Alternative trick or treat gifts for Halloween. Instead of giving candy to the kids, there are many other healthier options, for example halloween pencils and stickers, fruit and nuts etc
Monthly Archives:October 2011
Winter is approaching quickly this year, and with it come below-zero temperatures and indoor heating, both leading to dry and lifeless hair. Here is a list of 6 easy to follow natural tips you can use to prepare your hair for the long and cold winter months.
There are many delicious recipes you can make with your Halloween pumpkins once October has ended. Why toss your pumpkins out, smash them against the garage door or add them to a compost heap if they are still in edible condition?
Patios afford shelter for plants from colder weather, frost and wind making it possible to garden through autumn and even through the winter in many places. Here are 5 patio-loving veggies to try.
You love your kitty, but how green is that particulate matter we call litter?
Those cute, carved pumpkins that light the pathways for trick-or-treaters needn’t be tossed aside. Full of nourishing vitamins and minerals and tasty potential, it’s a shame to just toss them when Halloween is over. As long as your Jack-O-Lantern hasn’t begun to rot, you can use it to make some of these pumpkin recipes instead!
This fall, cozy up to a glass of biodynamic wine and feel your spirit soar knowing the holistic intimacy imbued in this drink.
With obesity on the rise within our youth, toxic candies the norm and products made at the expense of poorly treated and paid workers, there is a better way to celebrate this autumn affair. This year, bring a little green into this fall favorite with these 5 eco-friendly Halloween treat choices.
Since the beginning of October, Denmark has become the first country in the world to introduce fat tax in regard to the unhealthily eating part of its population. In the name of reducing cardiovascular disease, obesity, and diabetes, the tax will affect saturated fats found in animal products like butter, cream, and meat, as well as in processed and junk food.
Have you noticed? We have a new look! But not only do we have a new look but now we have a JOB BOARD! The board is located on the lower right side bar and it only lists….. you got it! GREEN JOBS! If you are looking for a job in the green field, check […]
We have a winner for the Kill a Watt Giveaway! The winner is It’s Kristina from The Greening of Westford! Congratulations! Please contact us with your shipping information! Thank you all for participating!
Green your Halloween this year by trying some of these DIY upcycled decor ideas, composting your pumpkin, and making some deliciously vegan spooky Halloween treats.
Reducing waste is one of the main concerns of modern society. In a strive to minimize industrial processes and maximize the fun of everyday life a Costa Rica University implements possible creative reuses and implementations of what before went straight to the trash.
Earlier this month, Pinellas County in Florida banned fluoride in their water supply. What’s the deal with fluoride? Is it good or bad?
Living an eco-conscious life can be difficult, luckily smart phones are turning the tide with apps that do much of the ground work for you. Whether you are trying to maintain a vegetarian diet or looking for sustainable seafood at the market, these apps will help you make earth-friendly choices. If you’re looking for some help […]
I live in the Northeast and as you might have guessed, my monthly electricity bill in winter months can feed a family of ten. We try to save energy wherever we can although I don’t think we are a typical American family that has 3.5 TV’s, cable boxes, and game consoles. I don’t use the […]