This is it... 50 CRAZY SIMPLE WAYS TO SAY GOODBYE TO THOSE HIGH ELECTRICITY BILLS, SAVE YOURSELF A TON OF MONEY, AND, AMAZINGLY, BE MORE ECO-FRIENDLY AT THE SAME TIME! So are you ready for the challenge to change a few bad habits, learn some new ones and put money in your pocket? If so, read on…
I would have loved to have read an article such as this before I started my own personal journey. A journey into living a sustainable lifestyle that is good for me, my family, and the planet as a whole. I have included here a list of the things that you should know before starting a sustainable lifestyle. You Can’t Change Everything All At Once Making Mistakes Is Inevitable It’s Your Journey (Be Proud) Lifestyle Terms Are Only Guidelines Do What Makes You Happy Connect With Your Inspiration Think Before You Act Reduce, Reuse, Repair, Recycle, Repurpose, Rot, And Refuse.
We love our dogs and we love to share our food with them as a special treat. Who can resist those big brown eyes! But not all of our foods are safe. Some human foods are dangerous to dogs and can result in stomach upsets, breathing problems, panic attacks, tremors, coma, and even death. Read on for the comprehensive list of 30 human foods that are dangerous to dogs and the reasons why.
Bicarbonate of soda (Baking soda) is my favorite natural cleaner, as it appeals not only to the environmentalist in me but also to my inner cheapskate! It won't break the bank to buy, it's very effective, and it's extremely versatile. Almost every area in your kitchen can benefit from a wipe-over with bicarbonate of soda. This will help to prevent a build-up of grease and grime whilst deodorizing the kitchen at the same time. However, bicarbonate soda can leave a thin white film behind, so always rinse thoroughly with a damp cloth afterward to remove any remaining residue.
Baking soda is pure sodium bicarbonate and is commonly known as bicarbonate of soda in the UK. In contrast, baking powder is a ready-made and convenient pre-mixed blend of baking soda, plus a drying agent and an acidifying agent. These products bring their unique characteristics to baking, and this post will help you discover them.
Anybody can lose weight and sustainably keep it off if they can identify and reject the hidden diet saboteurs placed around them. For many people, weight gain is an issue because fat, sugar, and calories are absorbed without their knowledge. And once these fats are in the body, most individuals have little knowledge about how to nullify them.
As we steadily increase our demands on the world’s limited resources, we also see our actions having a direct effect on the climate of the world. Climate change is now largely accepted as real and as such, is a threat to our delicately balanced ecosystem and all life on earth. However, all is not lost. Many people around the world are switching onto this enforced realism and are starting to take action to curb its effects. From direct activism, to social media chats, to small proactive changes in personal lifestyle choices, people are trying to make a difference.
Vinegar is mentioned as the, “go to,” cleaner in virtually all the posts and videos you will ever see on the subject of natural cleaners; however if used incorrectly it quite literally has the power to kill you! In this post I will enlighten you to the dangers of five things that you should never mix with vinegar when cleaning.
Integrity is defined as – the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles. Moreover, people of integrity display high moral uprightness, truthfulness, and have the quality of projecting an aura of safety around them. It is not something you can own or buy from a shop. It comes from within and is a life choice, therefore you simply can’t fake integrity or change it from day to day. In this post, I will quickly demonstrate how to spot the 15 observable traits of integrity.