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CBD For The Win!

No, you won’t get high!!! No, you won’t feel buzzed!! CBD oil, or Cannabidiol oil, is one of our favorite natural remedies.  If you follow our personal accounts on Instagram, you know that we are avid users and promoters of CBD oil.  Let’s start by explaining what CBD is. This oil can go by many different names such as CBD-rich hemp oil, hemp-derived CBD oil, or CBD-rich cannabis oil. We know a lot of people get hesitant when you mention […]

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‘Tis the Season to be Sustainable

  Tis’ the season to up your sustainability game! Some of the tips and tricks in this article can help you cut down on waste this season and create an eco-friendly home for all to celebrate in. When it comes to decorating for big parties or even just for yourself, the most traditional decorations can be the most wasteful ones. The center of the home during Christmas time is the tree, and this is typically one of the most wasteful […]

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Superfood Power: Reishi, Cacao, Methyl B12, and BCAA’s

As you all may know, Brenden has a plant-based company called Planet Protein. He just recently launched a protein powder that is full of superfoods, so we wanted to share a blog post of what superfoods are included and why! These natural supplements have healing powers that aid in proper body function and overall wellness. Reishi Boosts your immune system. Increases the activity of the natural killer cells that fight infections and cancer. Reduces the abnormal blood vessel formations that […]

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Zero-Waste Tea Time

What’s the tea? Reusable, organic cotton tea bags! Tea time is a ritual for most and if you’re anything like us, you drink medicinal tea every single day. Did you know by using reusable tea bags you can also cut down on costs, up your sustainability game, and improve your health? As winter is approaching, we know it is tempting to bundle up with a warm cup of tea and wind down your day. When we bring up the topic […]

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Why Compost?

Composting is one of the eco-friendliest hacks to keep your garden nutrient-dense! It’s a rewarding process to help reduce your waste while making your own soil from your own food scraps. All you need to start is food scraps/organic waste (these are nitrogen-rich materials), a compost bin or backyard space, a shovel, and dead leaves/grass/branches (these are carbon-rich materials). First, we suggest you fence off an area in your backyard as a designated compost area. Here you can include a […]

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