Amy on October 27th, 2008

The process of cleaning our homes has become a huge business, consuming far more energy and products than needed with dangerous consequences for our environment and personal health. Take a look at the cleaning products currently in your home. How many different kind of cleaners do you have right at this moment? How [...]

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Amy on October 26th, 2008

Since the early days of the original 90210 TV series, I’ve been a fan of Jennie Garth and her character Kelly - who needs Brenda anyway? The show is making a comeback, but at this point in my life I am more interested in Garth’s green going ways.
Recently, green mom Jennie Garth has partnered with [...]

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Stephanie on October 25th, 2008

Driving to work this morning, the sun shone warmly on the amazing autumn hues of the trees and shrubs lining the street. Mother Nature puts on quite a show this time of year! Rich deep reds, burnt oranges and even peachy golds - its hard to believe that just a month ago, the trees were [...]

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Amy on October 24th, 2008

It’s Friday, and I have been ordered to take the day off so I can prepare for my daughter’s upcoming birthday. But before I do, I wanted to share these animal videos to make you smile on this Friday afternoon.
Lately I feel like we’ve been slamming our readers with tough images regarding animal cruelty, [...]

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Amy on October 24th, 2008

Save the dolphins, save the whales, save the trees, save the planet. I know you may be getting bored with all of these cries for help. With all of the other issues we are facing today, we are easily desensitized and disconnected from the natural world.
The truth is, the situation just keeps getting worse, no [...]

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Stephanie on October 23rd, 2008

The United States presidential elections are right around the corner. You may have made up your mind, but what about the disenfranchised many who cannot vote? I’m talking about the wolves, polar bears and beluga whales who desperately need a voice against Palin. Why is this so critical? Because Governor Sarah [...]

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Amy on October 22nd, 2008

Just following their very first birthday, the social media site Mixx has another great achievement to celebrate. They have broken into the top 1000 list on Alexa and are currently rated 990. In case you aren’t familiar with Alexa - being in the top 1000 websites is big news and definitely calls for [...]

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Stephanie on October 21st, 2008

When I was a child, probably about 8 or 9 years old, I first read a book that changed my life forever: The Giving Tree, by Shel Silverstein. The beauty of this timeless tale is captured in this story about a special connection between a boy and a tree. Pen and ink [...]

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Stephanie on October 20th, 2008

You should know by now that the authors of this blog are pretty peachy green. At least, we’re trying to be! Some things are easy to do (turn off lights and appliances when you leave, recycle, drive the speed limit), and other things take more work. Over the past three months as [...]

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Amy on October 19th, 2008

Or is it a scooter? This classification is important to my husband. He mentioned to me a while back that he thought he may need a new motorcycle; one that is more fuel efficient for his commute to work. I think he was just looking for an excuse to buy a new toy. Soon [...]

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