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Strawberries – Growing, Buying, Eating, Health Benefits

Nothing screams spring to me like when I start seeing “local” strawberries in the grocery store.  Don’t get me wrong, I don’t mean local like from my state of Georgia, I mean local as in Florida as opposed to California or Mexico.  I start dreaming of ripe, sweet, delicious strawberries topped with homemade whipped cream […]

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New Uses for Old Crayons

More than 12 million crayons are produced in the United States EVERY DAY.  THEY.ARE.EVERYWHERE.  New, old, broken, chipped, bits, wrappers.  Every cleaning, organizing, decluttering adventure leads to more.  I hate to throw them away but what to do with old crayons?  Surely there have to be tons of uses for old crayons? If you have […]

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11 Apps to Make Green Living Easier

Let’s face it, being green ain’t easy!  It takes some effort to live “the green way”, it’s a choice that you consciously must make but thankfully, there are plenty of smartphone apps to make green living easier.  How people were able to do it before the invention of the smartphone is beyond me.  I often […]

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Junk Free Easter Baskets

The Easter Bunny Is On His Way Hopefully, he’s planning to leave behind junk free Easter Baskets for the kiddo’s.  Easter is just around the corner although, didn’t we just finish Valentine’s Day?  And just before that, New Year’s and just before that Christmas?  Oh, and let’s not forget St. Patrick’s Day.  If you have […]

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How to reduce food waste

I’d venture to guess I’m not the only one who’s ever had rotting, moldy cheese and vegetables in my fridge.  Have you ever pulled that crisper drawer out to find your lettuce is wilted and dried on the tips?  Raise your hand if you’ve gone into your pantry looking for something only to find all […]