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Remodeling the Green Way

Remodeling in a green light is on the rise in the United States. Many houses are even built in a green manor nowadays. If you are look good some good remodeling/decorating tips, look no further. Here are five tips to help you get started on your green home improvement project. -Lots of open windows will..

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Spring Into Green

Spring is FINALLY here! And so are all of the things that it entails: new life, new beginnings, and cleaning. That’s right, it’s finally time to de-clutter that mess that you call a house and make room for all of the new things that life might throw at you this year. Not all things will..

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Green to Work

In this day and age people all over are looking for ways to be greener, and if you are reading this blog right now you have already taken one giant step in the right direction. However, being green can be more than buying non-GMO foods and recycling plastic water bottles. In the case of what..

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Go Green For Spring

Ever wonder what might be considered fashionable in the world of being ‘Green’? Well, first of all, if you are buying all of your clothes from Walmart or Target, chances are that those products were produces overseas in dirty factories by people who receive a penny an hour. So, if you’re wondering whether or not..

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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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Happy Birthday Agatha!

On September 13th, 2013, posted in: Environment, Green Living, Miscellaneous by 0 Comment

Happy Birthday Agatha!!! For those of you who are not familiar with the above mentioned, let me take a second to guide you to the wonder that is: Agatha Hahn. She was not always big and strong, like many others of her kind she started small and unrecognizable compared to the woman that she has..

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Eco-friendly winter crafts and activities for your child

On February 9th, 2013, posted in: Environment by 0 Comment

Sometimes keeping your child busy can be tough. In the winter creativity is key when it comes to keeping your child from being bored indoors.  We have selected some eco-friendly arts and crafts that will help you bring out the creative side in you. Snow Painting If you live where you see more snow than..

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Eco-friendly New Year’s Resolutions

On January 4th, 2013, posted in: Eco-Tips, Green Living by 0 Comment

Happy 2013!  A brand New Year gives you the chance to start over and try new things. As you think of various New Year’s resolutions, take some time and consider a commitment or new project that could help reduce waste. You will benefit and so will the planet! 1. Be creative with your trash:  A good..

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