{Green Living} Recycled Shopping Bags

I went home to Canada for a visit 4 years ago and had a revelation. I was so impressed with Toronto’s recycling directives. There were recycle stations on the street corners, grocery stores had “green” bags and supplied recycle bins for canned goods, and they even recycled their food waste with a compost pick-up service! […]

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{Green Living} Natural Beauty

    I am a Canadian, born with that northern pale and sensitive skin. I have a hard time finding beauty products that don’t cause me to break out. I have done a lot of reasearch over the past year about the preservatives they put in beauty products and what some of the harmful effects […]

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{Green Living} Thinking Green for Easter

Easter is almost upon us. It is one of my favorite times of the year. Being in Florida now makes me miss the best parts of a northern spring, like the smell of a spring rain, the sound of the Robin and of course all of those beautiful spring flowers. Easter of course also brings […]

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{Green Living} Make Your Own Eco-Friendly Household Cleaners

  The ingredients in most of the more popular household cleaners today include harsh or toxic products that can harm the environment and you.  With the “green” revolution in full force these days, there are more and more non-toxic products being introduced.  I personally love the “Seventh Generation” products. These products smell great, come in […]

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