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6 Natural Solutions to Keep Your Home Green and Clean

Most store-bought cleaning products are full of toxins and chemicals. While they do a good job cleaning, you are putting you and your family at risk by having all those unnatural, potentially dangerous substances in your home. Free your home of these hazardous toxins by making your own homemade all-natural cleansers with ingredients you probably […]

Why Green Space is So Good for Your Children

There was a time when parents were pulling their sweaty, grass-stained kids back indoors, insisting they’d been playing outside all day. Today’s parents are struggling with a different scenario.  The shift happened gradually over the last 30 years and in that time, we’ve witnessed childhood obesity more than double. Kids today spend a great deal […]

Green Podcasts: Listening and Learning for Those Who Love the Environment

Green Podcasts:  Listening and Learning for Those Who Love the Environment Something fascinating happens to the human brain when it hears a captivating story. People get drawn in when they read a good book or watch a compelling movie. But there is something about hearing a story, narration, or dialogue in full audio that draws […]

4 Things We’ve Learned From Companies Who’ve Gone Green

More and more companies have realized that going green offers more benefits than the peace of mind that practicing sustainability brings.   It’s been discovered that practicing environmental responsibility not only has a positive social impact but it also has a positive effect on the bottom line. Here are 4 things we’ve learned from companies […]

The Rise of the Divine Feminine: What Does it Mean? A Message to Donald Trump

In her YouTube interview with Deepak Chopra  Jean Houston describes beautifully the phenomena we are witnessing on the planet today known as the “Rise of the Divine Feminine”.  This rise is bringing the world together to create a process that ensures inclusivity of all living beings.  The process is rooted in ecology recognizing Gaia or […]

Offshoring and the Growing Income Gap

There’s nothing wrong with globalization in general.  In many ways, it’s a great thing. Millions of people around the world are constantly sharing ideas and interests thanks to communication methods and technology like smartphones and the internet. We’re learning about each other as a people more than ever before. Globalization has had some interesting economic […]