"After living with just the necessities, we realized that we had much more time to spend with our family when we weren't spending it caring for a large house and lots of belongings."
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I once lived in a rainforest in Madagascar. When I asked where to dump the garbage, my new neighbors looked at each other with those faces that say, "Is she for real? What's a garbage?"
by guest blogger Bea Johnson, of The Zero Waste Home
The zero in "zero waste" makes it sound scary and hard to achieve. It's actually not as hard...
1. Why is living organic important to you?
Living organic is important to me because it has less impact on the environment and our health. I think it...
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Despite the down economy, Americans are still buying, buying, buying: This past Cyber Monday was the heaviest online shopping day of all time, with $1.25 billion spent. And as a result, our garbage cans are fuller than ever.
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