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Tag Archives: eco friendly
The following is a guest post from Anne of ModernMrsDarcy. Anne is a natural living junkie, hobby nutritionist, and homeschooling mom to 4 crazy kids. She loves Jane Austen, strong coffee, the summer reading, and social media. You can find … Continue reading
Being Eco-Friendly With Your Food – Even When You’re Finished With It Last week, I was at my local retailer doing some homemaking-related shopping. I bought some water softener for the wash, a new garlic press, and a cutting board. … Continue reading
Get Your Kids Interested In Going Green Nearly everyone these days is interested in reducing their carbon footprint. As Americans we tend to overindulge and use and waste more than is ever necessary. While the concept of “going green” has … Continue reading
(This is the first post in an installment in which I share my results working through the projects in the ebook One Bite At a Time. Stay tuned for more!) I wrote a review of Simple Mom’s new ebook 52 … Continue reading
Our dryer went tango uniform the other week. It belongs to our landlord, who, per the terms of our lease, is supposed to fix it. He has been curiously silent despite our attempts to contact him. Oh, well. I told … Continue reading
If you’ve ever felt totally intimidated at the thoughts of making changes to “green” up your life, fear not. The Green Year: 365 Small Things You Can Do to Make a Big Difference is a book that can ease your … Continue reading
My guest this week is ChicagoHealers.com Practitioner Dr. Raymond Hatland, DDS We’re talking about bottled versus tap water. In our modern age with its focus on convenience, bottled water has become extremely popular. But the plastic bottles are also spawning … Continue reading
If you’re a big tea drinker, you may go through several bags of tea each day. While some prefer loose leaf tea (tea purists do, typically bagged tea is inferior quality), nothing beats the convenience of tea bags, and most … Continue reading
For almost a decade (really, as long as I can remember) there were water restrictions here in my home state of Georgia. But in the last year, we’ve had so much rainfall that the bans have been lifted. Still, if … Continue reading
Ugh. The all natural creepy crawly critters are loving my efforts to have a more eco-friendly home. The cans, bottles (even when well rinsed), cardboard boxes and plastic containers provide everything they need: tiny bits of food provide endless nourishment … Continue reading