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Jul 26, 2011
Eco-friendly fashion doesn’t just mean buying clothing made from organic materials or from companies that donate to a good cause. It can be as simple as reusing and donating old clothes. If you have a hole in the knee on a pair of your jeans, don’t throw them out! You can cut them off and [...]Read "Tuesday Tips: Eco-friendly Fashion!" full post.
Jul 19, 2011
Americans enjoy roughly 30 million cups of steaming coffee daily. Aside from recyclable filters and reusable mugs, look out for these eco-friendly terms the next time you purchase your coffee: Shade-Grown – Beans labeled with this term means they’ve been grown on plantations with natural tree canopy above the fields. This is better for the [...]Read "TUESDAY TIP: Eco-Friendly Coffee" full post.
Jul 13, 2011
The kitchen is one of the most-used rooms in every household and also the room that uses the most energy. Here are some tips to use less energy and save some money: Keep the lid on. Pots covered with a lid cook the food faster because they retain more heat. Use the burner that fits [...]Read "TUESDAY TIP: Conserving in the Kitchen!" full post.
Jul 5, 2011
Life can get a bit cluttered from time to time, so today’s post is about simplifying your life to make room for the important things and create a healthier environment at the same time! Simplify your clutter by reducing spending on products or materials you don’t use regularly. By reducing what you own, you will [...]Read "Tuesday Tips: Keep it Simple!" full post.