Most of us don’t want to think too much about what all we could be exposed to on a daily basis, especially when it comes to the super-scary contaminant king E.coli. But it’s everywhere – on transportation, at schools, and even in the sanctuary of our own (seemingly clean) home.
In truly disturbing news, two . . . → Read More: Eww! E.coli Can Actually Lurk on Surfaces for Days
With 2015 firmly upon us, now is a great time to tackle clutter. Who doesn’t want a fresh, clean start to the new year? For many, getting rid of clutter is a kind of physical act that can help figuratively clear their mind. In fact, Princeton University published the results of a study they conducted . . . → Read More: Reduce Clutter & Boost Your Productivity: Smart Tips for the New Year
Pollution has long been connected to breathing difficulties, and considering the average adult breathes 3,000 gallons of air per day, that can be a huge problem. City dwellers often flee urban settings in favor of the “fresh air” of the country – and sometimes, with good reason. Those who suffer from respiratory complications can . . . → Read More: Is Particulate Matter Harming Your Health?
A new year is finally here, so why not channel some of that natural-occurring enthusiasm toward building a better business? Some business goals are all centered around numbers and profits, but most entrepreneurs know that delving deeper – and taking care of oneself – is just as important in compounding future success.
Stay healthy. Yes, . . . → Read More: 6 Smart Business Resolutions for 2015
The rumor is, Beyoncé insists on it. Mark Wahlberg and Sean “Diddy” Combs are making a business out of it. Professional athletes are onboard with it.
What are they doing? They’re drinking alkaline water.
Although it’s long been thought that alkaline water is great for hydration and wellness, it sometimes takes an unconventional method to . . . → Read More: Everyone’s Talking About It: Alkaline Water
Whether traveling for work or pleasure, finding a place to stay is part of the adventure. Hotels can range from swanky to utilitarian, pricey to cheap, national chain to boutique. But one thing almost all seem to have in common is that each room has housed hundreds or thousands of guests – and . . . → Read More: Traveling…And The Health Hurdles That Come With It
Vitamin D plays a key role for the body year-round, since it aids in the absorption of calcium, helps form and maintain strong bones, and increases bone density while decreasing the risk for fractures. But did you know that in winter months, people often experience deficiencies? They’re less likely to get exposure to direct sunlight . . . → Read More: Are you getting enough Vitamin D?
When it comes to combatting bad odors in your home, conventional wisdom (or a trip to your local grocery store) offers little recourse. The most available options are usually heavily fragranced sprays or sachets designed to simply cover up the offending odor. So instead of a kitchen that smells like baked fish, you now . . . → Read More: How To Eliminate Tough Odors Without Chemicals
Market environmentally friendly products from your home! You can eliminate your commute and improve your home with the products that you sell. Changing your career to market more environmentally conscious products can help you earn some green while going green. It’s a win! Win!