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Give your home a unique look with these ideas for custom ornaments made from materials you’ll find in your recycling bin or trash can.
One simply did not mess with tradition in my family. Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas – it didn’t matter which holiday we were celebrating, the day was painstakingly scripted. No one dare suggest deviation of any kind and, had I had the courage to suggest introducing a green element to our regimented traditions, I would have been scrutinized mercilessly.
The 42nd anniversary of Earth Day, April 22, is Sunday, and everyone ages zero to 100 can show their appreciation to Mother Nature and the planet. Here are five ideas for some Earth Day family fun
The Environmental Protection Agency states that, “The average adult breathes 13,000 liters of air per day; children breathe 50 percent more air per pound of body weight than adults.” And, because children’s respiratory systems are still developing, they are much more vulnerable to the health dangers of airborne and other pollutants or allergic particles in […]
Sean Daily, Green Living Ideas’ Editor-In-Chief, talks with fellow green living podcaster Meredith Medland of Personal Life Media’s popular Living Green Show about green media and podcasting, life-changing epiphanies, and the benefits of martial arts practice. [Courtesy of our friends at GreenLivingIdeas.com] Click Play Below,or Green Living, Podcasting, and Martial Arts with Meredith Medland
Welcome back my friends to the show that never ends We’re so glad you could attend Come inside! Come inside! — Emerson, Lake and Palmer, “Karn Evil 9 – 1st Impression, Part 2” Welcome back to the Carnival of the Green, the weekly showcase of all things good and green around the blogosphere! And welcome […]
To prevent toxic runoff from flowing down storm drains and into the rivers or ocean, Washington hopes to ban washing cars in driveways throughout the state. While residents complain that washing cars is a family pastime that they should not be required to give up, officials say that the at-home car wash is too harmful […]
In my previous posts on sacred places, I have claimed that: 1) Sacred places in our past are crucial for making us appreciate nature and formulate an ecological consciousness. So they are crucial for environmentalism. 2) Sacred places are readily available in our present lives, not isolated to extreme or remote locations. So if we […]