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4356090774_b826efb291 Green Cleaning Products – Escape the Chemical Nightmare

May 14th, 2013 | By | Category: Featured, Green Living, Tips & Tricks

Did you know that auto immune diseases, allergies and a host of “behavioral issues” are widely believed to be attributed to harmful chemicals in our environment? Green cleaning products used to be “old wives tales” or “housewife hints” but more and more parents are moving towards safer, more environmentally friendly cleaning products and devices. Green […]



Holistic Approach to Life Helps Save the Environment

Dec 12th, 2009 | By | Category: Featured, Green Living

There have been meat-eaters and there also have been those who vouch for vegetarianism. While the latter’s reasons may be religious, to ward off diseases or on humanitarian grounds, the former have tempted the latter with what they could be missing out on by depriving the latter’s taste-buds! While it is futile convincing anyone to […]



Catch them young – teach kids about going green

Dec 9th, 2009 | By | Category: Featured, Green Living

One of the best ways of keeping our environment clean and green is by teaching kids more about how we can keep our environment green. It is best to try to motivate them at a very young age. If we are able to tell them more about the benefits of going green at a young […]



Getting Kids Involved in Conservation

May 27th, 2009 | By | Category: Featured, Green Living

Today as I cleaned up my office and sorted through an ever growing stack of paperwork, I opened my door and let in fresh air from the outside world. First, there is a dollhouse in my office that is a constant source of stress relief and a great model for all of my designing ideas. […]



DVD Giveaway: The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

May 12th, 2009 | By | Category: Featured, Giveaways

Update:  Click here for our winner I was moved to see this beautiful movie starring Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett. It tells the tall tale of an infant who is born as an old man—tiny but suffering all the infirmities of an 80-year-old—who lives his life in reverse, becoming younger with each passing year until […]



Earth Day All Year Long

Apr 22nd, 2009 | By | Category: Featured

Earth Day. Have you ever really thought about what it really means? If you’re like most people, you observe this day set aside for the conservation of our natural resources but you don’t really connect with it on most levels. In fact, it probably never crosses your mind at all. Earth day is more than […]



Quality Versus Quantity

Apr 18th, 2009 | By | Category: Featured

Searching around for ideas to write about as I flipped through the television channels, I kept coming back to the same thing: the cleaning advertisements. For some reason, the commercials touting the virtues of how to keep a home clean seemed to parody short comedy clips in an effort to sway the viewer to purchase […]



Spring Cleaning-A Memory Revisited

Apr 2nd, 2009 | By | Category: Featured

Spring cleaning is on the minds of everyone at the moment. With spring on the horizon, winter’s hold on spirits is lessening. With the teasing warmth of the weather beckoning between winter’s lasts breaths, it isn’t a wonder that we are all a little restless. The restlessness we feel, though, is what my granny used […]



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