Archive | March, 2012

Helping Your Kids Develop Eco-Friendly Habits

5 Tips for Helping Your Kids Develop Eco-Friendly Habits

This is a guest post by Carly on behalf of The Splash. Bless their cotton socks, kids are born with open minds and a keen sense of wanting to please their parents, so this makes it an ideal foundation for teaching them the right way to live, including being aware of what we do and […]

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Homemade Wind Turbine

Homemade Wind Turbine

What would your neighbors think if you told them you were planning to build a homemade wind turbine? Would they roll their eyes and think you were a little nuts? What if the situation was reversed? Would you want to help and learn how to make your own energy? It’s actually not as hard as […]

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Save Energy In The Kitchen

5 Ways To Save Energy In The Kitchen For The Modern Lady

This is a guest post by Isaac of Cliq Studios. The modern lady is busy, sociable and very often finds herself juggling many tasks at once. This leaves her with limited time for domestic chores… In a modern ladies mind, anything that makes life easy is a win… However, this busy schedule often neglects thought […]

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Home Made Energy

Home Made Energy

With the rising energy costs and effects of global warming so prevalent today, many people are wondering if there is truth to the concept of renewable energy technology.  There also appears to be confusion between alternative energy technology and renewable energy technology.  Alternative energy encompasses all renewable energy sources, but includes things like nuclear power […]

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Off Grid Living

Off the Grid

Renewable energy is increasing in demand. Living off the grid is no longer for the hippies and is being embraced by a larger audience. With more affordable options and easier to use components it’s no wonder renewable energy development is growing. Even in the technological age we are living in today, off the grid living […]

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Federal Tax Credits for Energy Efficiency

Five Federal Tax Credits for Energy Efficiency

This is a guest post by Rodger Black of taxfix.co.uk.  The environment will be receiving assistance from the United States federal government this year in the form of energy efficient tax credits. In particular, the government provides tax credits for specific energy efficient upgrades made by consumers for their home or transportation. Five federal tax […]

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Naturally Earth Friendly on YouTube

Check Out Our First Video On YouTube

We just created our YouTube Channel, NaturalEarthFriendly (NaturallyEarthFriendly was too long). Anyways, you can check it out below as well. It’s a quick video, less than 1 minute, and we’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments.

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Going Green on Your Vehicle

Going Green on Your Vehicle Can Save on Your Insurance

This is a guest post by Chris Baker of www.carinsuranceforwomen.org.uk.  Here’s a way to help save the environment, and also save some cash for you. Adopting some environmentally friendly habits might just save you some money on your auto insurance. Look for these the next time your policy comes up for renewal and see what you […]

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Ford’s Green History in the Hybrid Motor Market

Ford’s Green History in the Hybrid Motor Market

This is a guest post by Bob Simmons of http://www.fordnavigationdvd.net/. When it comes to huge motor companies, Ford is one of the largest and is ranked the fifth best seller globally when it comes to car sales annually. But despite being such a major player in the market it does not always deliver on doing their […]

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5 Most Common Causes of a Car Accident

The 5 Most Common Causes of a Car Accident

This is a guest post by Sandy Landsford of carinsurance.org.uk.  A car accident can be devastating to anyone involved in one, both directly and indirectly. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, auto accidents cost about $200 billion each year in terms of damage and related injuries. One person is killed in a car accident even […]

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