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38 of The Best Affordable Eco-Friendly Products on Amazon

Earth Day Is Never Out of Season On April 22, 1970, the world’s first Earth Day was celebrated in the US, thanks to <strong><a style=”color: #0000ff;” href=”https://www.history.com/topics/holidays/earth-day” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>Senator Gaylord Nelson</a></strong>. Growing up in the 90s, my elementary school went all out for Earth Day and turned it into a week of environmental education. My school would turn one entire wing of the school into a jungle decorated with drawings that teachers would create with […]

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The 13 Best Grocery Hacks to Save Money Now

Are You Feeling the Grocery Pinch? Food is one of the essentials that humans need to survive. And if you’ve found yourself reading this article, you’re looking for ways to make that need less expensive. Maybe you’ve resolved to build your finances, have felt your wallet tightening from inflation, or you just like a good deal. No matter the reason, I’m here to make it easy to save money on groceries.  Over the years, I’ve

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French Press Coffee Brewed Simple

French Press Makes a Custom Coffee Easy French pressing is one of my favorite methods to brew coffee. It’s not only an affordable eco-friendly way to brew but also easy to customize the strength of your brew. Because French Pressing only requires a way to boil water, it’s a great option when looking for a caffeine fix while camping without access to electricity. So long as a fire or a stove with a propane line, a

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Simple Lemon Hacks to Save You Money

Lemon Peels Can Pack a Flavor Punch Lemon is a popular flavor throughout the culinary world. From baked goods, teas, seasoning blends, and even candy, lemon is a classic flavor. While the acidic juice inside lemons provides the sour pucker, the peel has a more mild citrus profile with much less bitterness. So instead of the peel ending up in your compost or landfill, save it for an easy boost of flavor to recipes! All

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How to Reduce Your Coffee Carbon Footprint

Caffeine Fixes are Not Young in American History Coffee in America has come a long way since its introduction in 1607 thanks to John Smith. While coffee may be a popular caffeine fix today, that wasn’t always the case. Tea was preferred by many Americans throughout the 1600s and early 1700s. What ultimately helped boost the popularity of coffee was the Boston Tea Party.  Fast forward to today’s time, and coffee houses seem to be on

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