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How to keep your dog from ruining the environment

We love our dogs. There are an estimated 69 million dogs in the US alone, and most of those dogs…

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Review of the Impossible Whopper

Today I learned that the Impossible Whopper had finally become available nation wide. (It actually became available everywhere last month…

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Fight climate change with your gardening tools

Climate change is here, whether we are skeptical about it or not. While government authorities fight over what laws, if…

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Why Plastic Straws Are Getting Banned

Plastic straws are so common, we don’t even think about them anymore. We get them with our lattes, with the…

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Review of LUSH hair bars

I admit, I’ve had a run in with shampoo bars before, and my experience was not a good one. Years…

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Our top picks for your eco-kid’s lunchbox

If you caught my earlier post about helping your child remember their reusable bags, you know that I’ve been working…

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Your kids and reusables

“I threw the reusable lunch bags away again!” My son’s tone wasn’t apologetic, it was borderline triumphant, like it was…