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“Living green” and “going green” are trendy buzzwords that have been thrown around over the last ten years, but what does it really mean to adopt a green lifestyle? 1. It means choosing to buy products made through green, sustainable methods Whenever you go to buy a new product, ask yourself if it was made through environmentally sustainable methods. What ingredients were used? What chemicals or toxins were added? How did it affect the landscape and local ecology? What type and amount of fuel was consumed in its production and...

Gardening isn’t a popular hobby these days, especially for children. It’s tough work and takes a while to see results. But it’s also enormously satisfying to eat a salad of something you grew yourself. Gardening is a great way to teach the importance of hard work and patience. It’s also a fantastic way to improve your organic lifestyle because you can bring those homegrown, 100% safe foods into your kitchen. Here are six tips to start a garden with your kids. 1. Pick easy plants – Some plants take considerably...

Green living should become a way of life all year-round, but it may be easiest to start going green during the summer months. With the summer season and warm weather here to stay, this is the perfect time to make some simple changes in your life to truly go green. Here are some ways you can go green this summer: 1. Start a Garden Go green this summer with your own homemade greens! As soon as the cold weather breaks, and you see nothing but warm, sunny days on the forecast,...

Living organic, or “green,” is simpler than most people think. It just means making choices to live in a manner that reduces your impact on the environment. You don’t have to do everything at once. In fact, you’re more likely to stick with your changes if you make them one at a time and let yourself become adjusted to the new lifestyle. Here are some ways you can start living organically. 1. Switch to organic cleaning products – This is a great first step because it’s becoming easier and easier....

Follow an Expert's Advice If you are pregnant and don't exercise, now is a great time to begin an exercise program. Pregnant women who already exercise can continue to exercise, though they may wish to exercise at a gentler pace. Women who are training athletes will need to work closely with their obstetrician to develop a training program that will keep the expectant mom in good shape without causing the baby any stress. What to Look for When Exercising An expectant mom needs to be very aware of how she...

Once you become a parent, a lot of things in your life are going to change. A quick pop down to the store that would usually take ten minutes will turn into an hour. A day trip to an amusement park can’t be planned that morning, it needs to be scheduled weeks in advanced. I think becoming a parent is one of the most magical experiences of a person’s life, but you will have to part with a few things… 1. Sleep Long stretches of deep, uninterrupted sleep are gone,...

Many families start with cloth diapers right away, but some switch later on as they become more experienced parents. If you’re considering making the switch to cloth diapers, it’s easier than most people think. You’ll save thousands over the course of your child’s diaper-wearing years and they reduce your family’s impact on the environment. You can switch to cloth diapers at any time, but you’ll want to do it sooner rather than later to maximize the advantages. Here are some tips on taking the plunge. 1. If you're unsure, go...

It can sometimes be difficult to get your toddler to understand why they should be doing something. Most times the standard toddler answer is “why?” Why is a good question for your child to ask when it comes to being eco-friendly.In order for them to take care of their environment, they first need to know why it is important. If you like your home and the products you use to be eco-friendly, then your first task in teaching your toddler to do the same is explaining to them why it...

Introducing solid foods is an important step in your baby’s development. You get to watch your baby’s reactions as he or she experiences all new types of textures and tastes, which can be a lot of fun! Studies show that children who are fed nutritious, healthy diets at a young age carry those habits with them throughout the rest of their life and enjoy healthier lives. Making baby food at home is simple process. Using fresh foods, a blender, and ice cube trays, you can quickly puree regular food items...

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