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Seventh Generation Natural Toilet Bowl Cleaner, Emerald Cypress & Fir

Seventh Generation Natural Toilet Bowl Cleaner, Emerald Cypress & Fir

As I’ve been going through this “winter” spring cleaning process I’ve discovered that most of the natural cleaners have no color to them, because most have no unnecessary chemicals. So I must say how strange it was to use a toilet bowl cleaner and not have the normal blue liquid come out… instead it looked just like […]


How Green is Your Gold?

How Green is Your Gold?

It may be the smallest thing you wear, but when it comes to saying something about you, that tiny band around your finger shouts louder than everything else in your wardrobe put together. It tells the world if you are married; it can give an indication of class, taste and status. It will be rich […]


Practical Tips for an Eco-Friendly Wedding

Practical Tips for an Eco-Friendly Wedding

Tying the knot the Eco-friendly way can be both fun and beneficial not only to the environment, but to your budget as well. A wedding is a grand celebration and usually requires a little bit of splurging. However, whether you believe it or not, it’s still possible to have an elegant wedding celebration while going […]


How Much Energy Will You Save With a Wood-Burning Stove?

How Much Energy Will You Save With a Wood-Burning Stove?

Most people go with their gut feeling when they’re figuring out whether or not a wood-burning stove will save them energy and, as a result, money. In this post we’re going to examine the figures to try to get some like-for-like comparisons with other methods of home heating. Of course, that’s not an easy evaluation […]


Composting from Scratch

Composting from Scratch

The practice of composting is finally becoming a common again after suffering large-scale abandonment with the invention of chemical fertilizers. Decomposed organic matter is very effective plant food, and if you want some, getting your hands on the necessary ingredients is as easy as taking a look into your trash can. Let’s take a gander […]