St Patricks Day is almost here! It’s time to get ready for green, green, and more green! Everything can be green on St Patricks Day, even your clothes and food recipes. If you decide not to wear green, watch out or you’re friends may pinch… Read More
Happy January! While everyone is still in the resolutions spirit, I thought I’d share some great nutrition ideas. Everyone wants to be healthy, right? Being healthy is more than taking vitamins and going to the gym; it’s about food, too! A healthy lifestyle starts with healthy food. So, let’s make this easy. Here are three simple ways to keep your resolutions and stick to a nutritional, healthy diet:
Making resolutions for the New Year is a tradition most of us observe. After all, there’s nothing wrong with a little self-improvement now and then! Unfortunately, sometimes we bite off a little more than we can chew, and our resolutions end up overwhelming instead of… Read More
Having a green New Year isn’t just about re-usable champagne glasses and biodegradable confetti at your celebration. A green New Year is a commitment to do the best you can to lessen your carbon footprint and still have an awesome time at whatever celebration you… Read More
Celebrating the holiday season with friends and family is something we all have in common. Wouldn’t it be great if we decided to go green this Christmas, too? Maybe you want to go green, but aren’t sure where to start. You’ve come to the right… Read More
Hello my happy movers! We all know Easter is right around the corner! So you know what that means Easter colored eggs and of course the chocolate Easter bunny! You know what else it means? Staying eco-friendly! Be creative and fun with environmentally friendly ideas! For example, give your old Easter baskets a new look. Perhaps re-paint them to a different color. Another way to keep your Easter basket last longer for more years to come is to sew fabric!
Many of us would love to have fresh fruits and vegetables straight from our backyard garden, but we live in urban areas or lack the time necessary to care for a backyard garden. Mel Bartholomew, the author of Square Foot Gardening, has given us not only an easy way to maintain your backyard garden, but a way to do it using minimal space. Using raised beds, loose soil and square foot boxes (1ft x 1ft) you can have fresh fruits and vegetables from your backyard garden Read More