5 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day that Have a Lasting Impact

April 18, 2018

Commemorated annually on the 22nd of April, more than 1 billion people worldwide partake in what is now the largest civic-focused day of action on our planet: Earth Day. Wondering how you can get involved and contribute to this cause?…

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Tips for Replacing Disposable Products

April 11, 2018

Many people have decided to take action and have chosen to live a little to no waste lifestyle in attempts to combat climate change and the ever increasing amount of waste accumulating in landfills. If you’ve recently decided that you’re…

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Stepping into Spring with National Walking Day

April 4, 2018

Research has proven that walking outdoors surrounded by mother nature can enhance overall well-being and health. In fact, The American Heart Association even sponsors National Walking Day (which we’re observing today) as a reminder of the endless benefits associated with…

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4 Tips for a More Sustainable Workout Regimen

March 28, 2018

While working towards self growth and improvement is extremely important, many of us don’t consider how our workout regimens are impacting the environment. Getting or staying in shape doesn’t have to involve fuel usage, the unnecessary energy consumption from using…

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Celebrating International Day of Forests

March 21, 2018

Happy International Day of Forests! Designated every March 21st, this day is intended for us to commemorate and build recognition of the critical role and benefits that all forest types provide current and future generations.     We…

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Spring Cleaning for Maximum Energy Efficiency

March 14, 2018

With the first day of spring less than a week away, it’s time to get cleaning! With the new season comes a fresh opportunity for you to find ways to save energy and money. These are just a few of…

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A Tribute to the Sun

March 7, 2018

Even though our sun has been shining for over four and a half billion years, we’ve only known about solar energy since the 1830s, when Alexandre Becquerel discovered the photovoltaic effect at the young age of 19. As…

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Top 4 Commonly Mistaken Items that Can’t be Recycled

February 28, 2018

Most of us have been recycling for as long as we can remember, and although it may seem easy to resolve whether or not a particular item should go in the recycling bin, unfortunately, it’s not that simple. To  help…

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Handling Energy Vampires with an Advanced Power Strip

February 21, 2018

We all have many electronics and appliances in our homes, which we rely on heavily for entertainment, and of course, to help us be more productive. Unfortunately, the energy expended by all of these gadgets can contribute to almost 10%…

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Give a Little Love to our Planet this Valentine’s Day

February 14, 2018

For most people, February 14th elicits visuals of heart-shaped chocolates, red roses, stuffed teddy bears, and joyful couples.  But of all the reasons we have to celebrate, Mother Nature might just be the most incredible of them all. Through food and…

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4 Easy and Cost-Effective Ways to Stay Warm this Winter

February 7, 2018

Heating and cooling are the largest energy expenses for most homes, accounting for 48% of the energy usage in a typical U.S. home, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. Additionally, during the winter time, since we all spend more…

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Increase the Humidity in Your Home Naturally in these 7 Easy Ways

January 31, 2018

Year-round, the humidity in the air plays an important role in maintaining optimal health. Dry air in your home can induce respiratory problems and increase your likelihood of catching the cold or flu.  Above that, during the cold winter months,…

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