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The Problem With Plastic

The problem is that when plastic is not disposed of properly, or disposed of at all, it will ensure harmful environmental consequences. A plastic bag can take anywhere from 100 to 500 years to disintegrate! Plastic is a huge environmental threat, killing animals and clogging up rivers worldwide. The average usage time of a plastic..

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Feed People, Not Landfills

An estimated 50 million Americans do not have access to enough food. If 50 million Americans alone do not have access to enough food, imagine how large the number of people around the world who do not have access to enough food is. That would be nearly one billion people! That means that one in..

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Endangered Species

On February 12th, 2014, posted in: Environment, Green Living, Miscellaneous by 0 Comment

We love our pets, and we love taking those quizzes that tell us what our spirit animal is, so try and imagine a world without your spirit animal. Its a sad, sad world, isn’t it? What would you do if you hear that your favorite animal was endangered, or even worse, entirely wiped out? Well..

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Natural Wonders of the U.S.

On February 10th, 2014, posted in: Eco-Tips, Environment, Green Living, Healthy Lifestyles by 0 Comment

Since the environment is such a beautiful and delicate thing, we might want to take better care of it than we do now. Many of us do not realize it because we spend so much time in our homes, in our hometowns, and our worlds begin to shrink, they become where we live. Many of..

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Sleep vs. The Common Cold

I’ve posted before about how sleep can take a toll on our eating habits (those who get less sleep will more likely to overeat or make unhealthy food choices), but in doing some more research, I’ve discovered that how well one sleeps can affect our immune system too. During sleep the immune system creates protein..

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Global Warning

On January 31st, 2014, posted in: Eco-Tips, Environment, Green Living, Miscellaneous by 0 Comment

I can’t say that I don’t appreciate it – because I do – but the snow that has hit us in Norfolk, Virginia this year has been insane compared to years past. Typically, a winter in Norfolk calls for maybe one to three inches of snow during the long, cold months, but in January of..

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Which Pillow Is Right For You?

Waking up with a stiff neck can be a pain; it can set your hole day up to be a struggle. It is very unpleasant to sit at a desk massaging your neck and shoulders to no avail. You wake up feeling worse than when you fell asleep all because your neck and shoulders have..

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Sri Lanka

Known as the “Pearl of the Indian Ocean” because of it’s natural beauty, and because of it’s friendly hosts, it is also referred to as the “Nation of Smiling People.” Sri Lanka has much to offer with a diverse range of religions and languages and ethnicities.  The island is also a large importer of tea,..

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Best And Worst Foods For Your Sleep

On January 9th, 2014, posted in: Green Living, Healthy Lifestyles, Miscellaneous by 0 Comment

We’ve all had those nights of tossing and turning for hours before finally falling asleep. Those nights are certainly unpleasant when one has to awake early on the next morning. Well, I’ve posted in the past about how music can aid in falling asleep, and how reducing your exposure to light in the hour before..

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Could You Live On $68 A Month?

     Did you know that when you purchase a product that was made overseas, particularly one from WalMart or a number of other discount department stores, you are buying into a market that is basically sustained by slave labor. Technically these corporations do not actually use ‘slave’ labor, seeing as their factory employees do get..

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