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Does Your Water Have Estrogen In It?

The following post is from Katie of Kitchen Stewardship: Does Your Water Have Estrogen In It? Want to meet a transvestite fish? Perhaps I should say “transgendered,” since fish don’t wear clothes or make their own choices on sexual preference. Unfortunately for a group of white sucker fish in Colorado, we humans have made some…

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Organizing Homemade Cleaners and Supplies – Part 2

The following post is from Emily of Live Renewed: Organizing Homemade Cleaners and Supplies - Part 2 Last month we talked about ways that you can organize your homemade green cleaners and supplies, and this month I wanted to share what I’ve done around my house to get my supplies and homemade cleaners in order.…

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What to Do with Your Stuff After Decluttering

During the quarantine, you may have done a little bit of decluttering to make productive use of your time. If so, you are likely left with a ton of stuff you no longer want or need. Putting everything in the Dumpster may be a waste, especially for items that are still useful and in good…

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Living the Green Life: Here’s What You Can Do to Save Cash and Go Green

More people are becoming environmentally conscientious today than ever before in history, especially families with children to think about. And as the scientific community continues to build consensus regarding the impacts of anthropogenic climate change, more people see both the ethical and financial benefits of living a green life.  Studies have shown that 97 percent of actively…

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Smart and Simple Ways That Your Household Can Go Greener This Year

Let’s face it: we are all looking for ways to go greener. Over the past few years, it has been impossible to ignore the signs of climate change. It tells that global warming has dominated the news cycle to the extent that it has since 2020. We have seen extreme weather events worldwide, from Australia…

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Read more about the article 66 Simple and Effective Ways to Practice Zero Waste in Your Daily Life
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66 Simple and Effective Ways to Practice Zero Waste in Your Daily Life

As the global ecological crisis worsens, more and more people realize current green practices aren’t enough. And this holds true even in the domain of waste management and disposal. Namely, although recycling policies can make an enormous impact on the environment, they won’t be able to solve the current waste problem. However, one concept could…

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5 Reasons Electric Scooters Are the Most Popular Ride for Young Adults

5 Reasons Electric Scooters Are So Popular Electric scooters are all the rage in Australia and other continents – and rightly so! They have found a large customer base in teens and young adults. Here are the top 5 reasons for their popularity: Economical As e-scooters use electricity as fuel, they don’t require petroleum-based fuel.…

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