12 Green & Natural Living Goals for the New Year

The following post is from Emily of Live Renewed: I know, I know, it's not even Christmas yet and here I am about to talk about making New Year's Goals! But the thing is, I've already talked about how to have a simple Christmas this year, and as Katie recently pointed out, she's already covered…

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How to Have a “Green” Christmas

The following post is from Katie of Kitchen Stewardship: Everyone knows Christmas is a green holiday, even the Grinch, so it should be easy to write something in December for "Green" Your Way, right? I'm feeling a little grinchy about it, actually. I've wracked my brain and thought and thought for a week about something…

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6 Eco-Friendly Heating Tips for the Winter

The following post is from Emily of Live Renewed: The days are getting cooler, and it won't be long before these beautiful fall days turn into winter. If you haven't already, you'll probably be turning on your heat soon, and your furnace will be firing up for the first time since the spring. A few years…

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Lean & Green Is the Way to Travel

The following post is from Cliff Barre of Peace, Love & Travel with Cliff & Tiff: Traveling “green” doesn’t have to be a major undertaking if you take small, but important steps all through your plans.  You won’t need to rent electric-only vehicles, or seek out solar-powered hotels to clear your conscience if you do…

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How to Grow Your Own Sprouts (No Soil Required)

The following post is from Katie of Kitchen Stewardship: The joke in Michigan is that we definitely experience all four seasons...sometimes three in one day. Although the weather is inconsistent and sometimes crazy, like 40F temps in August, 80F in October or March, and swinging from 45F in the morning to 80F in the afternoon…

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5 Resources for Green Families for Just $7.40 {BundleoftheWeek.com}

Learn how to make healthier choices for your family with this week's bundle. At almost 90% off, this collection of ebooks offers tips for saving money on organic groceries and developing healthy eaters as well as making your own natural remedies, skin care products and more: Making Organic Food Affordable by Tara Wagner First Bites…

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Making Your Own Reusable Pads

The following post is from Krystal of Krystal Griffin Photography: 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 users often experienced after making…

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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: 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 was from Ecuador. No, I'm not some weird closet Ecaudor stalker. I was really just relieved it…

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Rethinking Your Period: Choosing Healthier Feminine Care Products

The following post is from Emily of Live Renewed: So let's chat like sisters over coffee today, 'cause this is a topic that's pretty private and personal. And yet, because it's something most of us as women (if you're a man that's your cue to stop reading!), live with on a monthly basis, that makes…

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