Remembering Dr.King
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Remembering Dr.King

The minister and revolutionary led the Civil Right Movement with non-violent protests in Alabama and Georgia.  The Noble Peace Prize winner is responsible for giving arguably one of the most important speeches in our nation’s history, the infamous I Have a Dream Speech. It’s definitely one of the most important speeches in African American history....

January 15, 2014September 16, 2017by
Simple Solutions for New Year’s Resolutions
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Simple Solutions for New Year’s Resolutions

HAPPY NEW YEAR! Hopefully everyone had a fun and safe holiday and welcome to 2014. With the new year comes all the resolutions that we are usually hard-pressed to keep and they only get more difficult as the year progresses. Luckily, we took a look at some of the most common new year resolutions and...

January 9, 2014July 31, 2015by
Eco-Friendly Gift Ideas
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Eco-Friendly Gift Ideas

Christmas is next week and we’re all frantically running from store to store trying to find that perfect gift for that special someone.  On top of THIS being a difficult task, it gets about 20x harder when searching for our eco-friendly brethren. We think we can make your search just a little bit easier and...

December 19, 2013December 19, 2013by
Thanksgiving Done Differently
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Thanksgiving Done Differently

Thanksgiving is right around the corner. Family and friends and other people you’ve haven’t seen in forever are in town and are ready for some food and some good times. So how do you keep the Thanksgiving memories rolling when staying true to your eco-friendly nature? Just keep reading.       Take Public Transportation...

November 14, 2013November 14, 2013by
Even beer’s organic
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Even beer’s organic

If organic beer is something new to you then you’re a lot like me (before writing this article of course). Turns out the popularity of organic beer is on the rise and pretty soon they’ll be available at your favorite grocery store right next to the Budweiser (if they aren’t already). Turns out there are...

September 10, 2013September 10, 2013by
Run/Walk to Break the Silence on Ovarian Cancer
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Run/Walk to Break the Silence on Ovarian Cancer

Technological advances (especially in medicine) have helped us fight infections, target cancer, and even live longer. Even though there is still long ways to go with these and all the other medical complications faced by the human race, we wouldn’t be able to reach the point we’re at now without some research and raising awareness....

August 28, 2013August 28, 2013by
Eco-Friendly Fall Fun
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Eco-Friendly Fall Fun

The summer clock continues to dwindle down with each passing day. With that we must start to think about the future. What will we do when the weather gets cooler? How can we continue to keep our green thumb as emerald as it’s ever been with the passing seasons? Well, we’ll think about all of...

August 21, 2013August 21, 2013by
Back to School the Eco-Friendly Way
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Back to School the Eco-Friendly Way

September is a little over two weeks away; back to school sale commercials are popping up on your TV every five seconds….we all know what time it is. I loved this time of year because It was one of the three times a year I knew for a fact I was getting some new stuff...

August 15, 2013August 15, 2013by
Undercover Health Food
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Undercover Health Food

We’re all on a mission to be healthy. With that mission comes a lot of products that promise to make it just a bit easier on us. The thing is…they have a mission of their own, and it’s called sabotage! Foods claim to be “fat-free” but really have just as much, if not more fat...

August 1, 2013August 1, 2013by
Mopping for Perfection
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Mopping for Perfection

Nowadays, mops come in many different shapes and sizes. Some work better on some surfaces than others. Finding which mops will give your floor the best shine possible can begin to be quite tedious and not mention annoying. Luckily, we’re here to save you a lot of time…and a headache. So, before you go and...

July 22, 2013July 22, 2013by