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12Mar 2016

The United Nations-backed International Women’s Day 2016 was celebrated on March 8th, but there’s more to it than just paying lip service to the history of women making change in the world. It’s a day to consider what women can do going forward, to make a positive impact on society and the planet. This year’s […]

20Feb 2016

It may seem early to be thinking about gardening, with parts of the country still blanketed in snow and dealing with freezing temperatures, but mid- to late-February is actually an ideal time to plan out your green activities for the upcoming season. Especially in more Southerly States where the first Spring flowers are already starting […]

06Feb 2016

With the start of February comes two weeks where everything is awash in red and pink, with heart and cupid motifs adorning everything from your local coffee shop to the workplace. Valentine’s Day is a major holiday event and cultural touchstone that so many people enjoy. Whether you have a special someone in your life […]

30Jan 2016

It may still be winter, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get a head start on your spring cleaning. After all, who wants to spend the warmer, sunnier months indoors scrubbing all day? Continuing from our theme last week, today we have some great non-edible uses for food scraps. Instead of tossing these small bits […]

27Jan 2016

The Super Bowl this year, Super Bowl 50, is supposed to be the most viewed television program ever. As a Colorado native and HUGE Broncos fan, you can guess that I’m excited about the upcoming big game.  Now my family doesn’t actually own a TV so most games we listen to on the radio or […]