Felicia

Felicia is a bit of a tree hugger and likes to share ways to lighten the toxic burden on the environment.

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Environmentally Friendly Internet and Phone Service?

| November 7, 2010 | 1 Comment

The other day as I was wandering around the internet and I came across Earthtones.com. Earth Tones offers wireless phone service, long distance phone service and internet access.  The real kicker with Earth Tones is that they donate 100% of their profits to organizations that help to make the environment better. Earth Tones Wireless Service […]

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How to Teach Sustainability to Kids: Fun Tips, Ideas and Things to Do

How to Teach Sustainability to Kids: Fun Tips, Ideas and Things to Do

| September 7, 2010 | 2 Comments

As a parent who tries very hard to live simple and green, it important to me that my toddler learns the same. Sustainable living is all about ensuring that we create the least amount of impact on our environment while fulfilling our own needs and requirements. While it may seem tough or challenging to explain […]

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Fixing Solar Lights

Fixing Solar Lights

| July 29, 2010 | 0 Comments

In my last post I was very excited about my solar spotlights. They worked well and they helped me to see the trash when I made a night trash run. You would think that I’d leave well enough alone, wouldn’t you? Well, I didn’t.

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Solar Lights and Taking Out Trash at Night

Solar Lights and Taking Out Trash at Night

| July 22, 2010 | 1 Comment

I’ve rekindled my love affair with solar power and solar lights. Like most folks, I’ve got the obligatory solar lights that line front walkway to my house. It works well and provides sufficient light since I live in an area with no street lights. That was the extent of my solar light affair until recently. […]

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Natural Mosquito Repellent

Natural Mosquito Repellent

| July 5, 2010 | 3 Comments

Over the 4th of July weekend we spent quite a bit of time outdoors at night. I don’t need to mention what happens outside at night in the summer. If you go out without protection, you are eaten alive. I don’t care how close you sit next to the citronella torches and candles, you still […]

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Cleaning Online Clutter

Cleaning Online Clutter

| March 17, 2010 | 3 Comments

I decided to walk the walk, not just talk the talk. One of the characteristics of living green is cutting out redundancy, eliminating waste and finding more efficient ways to do things. To that end, I made a few online changes. After taking stock of my online endeavors, I realized I was adding to Internet […]

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How To Detox Your Home

| March 13, 2010 | 0 Comments

(NAPSI)-There are more products available now than ever before that will help erase stain spots, scour tubs and clean the floors of our homes. According to Dr. Alan Greene, a noted pediatrician, author and green-living expert, recent scientific evidence shows increasing links between common household chemicals and children’s health problems. “When you think about the […]

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Let The Sunshine In And Earn A Rebate

| March 6, 2010 | 0 Comments

Brightening your home with energy-efficient windows could earn you a tax rebate.

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Help for Notoriously Rough, Dry Hands

Help for Notoriously Rough, Dry Hands

| January 18, 2010 | 1 Comment

After many years of submerging my hands in water, doing household chores, cleaning, diaper changing, etc., my hands have become extremely rough. They’re so rough that I’m scared to touch myself. Wiping away tears means that I’ve got to pull my long sleeved shirt over my hands to wipe my daughter’s tears or giving a […]

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Recycling for the Wine Connoisseur

| August 9, 2009 | 0 Comments

Earlier on I had a post on how to recycle wine bottles. Well, here’s an article on what to do with the corks. The author provides 10 solutions on how to recycle wine bottle corks. The only one she seems to be missing is creating a wine bottle cork board. It’s simple and easy to […]

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