Why Many Homeowners Are Selling Their Houses and Moving to Nature

 

There’s undoubtedly been a major shift in where people prefer to live and spend time following the pandemic. After large cities shut down, the appeal of living ‘downtown’ started to disperse. Priorities of homeowners have changed direction pointing towards locations with more nature. People no longer want to feel couped up in a concrete jungle with no actual trees in sight.

7 Great Health Benefits of Cycling

 

Cycling is a fantastic low impact exercise that can be done by people of all ages. Unsurprisingly, it is among the top health sports in the world and can help shape a healthy lifestyle, both mentally and physically. Whether your aims are to improve your cardiovascular system or you cycle simply to have fun, cycling can also provide you with a variety of other benefits you may not have considered.

5 Reasons Cannabis or CBD Promotes Good Health

 

Media and government demonized cannabis as a dangerous substance with no redeeming value for years. However, recent years have seen a significant shift in public opinion, with an increasing number of states legalizing marijuana for medical and recreational use. As attitudes towards cannabis have softened, more and more people are beginning to explore its potential health benefits.

How Climate Change Is Affecting Wildlife and Ecosystems

 

Climate change is happening, and it's already affecting the wildlife and ecosystems around us. Wildlife and ecosystems are the foundation of our planet, providing us with food, water, and many other essential resources. But climate change is putting these resources at risk, as it impacts the way these animals and ecosystems function.

10 Reasons Trees are Important for the Environment

 

The continued existence of forests is crucial to sustaining biodiversity, providing water and oxygen for the environment, and protecting flora and fauna. They are beautiful indicators of human civilization that people ought to follow carefully. Without trees, the climate would ultimately result in widespread death. Trees have a tremendously important role to play, so it is essential that people know how they work and why they are crucial. Here are 10 of the many reasons why trees are important for the environment.

5 Easy Ways to Go Green When You’re a Busy Mom

 

As a mom, you probably feel like you’re constantly running around. Between getting the kids to school on time, getting to work, making dinner, and doing laundry, it can seem like there’s not enough time in the day to work out how to be more eco-friendly.

Top 10 Energy-Saving Tips for Everyday Life

 

If you're concerned about the environment and protecting the planet, then it is time to think about energy-saving. Over the past few years, the issues of energy saving and climate change have been discussed continually and are now hot topics. Buzzwords like "energy conservation," "climate crisis," and "renewable energy" are often used in media. Of course, while we're eager to contribute to the effort to combat climate change and protect the environment, it's not always easy to understand what these terms mean for us individually.

5 Sustainability Initiatives Organizations Can Easily Implement

 

The business sector plays a significant role in spearheading change towards a sustainable future. In the 21st century, having green initiatives should be part of any organization’s corporate social responsibility. But where do you start?

9 Ways to Market your Eco-Friendly Business

 

Guest post by Melissa Harmon It’s no surprise that a lot of businesses are going green. The green technology and sustainability market around the world is projected to reach 51.09 billion by the year 2029. Many businesses have realized that going green is an increasingly important business objective, both for the health of the planet and for meeting consumer demands.

8 Practical Tips to Improve Sustainability in Your Businesses

 

Guest post by Sally Smith As a business owner or manager, you likely want to do everything possible for your company to succeed. But in today's fast-paced world, it can be difficult to find time for all the different tasks that come with running a business. One area is often pushed to the back burner is sustainability. As an entrepreneur, you have many responsibilities on your plate, but this doesn't mean that you should neglect this one.

5 Ways to Prevent Weeds Without Using Pesticides

 

Guest post by Hannah Boothe Weeds are a problem for many homeowners, especially homeowners with gardens. They can take over your lawn, and make your driveway or pavement look messy. In the garden, these unwanted plants compete with nutrients needed by your flowers and crops, can destroy the health of your soil, contribute to the spread of mold spores and diseases, and take over your garden bed if left unchecked. Weeds can be hard to get rid of but using pesticides or harmful chemicals to eliminate them is not a good idea, as they have negative consequences for the environment and may not completely eliminate the problem, as weeds develop resistance to these chemicals over time, which means that you’ll eventually have to use stronger chemicals more frequently to get rid of them.

