Spring keeps sending nice teasing days of warmth and sunshine as small teasers of what’s to come. One of the things to come as spring approaches, though, is Easter. For those of us making the commitment to live greener lives, Easter can present a few moments of unease. There are so many unknowns when it comes to Easter and just how green it is. These green ideas will help you stay true to the traditions of Easter, without causing unintentional harm to your family or the planet.
Very few things in life are more exciting than putting together your baby’s nursery. You have so many dreams, hopes, and plans for the new life you’re bringing into the world, and want to create a perfect welcome home for your little one.
Valentine’s Day is a day each year that is set aside to honor your sweetheart. You have many options available to you to celebrate this important day for couples. But choosing to go a greener, more earth-friendly route really makes a statement about your love for each other and the planet you call home.
When most people think of downsizing to reduce their carbon footprint, the immediate thought that comes to mind is tiny houses, where four people try to squeeze themselves and their most prized worldly possessions into a home that’s smaller than the average RV to live. While that’s certainly one way to do it, it isn’t the only way, and it isn’t even a necessary way to reduce your carbon footprint.