The New Art of Living Green: How to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint and Live a Happier, More Eco-Friendly Life
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This guide provides a collection of proven ways to live green practically, and on a daily basis. The book is divided into seven chapters, each represented by a color of the rainbow. Learn more about such topics as:
The World around You: How to act now
The Home: Making slow and simple changes
The Body: Going from chemicals to natural
The Garden:How to farm anywhere
Work and Play: Incorporating sustainable living into your routine
Raw Food: Green recipes for you and Mother Earth
Spirituality: Discovering the feeling of togetherness
It’s easy to become complacent with a routine, so to help free you of bad habits, each chapter ends with seven challenges for you to try at home. Finally transform thought into action and lend a helping hand toward making our planet a better place for future generations to come. Even the smallest of changes can make a difference!
Reduce waste! • Bring a cloth bag, or reuse plastic bags when shopping. • Buy fruit and vegetables in bulk if possible. • If you are out and about, bring simple cutlery instead of using plastic. You can get cutlery made of wood in travel kits. • Compost. • Sort garbage and recycle as much as possible. Be active in the community and push for recycling in your area. • Shop less and often to avoid throwing out food. The food waste is a huge eco-villain. • Buy herbs and other veggie plants in
fertile period are happening. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 90 percent of all women are able to tabulate their own fertility after one month of observation. The method is used diligently by Catholics and other societies that do not allow contraceptives, but is suitable for all who want natural sex. THE RHYTHM METHOD is another quite natural method for avoiding penetration during the fertile days. Instead of keeping notes of discharges as in the Billings method, the rhythm
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the sidewalk for others to enjoy. If you have time, try to use the fruit. It doesn’t cost anything and you will enjoy the memories of summer and early fall all winter. Besides, the fruit is locally grown, organic, and has more nutrients than the fruit you would otherwise have to buy in the store. You can freeze, preserve, dry, or cook fruit. Wrap each apple in newspaper and store in a cool place. TIP! Core apples and cut in rings. Hang the rings on a thin wooden rod. Pretty and tasty! TIP!
our parenthood. Stress has an unhealthy effect on our children, so getting all worked up about all the toxins they are exposed to may actually be as ‘poisonous’ as the toxins themselves. We must do what we can where we are; learn more and become more aware of how things affect our children. It has become more obvious that herbicides do affect children. The spraying of crops is a rather new concept and since we can not go back in time and see how chemicals in food production affect human health,