Want to keep the earth cool while you’re in the heat, this summer? Our latest Green Your Life will green your summer with tons of tips, ideas and inspiration to keep your 2011 summer fun, beautiful and eco-friendly. Afterall, we want to keep having these beautiful summers for as long as we can. …
It’s easy to over do the celebration on Valentine’s Day as a couple. Whether it’s an extravagant dinner, flowers, chocolates, extra special gifts, and even a trip somewhere, you can go broke while creating a ton of waste and pollution; all in the goal to show your love on cupid’s birthday. Why not show your love for your significant other while showing love for mama earth with these great ways to be green on red day.
We all know the busiest time of the year is literally right around the corner. Black Friday and Cyber Monday is upon us in full shopping glory. Yet, now a days, you don’t have to fall into the anti-eco trap of mall deals and specials when there are so many sites out there dedicated to Green & Sustainable Shopping.
Earth Day began in 1970 as an annual celebration of the environment and as a time to assess what we still need to do to protect the natural resources of our planet.1 And though awareness has grown, no one would argue that we have a long way to go.
I’ve been wanting to write about a “green” topic for a while, and this month I couldn’t resist another rhyme, so I am featuring the Green Halloween! There are many green themes and ideas out there when it comes to Halloween.
You can recycle or make your own costume, you can reuse all of your decorations or decorate with nature, turn your Jack-o-Lanterns into compost after the holiday, etc. I’m all about simplicity, so for this Sweet Spot will just focus on the best part about Halloween (and let’s face it, I love a theme): the CANDY!