Indianapolis is ground zero for the 2012 Super Bowl featuring the New England Patriots and the New York Giants. 1st and Green is an environmental challenge hoping to cash in on the Super Bowl excitement by motivating individuals, households and teams to live more eco-consciously.
Monthly Archives:January 2012
We are all good at saving money in theory but when it comes down to actually doing it, there are always obstacles and reasons. College debt, house mortgage, car loan – they are subversively turning us into voiceless pawns, terrified of losing our jobs and often going against our own beliefs for the sake of […]
Do you wonder what chemicals are in commercial cleaning products? As you probably know, not all companies list ingredients on their bottles. You have to either check online or call them for the detailed list. But not Clorox. According to our sister site, Ecopreneurist, Clorox Company launched an app last week, that let’s you check […]
Mouthwatering vegan chocolate truffles add a personal touch to your Valentine’s Day gift.
With the overwhelming number of sports drink choices it’s easy to throw in the towel and stick to water. However, sports drinks help the body replace valuable nutrients and electrolytes lost during strenuous workouts. Luckily, you don’t have to purchase your revitalizing quencher. Here’s how to make your own hydrating sports drink, saving money and the endless flood of plastic bottles filling our landfills
Save waste and eat healthy at lunchtime
It’s easy to accumulate a pile of lemons and anxiously wonder what to do with them. In some parts of the country, rat populations increase and become a major problem when citrus fruits are left in the trees for too long. Bipolar temperatures rising and than plummeting can ruin ripened fruit almost overnight. There’s several ways to use up your supply and interestingly enough, lemonade isn’t always the most popular use for these golden citrus orbs. Here are a few ways to use up your supply of lemons making more than just lemonade from lemons.
“The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn.” Аlvin Toffler The rise of DIY Have you noticed how much speed DIY-ig has gained lately? Yes, DIY has been steadily securing its place among the green activities you can engage in […]
I might have to buy a new car in a few years. So in preparation for that inevitable event, I am always interested in new automobile technology and what innovative designs have been incorporated into the shiny new cars coming off the assembly line. And more than any fancy bells and whistles, I am most […]
Easy ways to freshen up your living space without compromising your health
There are several items made from sustainable materials that also provide impressive alternatives to traditional work out equipment. From shoes to water bottles, there’s always an earth friendly choice. Here are a few basic eco-friendly exercise gear choices to add to your regimen and maintain excitement and motivation for healthy living.
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Soothing winter beverages to warm your spirit
Perhaps you’ve made the choice to live healthier this year. Maybe more produce has taken up residence in your kitchen and yoga, pilates or other exercise regimen is a part of your daily routine. While pure water is one of the healthiest drink choices, coconut water is fast becoming a popular option for after exercising. Here are just a few coconut water choices to enjoy after your next workout or if you just need a refreshing drink.
The winter months can be devastating to your skin regardless of your skin type or age. The low air temperature outside combined with low humidity result in drier air. Add to that an even drier air inside caused by heating and your skin is forcefully depleted of its natural lipid layer, which keeps it from […]