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Life Imitates Art or Art Imitating Life

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Life Imitates Art or Art Imitating Life After watching the NFL Conference Championship insanity on Sunday, my girlfriend and I started scrolling NetFlix and chose to watch a movie Called IO! The movie deals with a dying Earth, the atmosphere on Earth has become so polluted and toxic, almost all life on Earth has either died or left the planet ... Read More »

5 Benefits of Growing Your Own Organic Garden

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Organic Gardening Chemicals are destroying your health. Fruits and vegetables that you eat are laced with pesticides that do more harm than good. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Grow your own food with organic gardening to enjoy delicious, healthy, and inexpensive fruits and vegetables. Here are five awesome benefits of growing your own organic garden. 1. It’ll ... Read More »

8 Simple Eco-Friendly Changes to Make Your Outdoor Life Greener

8 Simple Eco-Friendly Changes Outdoor adventure helps to foster a sense of respect towards the environment, but when we’re not careful, we end up affecting the natural areas we spend time in without realizing it. The next time you go hiking, camping, or on another outdoors adventure, try these eight suggestions to make your outdoor experience environmentally-friendly. Buy Biodegradable Cutlery ... Read More »

Living Green: Enjoy Nature in a Healthy Way

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Living Green Every season comes with its own set of aesthetic appeal and predominant colors in nature. This is why cold weather serves as no excuse when it comes to planning an outing into the wilderness. There is always something new to discover as you stroll through the landscape untouched by man. However, one of the important matters you should ... Read More »

Eco-Friendly Preparation for Natural Disasters

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Eco-Friendly Preparation for Natural Disasters Natural disasters affect human society in more than one way. The two most notable examples that always go hand in hand are infrastructural damage and humanitarian crises. However, there is one, equally as tragic after-effect that always follows their trail and makes their consequences even more profound – environmental problems. So, in order to try ... Read More »

Legalized Marijuana, Good for the Planet?

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Legalized Marijuana The movement for legalized marijuana use and cultivation is picking up steam across the U.S. In California medical marijuana has been legal since 1996, while recreational use—though still not legal—is widely accepted with possession of small amounts as a minor misdemeanor. Since then, multiple other states have followed on California’s footsteps in legalizing the popular plant or at ... Read More »

Sand is the new oil, Infographic Explains

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Sand Is The New Oil The 20th century was largely influenced by the oil market. Economies rose because they struck oil, oil price determined welfare, power and oil were tightly connected. Will oil still continue to play such a major role or will the next century be influenced by something else? Chances are, sand is the new oil. Sand is ... Read More »

Feeling Down? Try Gardening

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Feeling Down? Try Gardening There are lots of ways to relieve stress and improve your mood when you’re feeling down. You can go for a run, take a vacation, or spend a day at the spa. But while these are effective stress relief strategies, they’re not accessible to everyone. Seniors and people with disabilities may struggle with strenuous exercise, and ... Read More »

The Bios Urn: Add To Your End of Life Plans

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The Bios Urn At the bottom of this post you can download your very own Bios Urn Pre-Planning form to include in your arrangements. In this post, we will detail how you can pre-plan with the Bios Urn. To think about life, also entails thinking about the end of life. We hope that in our efforts to normalize the Bios ... Read More »