If you’re guilty of shoving toys into closets
when company arrives and buying things
twice because you can’t find the original, you
could be teaching your children to be packrats.
“When you’re not there enough,
you buy a lot of toys and a lot of clothing because toys
As the ice begins to thaw and warmer weather beckons on the horizon, many of us begin spring-cleaning. This year, as you purge your home of outgrown clothes and toys and
remove bulky furniture, why not try something new and host a Yard Sale
for the Cure with proceeds benefiting
the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.
With Earth Day around the corner (April 22, 2012) thinking green seems to be on everyone’s mind. Sure, powering down for an hour is great, but what about the rest of the year? Fortunately, we found a few easy ways to protect the environment without breaking the bank.
Passing on the sustainability torch to our children can help us preserve our planet.
Earth Day can be a great way to introduce children to environmental awareness, but how can we keep them involved all year long? The good news is if you are looking to increase your children’s awareness...
On average, Canadians do 260 full loads of laundry annually. That works out to an average of 40,000 litres of water down the drain. According to BC Hydro, switching to cold water reduces your carbon footprint by as much as 240 kg in one year. Using a high efficiency...