Getting Green Guilt

By |March 2nd, 2010|

I want to be smart about my own impact on the environment. I do. I recycle. And reuse. And reduce. But am I doing enough? […]

New Opportunities For You: Consider Going Back to College

By |May 22nd, 2009|

I’m a Baby Boomer, by definition, those born between the years 1946 – 1964, which puts me smack dab, right in the middle as a […]

How to Teach Your Kids to be Environmentally Aware

By |April 18th, 2009|

Happy Earth Day! If you’re like millions of Americans, you’ll be participating in a neighborhood clean-up project, planting trees, or hauling things to a […]

Teach Children about Earth Day All Year Round

By |April 18th, 2009|

On April 22nd, local and global communities alike will stop to recognize and celebrate Earth Day. And so with our green flags flying in anticipation, […]

Staying Green this Holiday Season

By |December 10th, 2008|

While getting caught up in the fun of the holidays, it is very easy to throw your usual rules aside and go all out – hoping […]

Save Money and Be Eco Friendly with Your Floor Duster or Mop

By |August 1st, 2008|

Did you rush out and purchase one of the new-fangled duster/mops, not thinking about the costs of the disposable dusting and mopping pads? A […]

Teachings of a Mom Mountaineer

By |July 24th, 2008|

Mountaineering played one ofthe most memorable experienced in my life and I even shared the goodness of itwith my two kids. The mountains, the beauty […]

My Big Green Family

By |April 4th, 2008|

I am never sure what to think when I hear the argument aboutoverpopulation. Is the world really overpopulated? And is my onemega family […]

Beginning Recycling At Home

By |February 13th, 2008|

Every year, tons of material that could be recycled isn’t, and it just ends up filling our overwhelmed dumps and roadsides. Most people think it’s […]

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