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How to celebrate Earth Day

What are you doing for Earth Day to improve your environment? Have you ever used cleaners and it’s hard to breathe or you have to leave the room!Use what I love…and you will not be damaging the planet or your own health! Besides having a super-clean house, notice you can breathe and it’s a pleasant experience – no chemical fumes or toxic exposure. And you will be making a positive impact on the planet. With the Get...

More Tips for Earth Day

Earth Day is in April. Right. Today is not Earth Day. Right. So let’s get back to business as usual, right? That’s right, we are back to business as usual – making every day Earth Day. Making decisions about products that are in harmony with nature. In our search, we have found that BASIC-H2 is the safest, most economical, most effective non-toxic, aqua-friendly product on the market today. It can be a...

Go Green by Stopping Red

What Red Meat has to do with Going Green Let’s not debate climate change… I’m not even advocating that we need to control methane gas to avoid climate change. There are issues related to our dietary selection that DOES impact the environment in a very real way. Let’s talk turkey, or chicken, or pig, or beef and the volume of meat demanded by our ever-growing “meat-and-potatoes” society. The...

Hippo-Krit spotted in Green Jungle

A large Hippo-Krit was spotted in neighborhood grocery store wearing a T-shirt saying, “love the earth” and a shopping cart with about 10 cases of bottled water. When asked what they needed that much water for, “It’s for the house. We drink a lot of water.” What is a Hippo-Krit? A large creature, which inhabits both land and water. It’s appearance can be misleading… appearing as a...

Does Ikea have the right Idea?

“(Netherlands – October 23, 2012) The IKEA Group today released a new, ambitious sustainability strategy, People & Planet Positive. The strategy is an integrated part of the IKEA Group long-term growth direction and builds on the company’s long history of working with sustainability by outlining a new set of goals and actions for delivery up to 2020.” I’ve seen documentaries on how Ikea produces and...

Triclosan linked to muscle function impairment

I know, I know… another article about antibacterial soaps!  BUT, is there anybody listening out there?  Why do we continue this absolutely tragic method of protecting ourselves?  Would we shoot ourselves in the head because a venomous snake had wrapped itself around our face? A new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences  reveals that exposure to triclosan is linked with muscle function...

A new TWIST on Paper Consumption

There is some good news.  From 2006 to 2009, total North American consumption of paper and paperboard declined by 24%.  In 2009, total paper consumption in China eclipsed total North America consumption for the first time.1 In 2009 (yes I do wish there were more current figures!) the average North American consumed almost 5 times as much paper as the world average, 30 times as much paper as a person living in Africa, and...

Comparing Germicide and Genocide

If I say, “Genocide”, horrible images and concepts come flooding in.  Genocide is defined as “the deliberate and systematic destruction, in whole or in part, of an ethnic, racial, religious, or national group”.  The destruction as we see it usually targets a specific group of people. Let’s talk Germicide.  We view “Germicide” as a positive term.  We get all giddy when it says,...