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  • Climate change is affecting the landscape around the world. In addition to scars from burns, soil erosion, deforestation and other environmental damage, the record high temperatures may also be affecting your retirement landscape...
  • How many plastic zip lock bags have you thrown away in the last year? Yeah, we're not really comfortable answering that question either. The answer is more than we'd like to admit, even though we're fairly conscious about...
  • Tackling change can be overwhelming. Bestselling author Gin Stephens set out to make the task easier with her newest book "CLEAN(ISH):  Eat (Mostly) Clean, Live (Mainly) Clean, and Unlock Your Body's Natural Ability to Self-Clean."[...]
  • For most people, using cookware is a way of life. Even if you make little more than scrambled eggs, pots and pans are a basic requirement for every kitchen. Inasmuch, the type of pans you use has the power to positively or...
  • Laundry is a way of life. But the copious amounts of plastic jugs that are mostly filled with water and never completely disappear from the planet doesn’t have to be. There’s a better way to do laundry without the environmental...
  • What do you get when you combine companies who are passionate about ocean conservation with beach-inspired products? A collaboration that adds up to rum, beach bags and benefits to the environment. [...]
  • It’s hard to believe, but the new year is right around the corner. Whether you’re looking for a gift or have set a New Year’s resolution to be more organized, having a weekly planner is a great way to keep a record...
  • “Let's talk about sex, baby; Let's talk about you and me...” If you’re a product of the 90s, you’ve got Salt-n-Pepa’s hit song stuck in your head now. You’re welcome. Let's talk about all the good and bad things:...
  • The problem with shopping for grandparents is that they’ve been around a while and usually have a lot of stuff already. It’s a challenge to find something new to them that they’ll use and love. Here are our top picks...
  • ‘Tis the season of colorful landscapes, on the trees and on the ground. While you may have a native hillside that flows through the cycles of the seasons without intervention, if you have a lawn with trees, the season equates...
  • Plastic waste is junking up the ocean. Many companies and individuals are finding ways to help reduce the levels of waste by creating brand new products out of recycled plastic waste. Meanwhile, more and more waste is being...
  • One of the main barriers many individuals face when choosing to live more sustainably is the cost of environmentally friendly products. Compared to disposable, single-use plastic products, items made from materials like bamboo...
  • Have you ever wanted your own greenhouse? Maybe you've thought about growing an exotic plant like a delicate bonsai or a breathtaking orchid. And maybe you've learned that having a greenhouse to grow exotic plants in is a...
  • It’s that haunted time of year again. Whether you’re hosting a boo-tiful event (see what we did there?) or are simply looking to challenge yourself in the mixology realm, don’t be spooked by coming up with ghoulish...
  • As I pick my way between the crazily-shaped logs, to the water of South Beach on San Juan Island, it's a driftwood lover's dream come true. Some pieces are propped up to make primitive shelters. [...]
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