It’s the middle of winter, your home has been closed up for a few months now and it’s the height of cold and flu season. If the wintertime blahs have taken hold in your home, it’s time to let some sunshine in and give your home a fresh new feel for the new year. Indoor air can be even more polluted than outdoor air, and since we’re inside most of the winter, it’s a good idea to do a little detox. Continue reading
What keeps you from going green? Is it too much of a hassle? You’re not sure you want to buy into “that” lifestyle? You’re not interested in giving up your car, living in a cob house and going vegan? Or you think what little you can do won’t make that big of an impact?
There are a lot of misconceptions about green living that get in the way. The biggest one might be the last thing we mentioned. In reality, every little bit does help. Your contribution may be small, but lots of tiny drops of water soon fill a bucket. We talk a lot about living green, how to do it with style, and how easy it is. Today, we’re going to look at those myths, the reasons why people aren’t adopting a more sustainable lifestyle. Continue reading
It’s a new year, time for new beginnings and new habits. For many, a common New Year’s resolution is to make greener choices. Some things are easy—like recycling, switching to reusable bags and things like that. Other things take some thought. They’re not hard, not really, but they require being a more conscious consumer. That’s what this post is all about—taking the time to evaluate your choices before you open your wallet. Continue reading
He’s makin’ a list… ‘Tis the season to start thinking about gift giving. From holiday gift exchanges at work to family celebrations, host gifts, and little thank you’s and stocking stuffers, from now through New Year’s, we’re in gift-giving territory. Holiday shopping doesn’t have to be a hassle. We’ve got ideas for everyone on your list, even Fido! And what’s even better, they’re all green—sustainable to the core—and designed to fit the way you really live.
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Every year it happens. The annual holiday bonanza that begins around Halloween and continues throughout New Year’s Day is filled with parties, celebrations, lots of friends and family, and of course food. And of course, the star of the average American holiday meal is the turkey. Though we’re all used to making wise choices when it comes to purchasing groceries—we seek out locally-grown, or organic products and we’re willing to pay a bit more for them—when it comes to the turkey, eyebrows get raised. Before you bring out the serving platter, make your choice of the right bird for your family. Continue reading