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Simple Strategies For A Greener, More Energy Efficient Kitchen {Guest Post}

3 Tips That Will Lower Your Carbon Footprint and Save You Money Many people have the desire to live a more environmentally friendly lifestyle, and they are looking for simple, easy strategies that they can implement at home to accomplish their goals. Given the amount of energy and water used in the kitchen as well as the amount […] Read more…

Frugal Guide to Food Shopping

The weekly food shop is something that you can’t do without. Image Source: Flickr Some spending can be stopped, such as expensive TV contracts or catalogue shopping, however; everyone needs to eat! So while you do need to buy food regularly, try to make sure that you’re still saving money where you can. Shop around. Shops vary […] Read more…

Food Safety Tips: How to Properly Store Homemade Baby Food {Guest Post}

Storing baby food properly is very important. A baby’s stomach is much more sensitive than an adult’s stomach, which means that a baby can easily get a stomachache or diarrhea from eating foods that have not been properly stored. The following tips for baby food storage can help you to know how to keep a […] Read more…

A Frozen Treat on a Hot Day {Guest Post}

Things sure are hot around our neck of the woods, and what better way to cool down than with a popsicle! As much as I love the bright sugar filled ones from the grocery store; sometimes it is nice to give my son one with less junk in it. I searched around online for a […] Read more…

The Ergonomics of Stress Management {Guest Post}

Four elements to help distress your body and mind at the office Work can be a stressful place to be—especially if your workplace is uncomfortable or taking a toll on your physically and mental health. It’s a sad reality that oftentimes the physical environments we work in our toxic to our health. Aspects of our […] Read more…

Stress Management Means A Healthier Baby! {Guest Post}

When people talk about important elements of a healthy pregnancy, they often mention proper nutrition and exercise. Stress management on the part of the mother is also essential to the developing baby for a number of reasons. High levels of stress during pregnancy can cause developmental and emotional problems in a baby after it’s born. In contrast, keeping […] Read more…

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