Tag Archives: Environment

One Year Later…

I was planning a one year recap of everything I have done since I started blogging last summer, on the anniversary of starting this blog. On August 3rd I went to go see when my first post was. August 2nd. … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Laying Down a New Lawn

Are you sick of hearing about what I eat every single day? I’ll try to get more creative and have new information for you. Today I am leaving for a marriage retreat and will not update on my progress until … Continue reading

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Composting, Part 2

  When it comes to choosing your own composting method, you must ask four questions: How much space do I have? What types of waste do I want to compost? How much of that waste do I produce? How much … Continue reading

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Composting, Part 1

One really great way to reduce what you send to the landfill is to compost your food waste. Even if you don’t have a lot of space or need for composting, you should look to see what your city might … Continue reading

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Reduce Your Trash

When it comes to saving the environment, a big factor is how much waste you produce. A popular heading I saw at this year’s State Fair was “Reduce Waste: If not you, who?” I grew up learning “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle,” … Continue reading

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Phase Two: What more can I do?

Okay, so I’ve replaced my shampoo and conditioner with budget friendly, earth friendly options that let me reuse containers. That’s a great start. Now it was time to look around my house and see what other changes I could make. … Continue reading

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How it All Started

I’ve always been aware that I need to take better care of the earth, but I never knew how. My fiance, Will,  has been helping. Both his parents grew up on farms and now live on an acre of land … Continue reading

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