I love fresh organic fruit! Who doesn’t? But it is so hard to find at the chain supermarket stores & who has the time to run around for it. Well, since 1998 The FruitGuys have been delivering it to you! The FruitGuys was founded on the premise that bringing healthy brain food to the office… Read More »
A lot of your favorite household products are recyclable. Products such as aluminum foil are often overlooked, but can be thrown in the recycling bin along with the cans, newspapers & glass. According to the Aluminum Association, Americans toss out enough aluminum every 3 months to rebuild our entire commercial air fleet. So, the next… Read More »
Avoid nasty chapped lips this Valentine’s Day by using an all natural lip balm. It’s eco-friendly & will keep your lips moisturized without using any harmful additives. Natural Lip Balm is usually made from natural products like beeswax, honey or peppermint. Vitamin E & shea butter are also all-natural moisturizers often used as a main… Read More »
Show your love for the earth by not littering. Trash tossed carelessly outside often washes into storm drains, which empty into rivers & streams that eventually flow to the oceans. Pollution is a growing problem, do your part by not littering…Mother earth will love you for it!
This Valentine’s Day instead of buying fresh cut flowers that only last a few days and are totally full of pesticide toxins Make your sweetie flowers that are eco-friendly because they are made from some extra scrap fabric and will last for years. Here is a great how-to guide by Becky Striepe over at Green… Read More »
Show your partner that you care about him or her as well as the world surrounding the two of you with these top 10 eco-friendly gift ideas for Valentine’s Day 2010. 1- Homemade card made from recycled products or an e-card 2- Fair Trade chocolates 3- Organic flowers or a live plant from your local… Read More »
Tweedle Press is a full-service design, papermaking, and letterpress print shop that uses eco-friendly materials while still creating stylish, quirky paper goods. Everything about Tweedle Press is Green – including their paper, inks, packaging, & even electricity. Paper – Tweedle Press uses a wide array of 100% recycled paper fibers & 100% recovered cotton rag.… Read More »
Don’t kill that spider! There are an estimated 40,000 species of spiders, and they all eat insects. They’re an important part of the food web and provide a natural pest control to many unwanted insects. If you see a spider in your home, just scoop it up and place it outside in a safe grassy… Read More »
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. This year make your sweetheart a pop up Valentine’s Day card from old magazines & cardboard. Here is a great video tutorial for making your own Valentine’s Day card. Ok – so there are a couple of supplies in the video that need a little greening up to… Read More »
The work place break room is the perfect place to cut down on disposable item waste. Just ask co-workers to bring their unwanted cups, mugs, plates, cloth napkins, and silverware to work to replace all those costly disposable items in your break room.