Posted by Maureen Wise, guest blogger Zero waste is a concept that can morph into a personal lifestyle, business practice, and community movement—if enough people join in. And the movement is really starting to take hold; Tom’s of Maine has already put forward a goal for its manufacturing facility to be waste-free by 2020. The […]
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Posted by Emily Clayton, guest blogger Mouthwash is important for helping your pearly whites stay clean and to promote overall oral health. But not all mouthwashes are the same, especially natural mouthwash. Mouth rinse can be purposed to fight cavities, plaque, tartar, bad breath, or gingivitis. Some are even marketed for tooth-whitening abilities. Have you […]
Posted by Colleen of Shibley Smiles As a parent, it’s my job to teach my children the ways of the world and that includes how to preserve it. This is especially true during Earth Month. For as long as I can remember, I’ve always been concerned with the environment. The thoughts of pollution, global warming, and […]
Posted by Laura Agadoni, guest blogger The food allergies in children are more common than doctors originally thought. A survey conducted during 2009 and 2010 that was published in the journal Pediatrics found that 8 percent of children suffer from food allergies. Luckily, food allergies can be managed if you know the signs and symptoms. Here’s […]
Posted by Maureen Wise, guest blogger As you drive home from a seasonal hike or camping trip, you more than likely cross a bridge with a stream or river running beneath it. Have you ever slowed down to catch a glimpse of the creek, tapping nature just a tiny bit? I always do. Connecting with your […]