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Top Tips for a Sustainable Holiday Season and New Year Too

From reading the Christmas Story before bed on Christmas Eve to leaving out cookies for Santa, the Christmas holiday is steeped with traditions that make the season warm, cozy, merry, and bright. While Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year, it's not really sustainable or eco-friendly when you think about it. In this blog, you can find…

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Smart Savings to Make in Your Home

Do you struggle to save money? You’re not alone. It can be difficult to save, especially if you feel like your income is stretched. If cutting back on your everyday spending is difficult, why not look at ways you can cut back at home? Making some changes to your typical habits could save you a…

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A Way for Single Mothers to Get the Therapy They Need

There’s no doubt that single mothers are among the busiest people on the planet. They have so many responsibilities to juggle that it’s a wonder how any single mothers can maintain their sanity! Unfortunately, though, this isn’t always actually the case. Many single mothers experience struggles with their mental health as a result of the…

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How to Harness Technology for a More Comfortable Life After Retirement

The 21st century has been described as a golden age for older people.  Advances in modern medicine coupled with a marked improvement in the standards of living have contributed to an uptick in life expectancy figures in Western countries. These advances are fueling a steady increase in the population of people over the age of…

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Gardening for engineers and attempts to overcome my brown thumbs

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When people talk about the joy of digging their fingers in the dirt, caring for plants, of harvesting food from their own land, I know exactly what they're talking about. Well, at least to a small degree. I love planting and caring for plants, and there really is nothing better than picking a cherry tomato…

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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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