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Green Investing: The Complete Guide

For most people, helping out the environment doesn’t mean completely overhauling the way they live. It simply means choosing more sustainable ways to do what they already do. Like buying reusable grocery bags or purchasing clothes from environmentally conscious companies, green investing is a powerful...

26 Plants That Clean The Air

By David Wright.  Bestpicko.com Formany years nobody considered the impact of plants as an indoor-purifier. Yes, the environment friendly role of plants is known since ages, but nobody imagined the extent to which plants can purify the air inside your living space. That was before NASA...

Breathing Techniques: A Guide to the Science and Methods

GroomandStyle.com Breathing is part of our body’s master blueprint for regulating the body’s rhythms. Yet how often do we take breathing for granted? Short ragged breath rhythms will both reflect our emotional state and cause us to grow frantic, stressed, and unfocused. Slow, even breathing, on the...

Tips For An Eco-Friendly Pregnancy

A recent survey conducted by The Bump found that 69% of people become more concerned about “going green” once they find out that they’re pregnant. The health of the planet is a growing concern for more people than ever, and when the health of the planet is...

5 Easy Eco-Friendly Stain Removal Hacks to Wash Your Clothes

It’s well known that washing your clothes requires energy and a lot of water. In fact, the average American household uses over 13,000 gallons of water a year to wash laundry alone. The energy consumption and water usage puts a strain on the environment —...

Decluttering experts share effective downsizing advice for apartment living

By Urban.com.au Downsizing to apartment-living is growing in popularity due to housing affordability and the attractive low-maintenance living on offer. The Australian Bureau of Statistics 2016 survey found there was around one occupied apartment for every five occupied houses in Australia, compared to one for every seven back...