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Environmentally conscious living leads to a happy and healthy lifestyle. Learn to keep your home and laundry chemical free, and spruce up your front yard by learning how to garden. Look to us for easy to use guides and a green thumb to help. From advice on recycling, to CFL lights and composting, there are endless things we can do in our everyday lives to protect our earth and keep ourselves healthy, fit, and happy.

How To Be Green While You Clean Your Home

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As the world becomes more aware of the impact we are having on the planet, many of us are taking steps to live greener lives. One of the biggest ways that people are contributing to the eco-friendly effort is by transitioning to green cleaners. Take a look at what makes a cleaner green and see some examples of effective green cleaners on the market today…

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Best Homemade Weed Killer (With Ingredients You Already Have)

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Weeds are quite possibly the most annoying thing in your yard, especially in the warmer months. They make their way through cracks in the driveway, find their way into flower beds, grow proudly pop up in the garden and sprout just about everywhere imaginable. If you have kids or pets around, you probably don’t want to spray your yard with harmful chemicals. Skip the Roundup and consider using a more natural weed control. Make the best natural weed killer using these organic weed control recipes to keep those pesky weeds gone for good…

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Solar Attic Fan Reviews: A Cool Purchase For Your Home?

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Do you want to keep your home cooler in the summer in an eco-friendly way? A solar attic fan can help reduce the strain on your HVAC system, keep your upstairs cooler and modestly reduce your electric bill, all by harnessing the natural power from the sun. And, in some locations, you can even qualify for a tax credit for your purchase.

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Best Compost Bin: A Down And Dirty Comparison

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Looking for the best compost bin but feeling lost in the weeds? Composting is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint while also creating fertilizer to help your garden flourish. In our experience it also decreased kitchen odor from food rot in the trash can while also reducing your amount of trash, especially if you combine it with recycling. Earth’s Friends has researched the best indoor and outdoor composting bins so you can feel confident with your decision and get to composting soon! Get ready to toss away those scraps into a stylish and smell-free system while lowering your impact on the landfill…

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From You Flowers Review: Could You Save Big On Your Flowers?

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Want to have flowers sent to your loved one without spending an arm and a leg? From You Flowers lets you order flowers online and for a reasonable price. Prices for the same flower arrangement can vary based on location, time of year and quality of flowers, but From You Flowers offers beautiful floral designs at a price that’s hard to beat. Learn more about why we think From You Flowers is among the best…

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FTD Flowers Review: Blooming Past The Competition?

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Flowers have a way of brightening up a space and a person’s day. If you’re bad at remembering special occasions and don’t have time to go to your local florist, FTD can send you reminders and deliver an arrangement to your recipient the day of ordering. With numerous arrangements to choose from, you’re bound to find the perfect gift for your loved one. Plus you can add on a card, candy or other items to show how much you care. Read our review of FTD below to learn more about this online floral delivery service…

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Best Organic Lawn & Garden Fertilizer (Plus How To Use It)

As a little girl, I can remember helping my dad in the garden. I remember tomatoes sitting on the window sill waiting to be placed on a BLT sandwich. I remember picking the green beans and shucking the corn. I have fond memories of helping out in the garden (even if I wasn’t helping as much as I was getting dirty). I hope to have my own garden this spring, and in preparation, I have done some research on various organic herbicides and fertilizers for the lawn and garden. Below are some of the best picks I found…

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