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Upcycling Crafts for Children

Upcycling, in my opinion, is the best way to craft no matter you age! Yes, it is fun as an adult, but why not let your kids give it a go, too! Upcycling crafts for children allow them to learn about sustainability  and environmental health, but also allow their wild, creative imaginations soar. Set aside rinsed out containers, paper scraps, cardboard materials and more to create the ide...

Common Recycling Mistakes To Avoid

There are many rules and regulations when it comes to recycling, which can be very confusing at times. We have all made recycling mistakes a time or two (and that’s okay!), but it is easy to fix that with some good, old-fashioned education. Know the rules of recycling to not only reduce your amount of recycling mistake, but to also reduce the amount of recyclable items in landfills eac...

Environmentally Friendly Brands

You probably spend a lot of time and money buying things every day. Almost half your household budget is likely spent on things that you regularly make conscious buying decisions about. These decisions account for an even higher share of your total time and effort. You see ads for various products in magazines, on websites, and on billboards. You look at the attractive products your frie...

Five Simple Ways to Reduce Waste in Your Home

Do you want to become a more sustainable person in society? Reduce the everyday waste you create? Maybe reduce your carbon footprint, too? I know I do and you should want to, too! These simple steps to reducing waste at home are perfect for those looking to take baby steps toward sustainable living! The road to sustainability can be arduous and maybe even a little daunting, but I promise...

Quick Tips for Conserving Water in the Home

Let's talk about water!  Water is a precious, vital resource that all living organisms depend on. You might be thinking to yourself, why is conserving water important? While the earth has been nicknamed the ‘blue planet’ because 70% of the surface is covered by water, only 0.4% of that is drinkable and accessible to the 7.7 billion or so humans that share this planet.  Factors such...

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