Time to fight those winter blues by putting some green and eco-friendly solutions into your life. Here’s some tips: Weatherproofing your home - Some simple, and not too expensive fixes. Light an incense stick and hold it near doors or windows to find leaks… then caulk them. Add a storm door. Install weatherstripping around doors […]
Spring is here. The flowers are blooming, the allergies are beginning, and lawns and trees are becoming green. So time to put away the snow boots and get out your favorite rain boots. My favorite rain boots are also made from an eco-friendly, textile rubber is “The Folding Rainboot” by Redfoot. Did I mention these […]
I’ve always recycled grocery bags, but over the past two months grocery bags have actually become a commodity here in Montgomery County, MD. A law was passed to require certain stores to charge five-cents on each plastic or paper bag they provided us. Being a green enthusiast I am all for this! The Law which […]
Got a cold or allergies? How about using a reusable facial tissue: a handkerchief! I'm not a fan of snot in my pocket but this Q & A With Sandra Allen of Lunapads has turned me and gotten me to give it a shot - and I liked it!
Green tea is good for the body and I think it's good for the soul. Helping battle cardiovascular disease and possibly even cancer, this antioxidant packed drink should replace your morning coffee nicely!
Just cause shredded paper is paper doesn't mean it's fit for recycling. Check out some info about why shredded paper sometimes cannot be recycled and how to find out if it belongs in your recycling bin!
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