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Green Exercise for better health: Attachment

Something about the fresh air, warm weather and beautiful sunshine makes us want to spend some time outside as the spring weather makes its way here to stay. And a recent study gives us a good reason to make friends with the great outdoors.

How to make fresh juice without a juicer: Attachment

Enjoying the benefits of fresh juice doesn’t have to be reserved for people who have a juicer  on hand. Here’s how to do it without having to make the investment in another kitchen appliance.

Rhythm Superfoods Kale Chips (so, so delicious): Attachment

Perhaps you’ve noticed an influx of kale chips cropping up on blogs and your supermarket shelves. Wondering which ones are the best? Rhythm Superfoods has it right.

Plants make your workplace better. Here’s why.: Attachment

We’ve heard it before: indoor plants are good to have around–for more than just aesthetic reasons.

Making Your Home, Yard More Environmentally Friendly: Attachment

The environment is perhaps the ultimate precious resource for humankind.

Lower heating costs for your wallet and the environment: Attachment

Household heating costs are among the most significant monthly bills you have to tackle within your domestic budget.

Green your Hallowe’en with the Rainforest Alliance: Attachment

Hallowe’en is quickly approaching but there’s a lot more to it than bags of candy and carving out ghoulish pumpkins to make creative jack o’ lanterns. In fact, it can be pretty sustainable, as well.

Review: Twaddle Shoppers tote bags: Attachment

If you’re looking for luxury in a reusable shopping bag, look no farther. We’ve discovered the ultimate in tote bags. On the other hand, compostable plastic bags is another cheaper option.

Showering with a clean conscience: Attachment

Have you ever wondered exactly how much water it takes to keep a family of four clean and fresh for a year?

Sustainable farming creates healthy waterways: Attachment

A new study from Cenicafe, a Colombian research institute, has found that sustainable farming enhances local waterways.