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Small Things to do to Live a Greener Lifestyle

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Tetra Pak for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine. There are small steps you can take to live a greener lifestyle. Little habits each day add up quickly. This spring, we are making a big effort to make small changes. Mike and I both pledge to become more efficient - not only for our well being but also for the planet's. Small things you can do to live a greener lifestyle. Organize. I am not a naturally organized person. It's an ongoing challenge, but each time we reorganize, the benefits smack me in the face a little harder. When items have a place, it's easier to take inventory and see what you have. When you know what you have, you don't buy more than you need. Somehow my mental shopping list has had "toothpicks" on it for the last ...

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Honey Garlic Pork Tenderloin Sheet Pan Recipe

Honey Garlic Pork Tenderloin Sheet Pan Recipe

Here we have a pork tenderloin sheet pan recipe that's far from boring. The honey garlic flavor will have everyone in the family's taste buds dancing. Sheet pan dinners are fabulous for people who want to minimize dirty dishes and overall frustration. Personally, I love when a recipe requires little countertop space and cooks at the same time as ...

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Daith Piercings for Migraines - FAQs

Daith Piercings for Migraines – FAQs

Two years ago, I found myself in a piercer’s chair, desperate for relief from the hell migraines were causing. The agonizing pain was a daily threat, and my quality of life had deteriorated to a level so low I would have chopped off a finger if I thought it would help alleviate the symptoms. When I heard about daith piercings potentially curing, or ...

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How To Adult - For the Dreamer and Goal Setter

How To Adult – For the Dreamer and Goal Setter

I’ve wanted to live in a hot climate for as long as I can remember. My body and soul feed off sunshine and warmth, and I just can’t handle these cold, dark Chicago winters anymore. I’ll be 34-years-old this year, and I’m finally getting serious about putting a plan in place to relocate. It’s scary, intimidating, and I’m just not sure I know how to ...

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