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A Review of the Brilliant Earth Online Store

This article is a review of the Brilliant Earth online store which sells fine jewelry.  They use gems that have been selected for their ethical and environmentally responsible origins. You can’t believe it, but your baby girl is getting married! You’re confused and excited as your daughter’s special day is quickly approaching, but find overwhelmed…

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Read more about the article Overwhelmed with Green and Natural Living? You Need These 5 Simple Truths
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Overwhelmed with Green and Natural Living? You Need These 5 Simple Truths

The following post is from Emily of Live Renewed: One response I hear a lot when talking to people about their green and natural living journeys is how overwhelming it can be. All of the information, changes to make, and toxins to worry about can really drag you down and even leave you feeling paralyzed,…

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Are big families eco-friendly or a carbon footprint nightmare?

The following post is from Katie of Kitchen Stewardship: Are big families eco-friendly or a carbon footprint nightmare? We all know that buying in bulk, preferably reusing containers when possible, is eco-friendly. But when it comes to having children in Costco-sized portions, the environmentalists start getting testy: “Environmentally irresponsible” “A drain on the world's resources”…

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Does Your Organic Food Have Frequent Flyer Miles, Enough Heavy Metals to Be a Necklace, or Both?

 The following post is from Katie of Kitchen Stewardship: Does Your Organic Food Have Frequent Flyer Miles, Enough Heavy Metals to Be a Necklace or Both? If you were startled by someone cheering in the freezer aisle at Costco last week, my apologies. That was me. I was just excited that the frozen organic broccoli…

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Do You Eat Genetically Modified Foods?

The following post is from Katie of Kitchen Stewardship: Do You Eat Genetically Modified Foods? People criticize me a lot for my casual stance on genetically modified foods. Don't get me wrong, I hate the idea of humans messing with the genes of any other living thing, and I think it's totally wrong from a…

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10 Steps to a Styrofoam Free World

The following post is from Katie of Kitchen Stewardship: Coffee and doughnuts after church, anyone? Unfortunately, since most churches probably use Styrofoam cups for their weekly fellowship, they help contribute to the 25 billion Styrofoam cups trashed every year in America alone. Styrofoam is technically plastic number 6, polystyrene. It can be accepted for recycling,…

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Got Gunk? How to Naturally Clean Your Dishwasher

The following post is from Katie of Kitchen Stewardship: Got Gunk? How to Naturally Clean Your Dishwasher It's the perfect time for fresh starts - New Year's resolutions, losing weight, and setting yearly goals for just about every area of your life. I want to bring your attention to something which may need a fresh…

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6 Simple Steps to a Greener Christmas

The following post is from Katie of Kitchen Stewardship: 6 Simple Steps to a Greener Christmas 92% of Americans now say it's acceptable to “regift” a present you don't want. When I heard that statistic on the radio the other day, it made me think about the slowly turning environmental attitude in America. My optimistic…

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Homemade Vaseline + A Simply Homemade Clean

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The following guest post is from Lisa Barthuly, author of A Simply Homemade Clean: Simplify. Save Money. Two things that seem pretty elusive these days, huh? Not so! Making your own homemade products sounds pretty overwhelming, but the truth is, it’s simple.  I’ve been making my own bath, beauty and cleaning products for over a…

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