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As St. Patricks day rolls around, it’s fun to think of ways to eat green. While I do my best to eat green everyday, I love a day that allows me to focus on doing...

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Everyone today is working to live a greener lifestyle. Homeschoolers have unique opportunities to teach their children about conservation on a daily basis. And those lessons can be incorporated into just about any subject. Here...

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For many reasons, families choose to purchase a real tree when celebrating Christmas. I personally know a few families that choose this option for their children with special needs; for them Christmas is more about...

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Downtown Las Vegas looks a lot different these days. If you haven’t been down to the Bail Bonds neighborhood, you may want to give it a second glance. Past the grit of the old motels...

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I love Target.  I shop there at least once a week and pray I can get out of there without spending more than $100 (which I fail to do most of the time).  Not only...

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Southern Nevada Celebrates Earth Day

April 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

Southern Nevada is getting green.  April 22nd is Earth Day and the Vegas Valley is hosting a few events that will bring attention and awareness to being kinder to our planet.  Earth Day started in...

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Send the Kids Back to School with Homemade Lunches So maybe you’ve never heard of “Bento Boxes” and don’t know exactly what they are. I have pinned a really great image here that can give...

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Be Kind to the Earth and Buy in Bulk

March 28, 2013 | 2 Comments

If you’ve been to our local grocery store, WinCo Foods, you probably noticed the aisles with huge barrels of food near the produce section.  The barrels contain everything from candy to packets of tea.  I...

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Five Easy Ways to Live Greener in the Desert

March 14, 2013 | 2 Comments

Earth Day is right around the corner (April 22nd).  Rather than celebrate just one day, try going a little greener all year round.  Going green does not mean that you have to sacrifice your A/C...

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