Monday

Fun Activities to Do at Home This Summer

Guest Writer, Maggie Baker

Now that the school year as come to a close and summer is upon us, it is time to make plans for the upcoming season. Chances are, most of us will be spending our summer at home for the most part, but that doesn't mean this summer must be boring. There are plenty of fun activities you can do at home, either alone or with your family. Embrace the summer fun and try some of these fun activities at home.

Wednesday

Bee Giveaway! {Giveaway Over}




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Bees are such an important part of our world and we want to celebrate them with this beautiful bee giveaway! Giveaway includes: 

Friday

Top Benefits of Including Probiotic Food on Your Diet


Guest Writer, Maggie Baker


Mainstream diet plans are ever-changing and consistently contradicting themselves. Finding what diet is best for your body can be a daunting task when trying to sift through the amount of new information available. Bacteria is often only thought of negatively and as a source of illness. Many people are unaware of the estimated 100 trillion “good” bacteria that are essential to our survival. Probiotics are nothing new and already exist inside our bodies working to keep us healthy in many different ways. These live microorganisms can be easily consumed by increasing your intake of certain prebiotic foods or taking specific probiotic supplements.

Monday

Ways to Make Your Outdoor Spaces Green For Spring

Guest Writer, Maggie Baker


Cold winter weather is on its way out, and your neglected outdoor spaces need some attention and revitalization. Your beautiful patio, balcony, yard, or garden has seen better days, but as the warm weather arrives, you may want to spend more time outside. In the spirit of the outdoors, get your outdoor spaces ready for the new season by following environmentally friendly practices. Using eco-friendly fuels, like propane, in grills and adding local plants are two simple environmentally friendly ways to spruce up your outdoor space. By putting some love, care, and elbow grease into fixing your outdoor area, you can create a wonderful outdoor haven in time for Spring while being kind to the planet.

“Greening” Your Kitchen with These 5 Steps

Guest Writer, Maggie Baker

The kitchen is commonly cited as people’s favorite room, but it is one of the least eco-friendly rooms in the average home. Most people never consider the environmental impacts of their kitchen when cooking or cleaning, so most kitchens are nowhere near as green as they could be. Making your kitchen environmentally friendly doesn’t require an extraordinary amount of time or money, and with some simple changes, you can easily turn your kitchen green. Combining small changes with larger green projects, like solar energy, can lead to even greater benefits for both you and the planet. 

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