What should I add to my garden soil this fall?

 

Fall can be a busy season for gardeners, even if you’ve stopped growing crops. Soil is the basic foundation for any successful garden, as healthy soil is needed to grow healthy plants. One important task is amending the soil to improve its structure, address any problems from last growing season and prepare it for the next. season. Amending the soil for new batches of plants is an important part of the gardening process. If a gardener does not do this, their garden will suffer and their plants may not thrive as well as they should. However, this task can be time-consuming with many different tools and steps involved in its execution.

8 Environmental Benefits of Living in a Tiny Home

 

Guest post by Joyce Augustine There are many ecological advantages to living in a smaller dwelling. Reducing your footprint in the world is just one of the surprising benefits of downsizing to a tiny home. A tiny home is a small house that can provide all the basic needs of a family or individual without consuming as many resources as a larger house would. require. There are no specific standardized or legal definitions of what constitutes a "tiny house," but the term has generally been used to describe homes on wheels, made with recycled materials that require less energy than typical housing.

How To Take A Turn Toward Sustainable Farming – 8 Tips

 

Guest post by Sandra Amaro The basic necessities of life are either declining or suffering serious damage. Therefore, everyone must make sure to take appropriate action in light of what is happening. The agriculture sector is facing the same vulnerability. So it is crucial to know that sustainable farming is vital moving forward.

Can Neurological Disorders Be Treated Naturally?

 

Guest post by Jessica Smith A neurological disorder affects the nervous system of the body. Various brain or spinal cord abnormalities (such as electrical, structural, biochemical, or electrical) can cause seizures, muscle weakness, pain, paralysis, disorientation, and poor coordination. There are about 600 different types of neurological illnesses, some of which are somewhat common while others are highly unusual.

Top 4 Eco-Friendly Cannabis Packaging Options

 

Guest post by Gabe Nelson The cannabis industry revolves around the production and trade of plant-based products. Hence, it is essential to understand and practice the importance of sustainability in the cannabis industry. Moreover, cannabis consumers generally understand the consequences of the degradation of non-renewable resources; and strive to adopt eco-friendly practices. Here, we have enlisted the top 4 eco-friendly cannabis packaging options.

7 Ways to De-stress When You Can't Go Outside

 

Guest post by Jessica Smith The challenges and problems of modern life can trigger several physical and mental health problems. The demands, pressures, and hassles that weigh upon your personal and professional life can stress you out. When you feel stressed, the body releases hormones. These hormones can increase the fight-or-flight response. Hence, you may become more focused and energetic. A small amount of stress in daily life can benefit your body. It may motivate you to achieve your goal. In moderation, it can urge you to plan and prepare. But, in excess, stress can trigger adverse reactions. How can you deal with stress at home? Here are some simple techniques you can try without going out.

Kratom: Natural Pain Relief in the Midst of America's Opioid Crisis

 

Guest post by Chelsea Brotherton In 2017, the United States Department of Health and Human Services declared a nationwide public health emergency regarding the opioid crisis in America. Since then, the statistics on opioid-related deaths have not improved; between 2019 and 2020, drug overdose deaths rose nearly 30%, with nearly 75% of those 91,799 deaths involving an opioid. Clearly, Americans are in pain — and we’re medicating ourselves to death. Thankfully, there’s a natural solution on the rise that has been used in traditional medicine practices for centuries. Enter: kratom.

25 Vegetables and Herbs You Can Plant Now for a Fall Harvest

 

Fall is the perfect time to start planning for next year’s food garden. This is a great time of year to get started on planning and planting, as you can still enjoy the weather without having to worry about frost or snow. It also gives you plenty of time to think through what you want to grow in your garden before it gets too cold. But did you know that fall is also a great time to plant vegetables and herbs that you can harvest this season, too?

What Is the Future of Green Energy?

 

Guest post by Frederick Grimes The future of green energy is looking brighter than ever before. Solar, wind, and hydropower are all becoming more affordable and reliable each year. These types of renewable resources are crucial to the future of our planet, as they don't produce any harmful emissions. However, there are some challenges that need to be overcome in order to make this kind of energy truly sustainable. One of the biggest obstacles is that renewables are not always available when electricity is needed most.