Celebrate 50 Years of Earth Day
April 22, 1970, was the first ever Earth Day. Now, 50 years later, Earth Day is the largest secular observance in the world, with more than a billion people taking part every year. At its heart, though, it has always been about the power of the individual to make a difference on the world. Here are a few ways you can help this April 22.
10 Ways to Make Earth Day Every Day
It may be a global cause, but big changes often start small. To make lasting changes to improve our lives, community, and the environment, we need to make every day Earth Day and be mindful of how we consume, use and reuse. To help you get started, here’s an infographic of 10 simple and easy habits you can do at home!
7 Healthy Pick-me-ups for Spring
Even now, spring is the epitome of new beginnings. It's a season of hope, and light, and rebirth. And, frankly after a couple of months in the dark, in our sweatpants, eating junk food, we could probably all use a little pick-us-up. Here are 7 simple things you can do (yes, at home!) to boost your health and happiness this spring.
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