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19Jul

People Protect what they Love

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There’s not a day I scroll through Instagram and am not confronted with message about global warming and environmental degradation. These are extremely important messages that need to be at the forefront of everyones minds. Our future survival literally depends on it… That being said, I want to offer a different perspective. People protect what […]
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12Jul

How spending time with nature increases your goddess energy

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Intuition, nurturing, healing, forgiving, expression, emotion, wisdom, patience, birthing, kindness. These are all qualities of divine feminine energy – the Goddess energy. Divine feminine energy is the most powerful energy, because it is the energy of creation. It is that what gives birth to life, an idea, a new relationship, anything worth creating. The feminine […]
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14Feb

Myth Busted! Succulents Actually Love Lots of Water

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There is a common misconception that succulents don’t like to be watered. So common, in fact, that I recently read a care card that directed the the carer to use a water droplet to water the succulent only 10 drops every 2 weeks. This is oh so wrong. The truth of the matter is that […]
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06Feb

Top 5 Easiest Houseplants for Black Thumbs

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1. ZZ Plant ZZ’s are the most forgiving of houseplants. I only know one person to have ever successfully killed this plant. It was my dad who kept his ZZ outside on the porch, and when temperatures reach bellow freezing in New York State, the plant finally died. Make sure your ZZ has good drainage […]
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02Jan

Why Being Sustainable is Good for your Wallet

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One of the best ways to cut expenses is to become an environmentalist. I learned this when I was a poor college student and first becoming interested in a movement called ‘zero waste’. Now I’m graduated from college, I’m still not rich (ha!), and I will forever be interested in saving money. Remember the 5 […]
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21Dec

How do I Stop Killing my Plants?

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“You never become an expert on a plant until you’ve killed it three times”, is something my friend Feather likes to say. While I appreciate this point of view, here are some steps to stop killing your plants. 1. Stop Overwatering Overwatering is most common cause of houseplant death. If the plant is becoming mushy […]
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17Dec

A Guide to Green Gifting

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Christmas sneaks up on me every year, especially now that I live in Los Angeles where there are no seasons to remind me how fast time is moves. Though Christmas is magical and built on a foundation of love, it’s time to face the music: Christmas is wasteful. Here are some tips to spread the […]
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11Dec

3 Reasons Why Terracotta is the Best

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I adore terracotta. When I used to live in New York City, I admired the terracotta detailing that clung to many of the buildings during my commute. The intertwining vines, women’s faces, and intricate patterns that mades these skyscrapers even more magnificent. ter·ra cot·ta /ˌterə ˈkädə/Submit noun noun: terracotta unglazed, typically brownish-red earthenware, used chiefly […]
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23Nov

5 Tips to Bring Mother Nature into the Home

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If you live in a big city like I do, you are probably accustomed to seeking refuge from the chaos inside of your home. Noise pollution, air pollution, traffic, smells, and crowds are all part of the daily stress. In an attempt to remedy this stress, we invest in nicer cars, black out curtains, and […]
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