-time” approach to green – starting with little things, establishing new habits and making greener choices when the time comes to replace items. With all the eco-friendly home products out there today, it’s possible to go green no matter what your décor style. So how do you keep track of your favorite looks or items over time? Continue reading
Happy Earth Month! And welcome to our brand new blog!
At bambeco, we were so excited about Earth Day, and the Billion Acts of Green, that we just couldn’t contain it to one day, or even just one week, so we’ve been celebrating for the entire month of April. We’re extra excited because Earth Day also marks our third anniversary!
This is also our Lifestyle category, where you’ll find posts about green activities, events, people and places.