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November 2013

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Saturday Morning Ramblings-Insurance-Home Remedy thoughts

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The fire is roaring and the Coffee is hot and Strong. All the puppies are nestled together in front of the fire. The news is playing on the TV. The President is still in the News today talking about his apology concerning the statements on how we can keep our insurance. You know, the insurance companies like the one that was offered through my husband’s job that is no longer available to the employees there. Oh well we have been without insurance in the past and I guess we will deal with it again. We will use the Home Remedy methods to help us. I have been learning a lot of natural health remedies which we are incorporating into our lifestyle. After many years of not having insurance and not having the income to pay for medical bill, we decided to make our own medicines and learn to treat the illnesses. I had to learn how to fix ailments at home with what I had. I listened to my Grandmother and some other elderly people about how they treated certain ailments when they were younger. Today we have a medicinal herb garden and we collect wild plants as medicines. I […]

Thursday

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July 2012

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What Color is Your Wine? Red, White or Is It Green?

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A perfect red wine breathes in a glass and awaits a sumptuous feast or perhaps a white wine, chilled just so meets summer fare from a scenic deck. A usual question might be about what wine to pair with your food, but do you serve red or white is not the only color question in today’s growing “green” or earth-friendly world. How are wines going green Presented By Wine.com Purveyors of fine green Wines these days is a question that some are asking as we struggle to care for our world and keep it viable for generations to come. To begin to understand the “green” wine choices available, four terms are important to know a bit about. While each is a somewhat different approach to the earth-friendly movement, they all share a common goal of helping to produce wines that are not only excellent, but have an eye toward the good health of our planet for the future. The first term is sustainable. A sustainable winery is one that practices environmental stewardship, pursues economic profitability and has social and economic equity. What that essentially means is that the winery would be working with both future and immediate strategies to produce […]

Thursday

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April 2012

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When the heads of various nations met to discuss on how they were going green, wine makers were also included in their discussions. Through long contemplations, they came up with their slogan, “Wines going green”. While one might think they simply made a slogan, wine makers also came up with real-world strategies to implement and follow. These practices were put into place to ensure they were actually supporting their slogan. As the slogan goes, they are committed to developing and implementing bio-dynamic practices that will produce organic and Eco-friendly wines. This idea to go green and produce natural and organic wines originated from wines which contain no sulphates. According to industry reports this new phenomena has started because vineyard owners decided to make a greater commitment to environmental stewardship, economic profitability and social and economic equity. Through these three goals, wine makers are committed to providing healthy and productive vineyards the keep producing wine products for current and future generations. Wine makers have also committed themselves to make sure that they use minimal amounts of synthetic pesticides in natural wines and zero pesticides in organic wines. In light of this new natural and organic wine movement, one should be cautious […]

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Sunday

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December 2011

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Merry Christmas To Everyone!

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Thursday

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July 2011

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Going Green Saves Green

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If you are like the rest of us, you want to save money. This is true if you are in the world of business. Going green can be a great way to not only save energy but to also save money at the same time. Finding the right carbon reduction strategy can be of great impact to you and your business. Finding ways to lower energy costs while at the same time reducing the strain on natural resources benefits us all. It can be said that lowering the cost of doing business while reducing your carbon footprint is ideal. There are many different benefits to having a green business and the savings in cost really will pay off. Many times businesses are not aware of just how much energy that they do use and how some improvements will reduce the heating and cooling costs and save them money. This makes the business more energy efficient and cost effective. The savings can then be used in other parts of the business. Contacting Carbon Catcher green cat is a great idea if you are looking to save your business money as well as lowering your operating costs. The savings can be a […]

Tuesday

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July 2011

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Being Prepared

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Guest written by our friend Katie Callahan Being a single woman has never really affected me too much until my friend Sadie got robbed on the street about a year ago. We live in New York so things like that definitely happen but it just shook me so much I was terrified something like that would happen to me as well. I went to a website for More Information on alarms and even took a self-defense class at the YMCA so I was better prepared but something about being alone on the streets at night still gives me the heebie jeebies. I love living in this city and I’m rarely scared in my neighborhood but hopefully I’ll snap out of this paranoia soon because I’ve gotten to where I don’t even like to visit my friends in other neighborhoods! New York is so much less dangerous than it ever has been but I’m glad I’m taking precautions to keep myself as safe as possible, especially when I’m walking around alone at night which is when I feel most vulnerable.

Sunday

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May 2011

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Gardening In Harmony with Nature

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Root cellars are for keeping food supplies at a low temperature and steady humidity. They keep food from freezing during the winter and keep food cool during the summer months to prevent spoilage. An earthly-friendly, root cellar is the natural choice for the homesteader, whether or not you’re, “on the grid” There are several types of root cellar and different ways in which to construct one. There’s the Hatch Cellar, Hillside Cellar and the Above Ground Cellar. The Hatch Cellar usually consists of a large hole dug into the ground then lined with rocks. The floor is left in its innate state, just plain dirt. Beams and plywood sheets are securely laid over the hole, with a hatch door incorporated into the ceiling/floor, along with the installation of a ladder for safe and easy access. A shed is then built over the top of the cellar, to provide maximum shelter for the storage. The Hillside Cellar is dug out of a hillside, lined with rocks, and then a plywood ceiling is attached to overhead support beams. This type of storage Cellar has a regular insulted door to walk through. An above Ground type of cold storage can be built in […]

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