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  • Have you been looking to make healthier choices for yourself, your family and your home?
  • Are you ready to prioritize your time and money? (Notice I didn’t say “save time“? There’s a reason!)
  • Do you want to drastically reduce the harmful chemicals in your daily routine?
  • Are you looking to “reduce, reuse, and recycle” — the 3 R’s — more often and in creative, new ways?
  • Have you been implementing a lot of these practices already, but are looking for new inspiration and someone to partner with?

If you’ve answered yes, then you are in the right place! I am very passionate about protecting your health and environment (read more about why HERE)! I’m here to guide you along this journey, and I hope to learn from you too. Together I think we can make small steps toward a positive impact for ourselves, our families, and our planet. If not us, who? If not now, when? I hope you will partner with me and join me on this journey!

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  1. Richard E Ellis
    January 15 / 1:58 PM

    This is very good. For those that grow their own vegetables, we are just weeks away from seed starting. For those who want organic and no genetically modified foods. It is time to plan and prepare for the growing season. For many of us this has been a way of life. This way of life requires a little work, but is not difficult. Look forward to this aspect of a Green Life.

    • Rebekah
      January 15 / 2:01 PM

      Thanks Rich! I look forward to sharing more about organic gardening and getting your input! You’ll be a great resource to us all!

  2. Richard
    January 17 / 10:05 AM

    Thanks Bekki, for those who have seeds left over from last year or even older, now is the time to see if they will germinate this year. It is easy. Take a piece of paper towel and spray it with water to moisten. Place a few seeds on the paper towel and fold into a packet. Place the packet into a plastic bag. Label the bag. Place out of the way and wait. Seeeds can take up to 3 weeks to germinate. You will now know if old seeds are still good. Now you can decide what other seeds you want to order for your garden.

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