The more we know and do, the better we all will be.

Jan 17

Some Useful Cooking Tips to Cook Your Vegetables While on the GM Diet Plan

The GM Diet has met with unprecedented success and not without reasons.  Losing about 5-7 kgs in a day is unimaginable to most of us. But if you opt for GM diet you can shed that many kilos if not more.  If you are sticking to the diet, you must be particular about how you …

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Jan 17

The Rise of Eco-Friendly Pesticides

The popularity of eco-friendly pesticides is growing among farmers as well as building inspection services in Melbourne and other metropolitan cities across Australia. This has happened mainly due to the rise of public concern about the hazardous risks associated with chemical pesticides as a whole. The U.S Government is currently in the process of re-evaluating …

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Jan 13

7 Exercise and Fitness Beliefs You Need to Overcome

We all have different beliefs and assumptions when it comes to fitness and exercise. Some of them we’ve heard over the years from family and friends, while others we might have heard or read from different sources. Sometimes we’ve just come to accept certain beliefs as facts, even when they might not be anywhere near …

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Jan 10

How Paving Stones Can Be Manufactured From Waste Plastic

Quite the innovative solution to the growing problem of a gloomy future with all of us being smothered by heaps of plastic. The problem of too much plastic being used has been ongoing for quite a while now, especially in the region of Sub-Saharan Africa where literally millions of plastic items are improperly disposed of …

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Jan 10

Get Rid of Pests with Natural Solutions

One of the reasons many people hate dealing with insect pests in the house is all the chemicals needed to clear up the problem. The bugs are bad enough, but pesticides and other toxins can be a concern all on their own. It’s no wonder that people are more and more looking for natural options …

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Jan 06

How Using a Wood Stove to Heat Your Home Can Save You Money and the Environment Harm

Heating your home is something that is essential for everyday living and has become a routine and taken for granted part of living in the comfort of the modern world. However, after many years of living with the convenience albeit increasing expense of a gas fire, I heard about wood burning alternatives, that are not …

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Jan 05

Teaching Children About the Importance of Recycling

All parents would say they want to leave a better place for their children. While it may feel like we don’t have control what happens to the environment, one of the best ways to do your bit towards a healthy planet in the future is to teach the little ones the importance of recycling. This …

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Jan 04

3 Reasons to Switch to Sustainable Sources of Food

Over the past couple of years, consumers have been more involved with their food than ever before. We don’t just care what our food is anymore, but we also care about where it came from, if it’s organic, the country it was farmed from, and so on. This is because people are becoming more and …

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Dec 30

Sustainable Travel – Try a Solar Powered Travel Trailer

What is it about a travel trailer that makes it attractive to so many people? How else can you soak in the nation’s best sights while enjoying the comforts of home on a budget? Let’s be honest, flying sucks. I mean, it’s not what it used to be. Waiting in long TSA lines, taking your …

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Dec 28

The Power of Unplugging

If you want to live a greener life there are many different things you can do to make a difference.  You can use natural cleaning products, use public transportation, invest in fluorescent light bulbs and many other things. You probably have heard of many of these but did you know that unplugging can be an …

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Dec 23

Taking to the Class: How to Organize Green Essay Competition

Most teachers make sure to celebrate Earth Day in one way or another. It seems like biology teachers are paying the most attention to it. On April 22, they organize exploring events and give speeches about environmental awareness and stewardship. However, that’s not where we should stop. The goal of going green should not be …

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Dec 23

Amazing Home Remedies for Nosebleed

Nosebleed is simply the bleeding through blood vessels in the nose. This is usually very common due to many blood vessels in the nose. It is medically known as epistaxes and is commonly caused by the drying of the nose, picking the nose, frequent blowing of the nose, chemical irritation, high altitude, excessive heat, hormonal …

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