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31 Days: Reducing your Carbon Foot Print – Day 8 :: Recycling

October 20, 2012

You’ve Reduced the amount of packaging, and otherwise recyclable items that you’ve brought into your home, Re-purposed & Re-used others, so now what you have left over must be recycled. But what to do with all those items?  The good news: it’s getting much easier all over the country, the bad news: it’s not necessarily […]

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31 Days: Reducing your Carbon Foot Print – Day 7 :: Reusing/Repurposing

October 14, 2012

Ok, so we’ve covered a bit of Reducing, and to begin the topic of Reusing/Repurposing I’d like to share one of the ways we do here at our home. Glass Jars! Just over a year ago I knew that with the move to our new home we would be working towards eliminating Plastic from our […]

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31 Days: Reducing your Carbon Foot Print – Day 6 :: Reducing

October 11, 2012

*** Darn computer hiccup! Sorry for the delay. *** Now to wrap up Reducing! I wanted to showcase a website that specializes in products to help you go disposable-free! It’s called fittingly named Reusit! They carry a wide range of products that will make it easier to reduce our throw away lifestyle.  It’s a great […]

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31 Days: Reducing your Carbon Foot Print – Day 5 :: Reducing

October 7, 2012

So now that you know there are many reasons to reduce the amount of plastic you take into your life, how do you do it? Ways to reduce Plastic & More! The big three: Say NO to disposable items (things you use once & throw away). Plastic bags, water/other beverage bottles, utensils/straws, etc. Instead: Get […]

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Thoughts, pins & other cool things *March 23, 2012

March 23, 2012

This here is the Perfectly Flawed weekly round-up, so if you missed me on Pinterest & Facebook, this is where I’ll be sharing some of that LOVE on Fridays. Enjoy! __________________________________________________ Natural Egg Dying, Factory Farming & OWL Love! This week has been totally BLAH in the food department.  I did manage to make butter […]

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