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Time to Reevaluate

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Mar20
Changing times require changing attitudes. So many young people graduating college are coming back to live with their parents and in many cases putting a strain on the living situation. Many are going into debt forcing people to stay working a job they don’t want because they are on the

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The Mini-Home, A Revolution!

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Mar16
A trend is on the rise! A revolution is occurring! A new home is a click away? Yes, that is exactly right. Maybe not one click but probably less than five. Fun fact. Most properties from California to Maine are 1/4 acre to 1/2 acre lots. Instead of a giant

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Own Your Own Solar System!

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Mar16
Have you ever thought of Going Off the Grid? It may sound daunting but setting up your own system that allows you to generate your own power is much easier than you probably realized. After all, not being connected to the power grid and being in control of your own

Want to Grow Your Own Food?

 Dana Ray  

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Jul19
Blue Checkmark Series: “Grow Your Own Food”…   Have you ever thought about growing your own food? (check out this video) We can understand it would seem like a daunting task, especially if you don’t have your own backyard or enough space to even consider this option. What if there

Goal Zero 1400w Lithium Power Station and Boulder 100w Briefcase Solar Panel

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Jul14
Alright! Green Energy Approved here excited to bring you an official product review. This week we are featuring the Goal Zero Yeti 1400 Lithium Portable Power Station & Goal Zero Boulder 100 Briefcase, 100w Monocrystalline Solar Panel. This small package is a powerhouse when it comes to power and boy

Eco-Friendly House Items You Never Knew You Needed (or Wanted)

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Feb26
Safety, safety, safety. We all know how important it is for us to keep our household and environment clean and safe. But most of the cleaners, wipes, toilet rolls and other household items that we use every day at home are not helping. These items are made from materials that
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