Earth Friendly Cooking Tips

July 24, 2015

Save Time and Energy When cooking pasta, place your dry noodles in a pot of boiling water, then covering the pot and turning off the flame. Let the pasta sit in the hot water for a bit less time than package directions suggest if you prefer your pasta al dente. Or the exact directed time […]

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Violets Are Blue Beloved Deodorant

July 22, 2015

Violets Are Blue is a line of beauty products created without harsh synthetic fragrances, parabens, sodium laureth sulfate or propylene glycol. They also offer a secondary “Beloved Line” of fragrance free products specifically created by Cynthia Besteman, a breast cancer survivor. The Beloved Line gives “Chemo Care” packages to women who are beginning their treatment […]

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Killer Vegan Diner and Delicatessen

July 20, 2015

My trip to Killer Vegan began all because of a Facebook post a friend was tagged in. Those in that post raved about this awesome new vegan place they had lunch at, that simple recommendation made me very interested to take a trip myself to try it. Located in Union, New Jersey – which isn’t […]

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Conscious Step Socks

July 17, 2015

When I attended the NYC Green Festival in April I had the opportunity to stopped by the booth for Conscious Step to see what they were all about. They offer socks that are produced to “fight for causes that matter.” Each different sock pattern identifies that sock with a certain partnership with a non-profit to […]

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Charm School Vegan Chocolate

July 15, 2015

I don’t have a very big sweet tooth, but the occasional sweet treat is always welcomed. Quality over quantity has always been my motto with most things in life and that most certainly applies for the food I eat. So I prefer a really great quality treat when I do have one and Charm School […]

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Butter Beans Food & Garden Summer Camp

July 13, 2015

Discovered at the NYC Green Festival in April, Butter Beans is a food education community located in New York City. They offer children and their families the opportunity to learn about the food they eat; where it comes from and how it is grown. Since the knowledge of farming may not be something so easily […]

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Hydro Flask Food Flask

June 17, 2015

Bulk foods are known as great buys because of their low cost and lack of cumbersome and wasteful packaging.  But how to get these great buys home with you, without packaging?  Bring your own container!  With foods like freshly ground coffee, some of these bulk items benefit from being sealed for freshness.  As with coffee, […]

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How to Get Involved for Earth Day 2015

April 20, 2015

Get Outside! Find a way to get outdoors and give Mother Nature a hand. Go for a walk around your neighborhood or a hike through the woods. Now is the perfect time to get into Geocaching. If you don’t know about this great activity, look it up, you won’t be disappointed. Be sure to pick […]

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Full Circle Suds Up Bamboo Dish Brush

December 12, 2014

After folding laundry, doing dishes by hand is my least favorite chore. However, sometimes certain items do help make those unfavorable tasks just a little bit better. As a runner-up chore I’ve managed to make my next least favorite chore, dish washing, just a little bit better. That is where the Suds Up Bamboo Dish […]

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