Eco-Inspiration – Hockey Goes Green with NHL Green

As a girl who was raised in a sports town like Boston it was virtually impossible to avoid growing up a fan of at least one professional sport. Now that the NHL is back on the ice (YEA!) I’ve been hearing even more about the NHL Green initiative launched on January 1, 2010.  Sports in [...]

DIY Soap Scum Remover – a natural soft scrub alternative

DIRTY SHOWER!!

I was recently hired by someone to clean their home naturally, and I had the pleasure of cleaning one VERY yucky tub & shower! I can’t even tell you how a shower would have so much black and brown grime growing in it.. but I CAN tell you that this cleaning formula worked MAGIC in [...]

{Eco-Inspirations} Making A List

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This time of the year we all find ourselves entrenched with party planning, cookie baking, gift buying and decor wrangling. With the season’s chaos underway it can be difficult to step back and see the big picture. So how can we get through the holiday hub-bub in a conscious way without forsaking tradition? One way [...]

Priorities and Profits

I know this is supposed to be a post about Eco-Inspirations, but I’ve been feeling that it’s important to share a bit of wisdom that’s been passed on to me. Hopefully, it will be inspirational, and only lacking in the “eco” part. This is the busiest time of year for many of us – even [...]

How to Make Pickled Green Tomatoes

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Spring is over and Fall is here in full swing for most of us, and that means the frosts have arrived. What will you do with all those green tomatoes dangling from wilted, frost-bitten vines?? Pickle them! What you will need – mason jars, lids, and rings (I use quart and pint size, whatever I [...]