Monthly Archives: March 2015

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Happy Cow

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If you are committed to a healthy eating, vegetarian, or vegan lifestyle, then you know the challenges you face finding good food to satisfy your dietary and culinary requirements. That’s where Happy Cow comes into the picture, by offering the quintessential guide for all things vegetarian/vegan.

Green Hotels

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Travelers often look for different things when choosing hotels. However, Forbes reports that a recent survey reveals that two out of three travelers want to stay in green hotels. Another interesting reveal from this survey is that travelers feel hotels need to do a better job of letting them know about their environmentally friendly practices.

Green Housekeeping: Planet-Friendly Cleaning Options

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Spring cleaning is in the air, and today, environmentally-friendly cleaning products abound.

You try hard to live a lifestyle that not only avoids exposing your family to unnecessary harsh chemicals, but also one that doesn’t expose the planet to unnecessary toxins, pollutants, and other negative outcomes. For some people, cleaning products have proven particularly challenging.

FROGBOX: Greener Moving Boxes

Ever get tired of the endless search for cardboard boxes when moving? How about the guessing game that goes along with deciphering the not-so-interesting smells coming from them? Search no more. There’s a better way to deal with the boxing of your prized possessions when moving – FROGBOX!

What are Social K Retirement Plans?

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At the heart and soul of it, the social(k) retirement plan is a 401(k) plan with a social conscious. Businesses and employees alike are looking for ways to make their investments matter. What better way to do that than by using your retirement investments to invest in socially conscious endeavors?

Energy Tax Credit: 2015 Edition

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In an effort to do their part to encourage citizens to live greener, more energy efficient lives, state and federal governments have taken to offering tax credits to homeowners who invest in greater energy efficiencies.