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The Best Green Tips and News: 220+ Lifestyle Links to Start Your New Year

A year in Lifestyle – from dire rumblings over biofuel to the unprecedented eco-promises of President Elect Obama, from ravaged coral to eco sunscreen, personal sustainability to green careers. It’s been a whirlwind 12 months…and here’s why. January: we first look at the menaces of urban tumbleweed, plastic hotel toiletries, […]

Blog for Oxygen

As most of us linger in blogland, the paper-free platform makes it easy to forget the footprint left behind; even if the footprint is a tiny computer mouse-shaped print, it is still brimming with carbon emissions. Luckily for us, there is an effortless way to offset a blog’s dent in […]

How to Live on $6,500 a Year and Love It

Show of hands: how many of you dream about moving to the country, growing your own food and living off the grid? It may not be for you, but my husband and I talk about this all the time. Our biggest obstacle? Affording the land and infrastructure and then making […]

Going Viral for a Brighter Planet

Did you know that the average American emits 136 pounds of carbon dioxide each day? 36 pounds of that is through driving, flying, and other forms of travel. Pile on another 22 pounds for heating, cooling, and powering your home. The remaining 78 pounds is stacked up from what we […]

Going Viral for a Brighter Planet

Did you know that the average American emits 136 pounds of carbon dioxide each day? 36 pounds of that is through driving, flying, and other forms of travel. Pile on another 22 pounds for heating, cooling, and powering your home. The remaining 78 pounds is stacked up from what we […]

Hand-Printed Loveliness

This duet of Lace Fans Fabric Pillows (in Olive) from Ink & Spindle stole my heart. It was love at first sight. Nothing freshens a space as quickly (or as inexpensively) as a handful of throw pillows – a pop of color or a rich texture can instantly add life. I immediately […]

Blog for Oxygen

As most of us linger in blogland, the paper-free platform makes it easy to forget the footprint left behind; even if the footprint is a tiny computer mouse-shaped print, it is still brimming with carbon emissions. Luckily for us, there is an effortless way to offset a blog’s dent in […]

The Best Green Tips and News: 220+ Lifestyle Links to Start Your New Year

A year in Lifestyle – from dire rumblings over biofuel to the unprecedented eco-promises of President Elect Obama, from ravaged coral to eco sunscreen, personal sustainability to green careers. It’s been a whirlwind 12 months…and here’s why. January: we first look at the menaces of urban tumbleweed, plastic hotel toiletries, […]

Going Viral for a Brighter Planet

Did you know that the average American emits 136 pounds of carbon dioxide each day? 36 pounds of that is through driving, flying, and other forms of travel. Pile on another 22 pounds for heating, cooling, and powering your home. The remaining 78 pounds is stacked up from what we […]

The Best Green Tips and News: 220+ Lifestyle Links to Start Your New Year

A year in Lifestyle – from dire rumblings over biofuel to the unprecedented eco-promises of President Elect Obama, from ravaged coral to eco sunscreen, personal sustainability to green careers. It’s been a whirlwind 12 months…and here’s why. January: we first look at the menaces of urban tumbleweed, plastic hotel toiletries, […]

Hand-Printed Loveliness

This duet of Lace Fans Fabric Pillows (in Olive) from Ink & Spindle stole my heart. It was love at first sight. Nothing freshens a space as quickly (or as inexpensively) as a handful of throw pillows – a pop of color or a rich texture can instantly add life. I immediately […]

Grounds for Change Giveaway

Coffee makes the world go around. Well, at least my world anyway. Without it, I’m a bit like one of  Snow White’s dwarf’s – sleepy, grumpy and dopey. But I won’t drink just any coffee. Bad coffee doesn’t get past my lips. It not only has to taste good to […]

Going Viral for a Brighter Planet

Did you know that the average American emits 136 pounds of carbon dioxide each day? 36 pounds of that is through driving, flying, and other forms of travel. Pile on another 22 pounds for heating, cooling, and powering your home. The remaining 78 pounds is stacked up from what we […]

How to Live on $6,500 a Year and Love It

Show of hands: how many of you dream about moving to the country, growing your own food and living off the grid? It may not be for you, but my husband and I talk about this all the time. Our biggest obstacle? Affording the land and infrastructure and then making […]

The Best Green Tips and News: 220+ Lifestyle Links to Start Your New Year

A year in Lifestyle – from dire rumblings over biofuel to the unprecedented eco-promises of President Elect Obama, from ravaged coral to eco sunscreen, personal sustainability to green careers. It’s been a whirlwind 12 months…and here’s why. January: we first look at the menaces of urban tumbleweed, plastic hotel toiletries, […]

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Hand-Printed Loveliness

This duet of Lace Fans Fabric Pillows (in Olive) from Ink & Spindle stole my heart. It was love at first sight. Nothing freshens a space as quickly (or as inexpensively) as a handful of throw pillows – a pop of color or a rich texture can instantly add life. I immediately […]

Blog for Oxygen

As most of us linger in blogland, the paper-free platform makes it easy to forget the footprint left behind; even if the footprint is a tiny computer mouse-shaped print, it is still brimming with carbon emissions. Luckily for us, there is an effortless way to offset a blog’s dent in […]

Grounds for Change Giveaway

Coffee makes the world go around. Well, at least my world anyway. Without it, I’m a bit like one of  Snow White’s dwarf’s – sleepy, grumpy and dopey. But I won’t drink just any coffee. Bad coffee doesn’t get past my lips. It not only has to taste good to […]

And the Country's First Carbon Neutral City Will Be…

Mayor Phil Gordon thinks it’s possible to turn Phoenix, Arizona into the nation’s first carbon neutral city. His recently announced 17 point plan for Green Phoenix is designed to cut the city’s greenhouse emissions by about 70% within three to four years. The scope is ambitious, but the plan, developed […]

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