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Simple steps that make a difference.
We live in a busy, fast-paced society where taking the time to prepare a delicious and healthy meal is not always possible. Pre-prepared foods and frozen dinners offer a quick and easy alternative, but at what price?
It’s never too early for kids to make environmentally responsible practices a part of their daily life. For the future of the earth, kids must get involved. That’s how change happens. Below are simple, money-saving, kid-friendly ideas that make a difference.
One more Vitamix advantage that I neglected to mention in last week’s blog - When making a smoothie or juice drink in your Vitamix, the whole fruit is juiced, which includes the juice and the fiber. The fiber contains valuable nutrition that is missing in extracted juice, making your Vitamix drinks even more nutritious!
Several of my readers have asked me about composting.
My nephew and his adorable new bride inspired me to write a blog post with some simple recipes for the new Vitamix they received as a wedding gift.
Lately, I’ve been hearing about rebooting our abandoned New Year’s resolutions. It’s only February after all, and way too soon to let those good intentions fall by the way side. Hopefully your resolutions included adopting new green living habits, but if not, it’s never too late to add them.
What is the most important green thing you can do? Think.
All new parents want the best for their baby, including the skin care products they use on their baby’s soft tender skin. Skin is our largest organ and it’s important to choose the safest and most non-irritating products.
I can’t think of a more special time in life than the anticipation of your first baby – pouring through baby development books, choosing a name, decorating the nursery, researching the best stroller and car seat, buying those adorable baby clothes, and thinking about the right laundry detergents that won’t irritate your baby’s soft newborn skin. Many new parents wonder if it is really necessary to buy a special detergent just for the baby?
Continuing my series on subjects of interest to men, but obviously pertinent to all, below are two questions from a male reader.
Question: What can I do with old batteries? Is it necessary to recycle them? Alan C., Loon, NH