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Hot as a mother (not in a good way)... 😳

As the earth continues to warm, you may be asking yourself - what can I do to help? We've compiled some great, actionable tips from the National Resources Defence Council on how you can help stop global warming. The most important thing to you can do is to NEVER give up hope and to keep FIGHTING for our Mother (Earth).  💪   Healing the planet starts in your garage, in your kitchen, and at your dining-room table. by Melissa Denchak view original article at National Resources Defence Council  Raymond Forbes LLC/Stocksy Nations around the world are upping their game in the fight against climate change, even as President Trump recently announced the U.S.'s withdrawal from the Paris Agreement. And despite this reckless move, American mayors, state...

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Zero-Waste, Plastic-Free Easter

Making Easter, Zero-Waste With Easter around the corner, it is a reminder for us of how much we love the holidays in our family! It’s a chance to connect with our each other and make memories and traditions that will last a lifetime. As a kid, I remember waking up on Easter morning and running out to see my Easter basket and to search for Easter eggs. It was filled with toys, candy, and PLASTIC! Lots, and lots and lots of plastic. It was a different time, of course, and when I was a child and people weren’t as concerned about plastic “grass” packaging and zero-waste was an almost unknown concept.  Now that I am a parent, I quickly realized...

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How to use beeswax wrap

If you are just getting started on your zero-waste journey or are new to beeswax food wrap storage, this article will quickly help you learn how to use beeswax wraps. First off, what is beeswax wrap?  Beeswax wrap is an eco-friendly way to store foods in a natural and safe way without leeching toxic plastic chemicals into your food. The best part is, unlike single-use disposable plastic, you can wrap, wash and reuse again and again! Our beeswax wraps are made with 100% cotton fabric, beeswax, jojoba oil, and pine resin. The beeswax and jojoba oil have natural antibacterial properties and water repelling characteristics to keep your food fresh. The tree resin helps the wrap cling to itself so that you can...

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