Tap Project's Good Deed

Growing up, I always made the assumption that (clean, drinkable) water would always be available.  My wasteful habits are astonishing to look back upon: running water while brushing teeth; not turning the hose off while washing the car; and running the kitchen sink while washing dishes. The millions of gallons of water my family and I wasted make me cringe with disgust. ...more

Purple is the New Green When it Comes to Shopping

Online shopping: I know I couldn’t live without it.  It’s one of the most convenient tools the Internet has to offer.  Every search engine or guide plugs that they make it the easiest, fastest or have the largest selection available.  ...more

An Inspiring Green Dream

Go confidently in the direction of your dreams! Live the life you’ve imagined. As you simplify your life, the laws of the universe will be simpler. ...more

Making Your Computer Usage More Green

My Yoga Online has posted a new Green Living article by Michael Bloch, Greening Your Computer Use. Michael reviews some simple and practical ways for computers to reduce their carbon foot print as well as save money. ...more

How Green Is Your Pet's Pooper Scooper?

Picking up after our pets (yes, their poop) in most places it’s not only law, but common courtesy.  No one likes to do it, but it has to be done.  Although this matter is totally biodegradable, why then do we place it into a non-biodegradable bag?  If you still use regular plastic bags, let me remind you about some of the hazardous statistics: ...more

National Wildlife Week nature activities for kids

There aren't a lot of holidays or celebrations in the year that have to do with wildlife. Oh sure, we had Groundhog Day last month, but isn't that over in about 15 minutes, tops? We think about reindeer at Christmas (but it's a stretch), and sometimes bats for Halloween. But this week, Monday through Friday, is National Wildlife Week. So no animals will get left out. It's a push by the National Wildlife Federation to encourage wildlife awareness and love for nature. ...more

Can Green Toilet Paper Wipe Out Luxury Toilet Paper Profits?

If you don't include all the people who buy their paper products at Wal-Mart,Americans spent about $3.7 billion on toilet paper last year. Wal-Mart toilet paper shoppers are not included in these statistics because Wal-Mart doesn't report these sales data. So what do you think? Does Wal-Mart sell a billion dollars worth of toilet paper every year or is that too conservative a number? Who knows? ...more

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Green cleaning products: Say good-bye to dirt, not your family's health!

Spring is nearly here, and women are blogging and tweeting their fingers off about cleaning.  Spring Cleaning!  Now, I don't know about you, but Spring has never reminded me of anything but the blessed end of winter.  Cleaning is something I do when my husband is too busy to get to it first.  But after a winter of flu that wouldn't quit and a flea season that stretched on and on, I decided it was time to give our apartment a thorough scrubbing. ...more

The house is starting to lose its shine.  Good thing Natural Home Cleaning Professionals is ...more


“Now if we only had a superhero who could stand here and turn the generator real fast, then we wouldn’t need to burn so much fuel to make…electricity.” (Electricity, Electricity— SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK!)   ...more

Water Rationing Is Not Just For Californians

California’s third year of drought is cause for alarm.  Reservoirs are low even though there have been large amounts of snow from storms lately. ...more