Why We Pretty Much Ignore Our Grass (& You Should, Too)

The following post is from Katie of Kitchen Stewardship: Why We Pretty Much Ignore Our Grass   "Ugh, it's the little white balls again." "I don't like the little white balls - they're yucky, right, Mommy?" "Yep...they scare me. We could cross the street so we don't have to walk through them but they have…

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5 Outdoor Projects for Going Green this Spring

So this crazy warm weather we're having this spring (80 degrees in March?!) has really put me in the mood to get outside and get started on outdoor projects which are usually left until late April, and sometimes don't get started until May! Since we moved into our house almost three years ago, we've been adding…

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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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Making Your Own Reusable Pads

The following post is from Krystal of Krystal Griffin Photography: Making Your Own Reusable Pads Over the last six months, I have stumbled over several sources on the web discussing the benefits of natural menstrual care products.  The issue that peaks my interest over and over again has been some of the unintended health benefits…

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