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Eco-Friendly Gift Wrapping

Wordless Wednesday, a simple post which features a photo to convey a message that speaks for itself without using words; well not a lot of words! And, the most unique gift wrapping idea goes to auntie Fiona, for using her university class notes! Hope she aced the class because it is all in the recycling […]

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How To Create Less Waste Over The Holidays

The food has been eaten, the last drop of wine has been poured, and the gifts have all been unwrapped. You may ask, “What do I do with all the leftovers cluttering my house? Throw it all in the trash?” Wrong. Before you go all lazy on me and decide it is just easier to […]

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Project Green Foot- week 16

We arrived safe and sound in Montreal on Thursday for our 2 week visit back home. We have spent the last 3 days with family laughing, eating and unwrapping gifts. We asked our family to consider waste-free gifts for all three of us and we were pleasantly surprised with the thought that went into the […]

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Coal- a Joe Mohr cartoon

I love cartoons, but add some greenness to the cartoon and I am tickled green! I especially enjoyed them as a kid. But what kid doesn’t like cartoons, really? Joe Mohr uses his amazing writing and drawing talent paired with his humour to create one of a kind cartoons to get his environmental message across! I am lucky enough to be ale to share 5 […]

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Snow

Wordless Wednesday, a simple post which features a photo to convey a message that speaks for itself without using words; well not a lot of words! Looking forward to going home on Thursday and hugging this guy! And, playing in the snow with this little terror!! As well as, laughing, sharing and chowing down on […]

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Project Green foot- Week 15

Saturday was a girl day out for this mom, and some much needed time alone. I went to Iona Hair Salon for the second time in Fort Worth to get my hair colored and cut. I love this salon to pieces as they use organic color systems hair color which is vegan and organic; the people […]

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Stream of Consciousness: Kombucha

I love kombucha. Kombucha is an effervescent tea-based beverage that is often drunk for its anecdotal health benefits or medicinal purposes. Kombucha is available commercially and can be made at home by fermenting tea using a visible, solid mass of yeast and bacteria which forms the Kombucha culture. I have not ventured into making my […]

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Raw Cinnamon Brownies

The holidays are just around the corner, and I am running around preparing our trip back home  We leave next week for a full 2 weeks. Not only do I need to pack, but I also need to come up with a few meal plans for the 24th and 25th to ensure I have something […]

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Monsanto Claus- a Joe Mohr cartoon

I love cartoons, but add some greenness to the cartoon and I am tickled green! I especially enjoyed them as a kid. But what kid doesn’t like cartoons, really? Joe Mohr uses his amazing writing and drawing talent paired with his humour to create one of a kind cartoons to get his environmental message across! I am lucky enough to be ale to share 5 […]

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Her Shadow

Wordless Wednesday, a simple post which features a photo to convey a message that speaks for itself without using words; well not a lot of words! Simplicity!

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Project Green Foot: Week 14

Saturday was a fun-filled day for us: we travelled to Dallas for the day and got a few things off our to-do list. Little E desperately needed some warmers clothing, like long sleeve shirts and sweaters, so we headed to H&M to pick up some of their organic cotton and recycled clothing from their conscious collection, which I love. I know we could have probably bought secondhand, but I […]

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I'm Stephanie, the Good Girl Gone Green, and I'm excited to share my own experiences with learning to live a greener, healthier life!

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