Your Guide to Wrapping Green This Holiday Season

November 27, 2009 by  
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This year many people are trying to be more earth conscious but one major problem that many come up against during the holidays is how to wrap gifts in an eco-friendly manner. According to Gift Bags Gone Green every year Americans spend more than $5 billion dollars on gift wrap, bags, and tissue paper- and the majority of that ends up in landfills. If you want to be eco-friendly you definitely don’t want to contribute to that huge pile of gift wrap that ends up in landfills

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Solar Power Costs 50% Lower than Last Year

November 27, 2009 by  
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New research by leading alternative energy research firm New Energy Finance finds that solar power will cost less by about 50% at the end of 2009 compared to the end of 2008.

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Something Every Parent Should Have: Removeez

November 21, 2009 by  
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I think it’s happened to us all- the kid gets a hold of a pen or marker or even some paint…and it refuses to come off the skin even when scrubbing so hard you practically take the skin off. And we know that is neither is fun for the parent nor the child

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