5 tips to help you prepare for the Fall/Winter months….I know, I thought Summer just started too! If your home is heated with hot water and/or electric baseboards, they will only run at maximum efficiency if the baseboard convectors and radiators are kept clean. They depend on air flowing through the many fins that surround […]
While grocery shopping is a necessity, it doest mean we should not take the planet into consideration during our weekly outing. There are many ways that the food and products you buy at the grocery store impact the environment. Fossil fuels are being burnt to transport products into the grocery store; items are wrapped in […]
I was asked by Diana a sweet, crunchy, and witty blogger to write a guest post on “10 ways to go green-simply.” Of course I could not refuse her request, so you will find me over at Hormonal Imbalances today! Please go and take a peek at my crafty work. Have a great week-end everyone!
The government hasn’t stepped up to the plate to implement stronger laws to make our personal care products safer. Companies just keep going on their merry way doing what they do because they are not being forced to make changes to have safer products. So where does that leave us? We can demand change with […]
Have you ever wondered how much plastic you use in a day? A week? A month? I have always been pretty conscious of how much plastic I use and buy on a daily basis, but I was curious to see if there was a way that I could further reduce my plastic consumption. This is […]
Did you know that 60,000 plastic water bottles are disposed of in landfills daily in the United States alone? To me that is a frightening number. That is a lot of plastic just sitting in a pile somewhere. Plastic water bottles negatively impact our planet to a greater extent than just sitting in a landfill […]
Where do your fruits and veggies come from? It is amazing to me how today we are “fortunate” enough to have access to any type of food, no matter the time of year. We eat berries and cucumbers in the middle of winter; we can have oranges in the summer. Now take a step back and […]
When I see garbage cans overflowing with recyclables, it breaks my heart. When I see plastic bags and disposable plastics wash up on the shores of our oceans, rivers and lakes, it makes me sad. When I see cows being force-fed corn, it makes me sick to my stomach. When I see people turn a […]