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Rise to Green the Greatest Show on Grass

You might have just finished the holiday cleanup, but that doesn’t mean big gathering are over, especially if you are a football fan! Super Bowl parties are a sacred tradition of Americans; a day devoted to spending time with friends, reviewing commercials, and eating game day food. Food is one of the main highlights of … Continue reading

Green Up Your Thanksgiving

The holidays are meant to bring out the best in us. Throughout the season, we celebrate love, give thanks, create cheer and whip up joy. Amid the merry-making, with the average American spending $935.58 on food, gifts, and other holiday items, we’re also generating a ton of trash. Starting with Thanksgiving alone, the volume of waste in … Continue reading

Brilliant Closet Lifehacks

Reclaim your closet no matter how tight or tiny it is. Get the most out of your space and uncover the closet of your dreams with these brilliant closet lifehacks that will maximize every inch of your wardrobe space.  1. Before you begin your closet makeover, survey what you’ve got in stock. Start by taking everything … Continue reading

Renew Your Green Commitment this America Recycles Day

Renew Your Green Commitment this America Recycles Day

America Recycles Day, November 15th, is a nationally recognized day dedicated to looking at recycling with new eyes. Not only are we reminded to keep recycling; we’re encouraged to think beyond the commonly recycled items and improve our recycling portfolio. Since 1997, Americans have been using the day, which was established by Keep America Beautiful, … Continue reading

Spring Cleaning Happiness

Spring Cleaning Happiness

Dusting the winter cobwebs away doesn’t have to be a dirty game. In addition to sprucing up your space, spring cleaning can add lightness to your life by clearing your mind and helping you establish fresh habits all year round. After all, once you’ve gone through the effort to whip your rooms and closets into … Continue reading

Season’s Greenings

Season’s Greenings

From Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day, household waste increases by more than 25 percent, and this extra trash — mostly food, shopping bags, product packaging and wrapping paper — adds up to an additional 1 million tons of waste a week that’s sent to U.S. landfills, according to the EPA.