Any long-term habit stems from an idea, the decision to implement the idea and the commitment to make it an ongoing routine. The New Year is the perfect time to reassess your sustainability habits and find out where you can make improvements. Here are a few eco resolutions to consider adding to your action plan:
Beaches call to mind relaxation time, sun, sand and beautiful views. But if you’re on vacation with your kids, you’ll know that they won’t be satisfied by lying in the sun with an e-book all day. Here are some fun and safe beach activities for kids that will make everyone’s holiday more enjoyable.
Hill’s Ideal Balance ingredient list includes fresh chicken, natural salmon, fruit (such as apples and cranberries), vegetables, brown rice, eggs and flaxseed.
The foods you enjoy over the festive season are known for being delicious and fattening, which is why you might dust off your gym membership once the holidays are over. But festive foods don’t have to be high in calories. Here are five tasty and healthy Christmas recipe ideas to try.
You want gorgeous skin and hair, but it’s not just the products you use that can achieve this. Your food choices play a big role in making you look your best. One of your New Year’s Resolutions should be to add more of these beauty-boosting foods to your diet so that you can say hello to brighter skin and thicker hair.
You probably accumulate a lot of stuff over the festive season but also buy a lot in the form of gifts for friends, co-workers, family, yourself, the home, extras for the kids, and so on. It adds up to a lot! But what happens to all that you buy once the season ends? It all becomes clutter, waste and debt.
The holidays can be a stressful time but you don’t have to let those feelings wreak havoc on your body. There are some simple yet effective green ways to deal with difficulties this holiday season. So when you feel yourself getting agitated, try these on for size.
Flowers, flowers everywhere! They’re one of the most important wedding decisions you’ll make because they set the theme and give everything a dream-like effect. But when you’re going to town with the perfect bunches and bouquets for your big day, make sure you choose seasonal flowers.
Let’s have a food fight! No, it’s not what you think. Instead of throwing food around, let’s fight against food waste. The thought of food ending up in the bin isn’t only sad because so many people would kill for the bruised fruit or leftover sandwiches we throw away, but it’s also negative for the environment. Here is how you can start decreasing your food footprint.
Many parents are trying to cut back on the amount of sugar their children consume, but events like Halloween can be tough seeing as candy is such a big part of the festivities. Whether you’re dishing out treats or just want some sugar-free ideas to keep around the house, consider these options instead: