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Cloth Bento Bags

An Eco-Friendly Alternative to Plastic Bags

July 31, 2015 | 0 Comments
Cloth Bento Bags

Ahh summer days ¬†. . . visiting friends by the sea shore, BBQ’s at the neighbors houses, gatherings under full moons like the one tonight Aquarian Blue Moon Power! These asocial gatherings are usually about pot lucks and bringing home cooked treats. One of my favorite ways to keep horrid plastic out of my nest ...

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Out With Plastic ~ In with Bee’s Wrap

An Eco-Friendly, Sustainable Solution to Food Storage

June 29, 2015 | 0 Comments
Out With Plastic ~ In with Bee’s Wrap

I tried to eliminate as much plastic as I could years ago in my home, but it still creeps into our daily lives. We all know by now that plastic is responsible for so much of our planet’s devastation¬†, and learning to choose wisely has not been as difficult as you would think. A few ...

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Chic & Green Cloth Lids

Eco-Friendly Storage for Leftover Meals

March 30, 2015 | 4 Comments
Chic & Green Cloth Lids

I try to be as green as I can, but lately after seeing even more alarming statistics on plastic and how it is creating havoc on our precious mother, I am even more determined to go further with eradicating plastics in my home. It takes over 1,000 years for plastic to decompose, not to mention ...

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Valentine Roses ~ DIY Rose Bath

Beautiful Blossoms from Flower Muse

February 9, 2015 | 0 Comments
Valentine Roses ~ DIY Rose Bath

Roses, roses, roses ~ Valentine’s Day is all about celebrating my most favorite flower. If you are looking for a company that delivers right to your front door Flower Muse is the place! They have such an array of fresh, beautiful blossoms that can inspire you to make a bouquet for your loved ones. So ...

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Clarity With Lisa Viscardi

The Art of Decluttering, Cleaning and Clearing Away Chaos

January 18, 2015 | 8 Comments
Clarity With Lisa Viscardi

I have a confession. I sometimes have trouble releasing material things. I also have ‘piles’ at times. You know those ‘piles’ of business cards you are going to get to eventually, or those ‘piles’ of books waiting to be read in the corner, or the ‘piles’ of clothes meant to be mended or hemmed. Lisa ...

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O’ Tannenbaum ~ Living Christmas Trees

"Green" Alternatives to Traditional Cut Trees

December 19, 2014 | 3 Comments
O’ Tannenbaum ~ Living Christmas Trees

As a child in Iran strangely enough we had more German than American Christmases. The principal to my international elementary school was German, my mother having lived in Austria as a child, would make German/Austrian cookies for us and describe the wonderland that Salzburg was during that time of year. Every year we would sing ...

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