Category Archives: Environment

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Product of the Week – O’BON Pencils & Notebooks

O’BON, is a green stationery company located in San Francisco, CA and dedicated to designing, manufacturing & distributing awesome stationery products, such as pencils & notebooks, that are eco-friendly & really reasonably priced. O’BON’s pencils are made out of recycled newspaper, their notebooks are made from discarded sugarcane pulp, and all their products have super… Read More »

Product of the Week – Restore Water Purification System

If your looking for an alternative to bottled water that is more eco-conscious, then check out Restore. What is Restore? Restore is a complete water purification system in an affordable, easy to use pitcher. Restore provides cleaner, great tasting tap water by innovatively combining germ-killing UV Clean technology with a water filtration system. Restore is… Read More »

Tip of the Week – Natural Halloween Decorations

Think green before you buy a bunch of orange & black disposable decorations this Halloween. I recommend buying natural items like pumpkins, gourds, straw bales and corn husks, which are all inexpensive, very festive and can be tossed in the compost pile after the holiday to minimize waste. Reusable decorations that can be used from… Read More »

Tip of the Week – Vacuum Every Week

Some might say vacuuming is a waste of energy, others like myself will disagree. That’s because carpeting acts as a collector for toxins tracked into the home from your shoes and those released from indoor sources. It also harbors dust mites and other allergens. So to reduce these hazards, I recommend a weekly vacuuming…it is… Read More »

Hemp – The Ultimate Sustainable Resource

Hemp is an excellent natural sustainable resource used for many different uses including food, building materials, fabric, paper, fuel, and so on. Hemp could be one solution to many of the problems that are facing the modern world today, including deforestation, acid rain, the greenhouse effect, erosion, pollutants, starvation, and limited fossil fuels. Hemp production… Read More »