Hello Texas! How’s it shaking? We wanted to take a few minutes to put you at ease about going green. Living a more eco-friendly life does not have to be a struggle or stressful commitment. There are simple and easy everyday things you can do that can make a huge difference. Here are some ways you can turn over a new leaf.
Easy and painless! Don’t forget to check out our Facebook page for more green energy tips!
T-minus four hours till dinner. Yikes! Know what you are going to cook yet? Let us help! Here are some delicious and, wait for it, energy-efficient meals bound to make your taste buds happy.
Now that dinner is settled, what are your plans for this weekend? Any green and eco-friendly fun plans? Click here for some great ways you can green up your weekend. See you next Wednesday for more green New Leaf fun!
Hello May! How you doing? Man this year is flying by! It will be 2014 before you know it. What do you have planned for this weekend? Anything special and green for Cinco de Mayo? Here’s a little history lesson for you.
Contrary to what many people think, Cinco de Mayo is not Mexican Independence Day. The holiday commemorates the Mexican army’s victory over France at the Battle of Puebla during the Franco-Mexican War. This particular holiday is mostly celebrated in the United States as a celebration of Mexican culture.
Make your Cinco de Mayo celebration a green on by:
And, also, happy May Day to you! Click here for more on this spring holiday.
Hello Texas! How is everyone on this lovely Wednesday? How’s that spring garden coming? Whether you are a first time gardener or seasoned veteran, here are some easy and green gardening tips to help your gardent sprout a new leaf — get it?!
It’s Wednesday! We can’t believe we are halfway through the workweek. This week is just flying by. Any plans for celebrating Earth Day? This year, honor Mother Nature by making a greener effort in your daily routine.
Have a green and happy Earth Day!