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2012 was a banner year for my mother’s tomato crop. Read more »

WildCity -May 30, 2015, 6:44AM
Amazing! I would love to have something like this. But sadly I have no room for that in my flat. Maybe some more ideas for small places? http://wildcity.etsy.com/
Rhana Thompson -May 21, 2015, 5:58AM
I completely agree that gardening in small-spaced city areas is a true challenge. However, as every green thumber knows, nothing is impossible. And this article proves this statement. I like all ideas listed here, especially the one about starting an entire garden from seeds. Very challenging! I offer you my favorite tips for small scale gardening https://medium.com/@jessiealinari/ingenious-gardening-tricks-and-tips-for-decorating-small-spaces-3c971e23dd10. I hope you will like them.

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I love the idea of spring cleaning. A time to open the windows, dust off winter, and shake out the chill. Read more »

Rebecca -Jun 14, 2015, 8:42AM
Using natural cleaning products is always better than harsh chemicals. But it's important to remember what debra pointed out. Too much acidity can strip away sealers on counter tops. I once dripped lemon juice on my concrete counter top and it burned right through the beeswax sealer, it still has marks on it. And vinegar can ruin wax jobs or the finish on some laminate or cork floors.
Jennie Markson -Apr 20, 2015, 9:22AM
Green is always the best way of doing cleaning related stuff. Baking soda IMO is something that can help in almost everything that must be cleaned. It's clearly "magical". Thanks for the great post and all the help you provide with it :) I already shared it with some of my friends.

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When thinking about Earth Month, many minds go to beautiful images of gardens and freshly-picked produce. Read more »

Cassie -Apr 15, 2015, 1:41PM
This is beautiful. I'd love to begin a small veggie and legume garden, along with a fruit tree garden in my front yard!
Liz -Apr 15, 2015, 12:34PM
I want to start a small herb garden, and this post is super helpful! xo, Liz http://lipstickandconfetti.com

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Post image for Reduce & Reuse: Help The Earth With This Easy DIY

So often it’s convenience that drives us to make non-eco-friendly decisions. Read more »

Amanda -Apr 16, 2015, 3:09PM
Such a good idea... so simple, yet I haven't done it yet and I KNOW I waste plastic utensils at work. Thanks for the inspiration! www.radiatetheday.blogspot.com
Cassie -Apr 13, 2015, 1:43PM
I love this! I can make these out of some shirts :)

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I’ve been wanting to experiment with making my own paper for a while now, and with April being #FPEarthMonth I knew it was the perfect time to finally do it. Read more »

@giannnamay -Apr 22, 2015, 4:00PM
Did this last year and now have beautiful blooms in my room! Just follow the steps exactly
Sylwia -Apr 17, 2015, 6:21PM
It's great idea :D I made already two homemade papers so I'll try with seeds. I tried to place in mine dry flowers, but the paper was stained by them in yellow (can I say that? English isn't my native language D:). I will try again! https://www.etsy.com/shop/wildcity

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I love analog clocks. Read more »

Jessii Love -Jun 18, 2015, 1:37PM
It's always spring in my room and this would be a perfect way to add some love to my plain clock. Loving it! http://allthingspin.blogspot.com
April -Apr 11, 2015, 1:47AM
This DIY is so perfect! ^_^ Also- those apothecary candles (like the one in the second to last photo) are seriously THE BEST! The tobacco and patchouli one is my favorite <3

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Without a doubt, my favorite article of clothing is a good vintage t-shirt.  Read more »

Brittney Scheuerman -Jul 25, 2015, 11:26PM
That Evanston, Wyoming shirt this is such a great idea I will definitely be trying this out!
ar -Jul 13, 2015, 6:06AM
Baking soda would not make a good substitute for washing soda.

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This post comes from our blog intern, Aubrie!

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Veronica -Jul 07, 2015, 2:26AM
Heya- Just a passing comment as an ecologist- feeding birds in areas that get real winters (obviously excluding Florida) and migrating birds, putting out bird feeders like these out in the winter actually detours the birds from migrating as they would normally and ends in its ultimate death. Something we call an "ecological trap". Be mindful of this..
Jen -Apr 08, 2015, 11:54PM
Beautiful idea! Looks good and good for birds also! www.safran-bolu.com

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The average person uses around six paper napkins per day — that’s over 2,000 per year! Read more »

michaela jean -Apr 07, 2015, 11:30AM
I love this idea! I just inherited my grandma's old singer so I am so jumping on this DIY! xo Michaela http://michaelajeanblog.com http://www.etsy.com/shop/MichaelaJeanArt
Naly -Apr 07, 2015, 11:27AM
I find that buying them at the thrift store is much more cost effective. I always find my cloth napkins there for 10 cents a piece or in a set of 6 for 50 cents. No one ever wants them and they always have a lot, sometimes they even have really nice ones that are embroidered.

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Post image for How to Make Wildflower Seed Bombs

This post was originally published on June 20, 2014, but in honor of #FPEarthMonth, we just had to share again!

There’s nothing quite like the sight of a lush field of wildflowers.  Read more »

Judy G -Jul 27, 2015, 11:28AM
what difference does it makes if the seeds are "native" or not--Flowers are flowers
steve -Jul 26, 2015, 11:05PM
My only concern is that you make sure that the seeds you are spreading are from plants that are native to the area that you are bombing. We don't need to be spreading non-native species which could be invasive. There are plenty of groups and organizations that can help you with this. So, go ahead and bomb with native seeds.

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Post image for Celebrate The Season With This Fresh Floral DIY

I never had much of an affinity for spring until I moved farther south. Read more »

Jen -Apr 03, 2015, 6:15AM
Useful post! Thank you for sharing! : ) www.safran-bolu.com
truly, Addia -Apr 02, 2015, 3:18PM
looks so pretty! i love catkins, the fluff is so cute. i have them at home too http://trulyaddia.wordpress.com

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Post image for DIY Macramé Yoga Mat Strap

For years I’ve had a bag for my yoga mat, but it somehow didn’t make the trip with me down to Austin.  Read more »

Alex -Apr 06, 2015, 11:33AM
How much rope does this take to make?
Jen -Apr 01, 2015, 9:45PM
Useful posting! Thank you for sharing this. www.safran-bolu.com

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