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Indoor Gardening: 3 Easy Edibles to Grow in your Kitchen

As most of the northern hemisphere deals with the frigid days of winter, gardeners are lamenting the lack of fresh vegetables from the backyard garden. There’s just nothing quite like fresh, homegrown tomatoes, lettuce, and other vegetables. However, there might be a way to tide over your appetite for fresh veggies till summer...

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Small Business and Sustainability

In the modern world, sustainability is part of everyone’s lives – even if just to the smallest extent. Being mindful of recycling and energy consumption are just two examples of the depth that sustainability has in everyday life. It goes so deep, in fact, that a commitment to the environment and the future needs to be...

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Eco Threads vs. Toxic Threads: Green is the New Black

Did you know that some fashion brands are still selling clothing contaminated with hazardous chemicals? The fashion industry is renowned for using harmful chemicals for dying, bleaching and making synthetic fibre. Even natural cotton is contaminated with tons of chemicals that are disposed of improperly, polluting the world we...

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Go Green with Your Plumbing

Image source: Gabriel Rocha In case you haven’t already noticed, the entire world is trying to be more eco-friendly and save our planet. If you want to keep up with the world, you should consider changing some of your habits. All of the energy sources in the world are being consumed to an excessive degree, and this trend is very...

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What Happens to My Old Gadgets

We all love a few favourite gadgets and no matter how old they get, our heart aches to bid adieu to them. However, at some point in time we are forced to part ways with our favourite gadgets and welcome another new technology. Recent research has shown that all electronic waste needs to be disposed of rather than shipping them...

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How Much Energy (and Money) Are you Wasting?

In order to save money on your energy bills it’s important to first understand your energy waste points. Energy can be wasted in a number of different ways, and once you know what to look for you’ll be seeing it everywhere. Seal drafts First of all if you feel a draft coming in, that means air can escape, so seal up any...

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