SIGG Water Bottle Review: See Why These Water Bottles ROCK!

Everyone loves a perfect marriage of form and function -- even in a water bottle. There are plenty of awesome reusable water bottle companies out there, but SIGG is one of the best... hands down. These Swiss-made water bottles are stylish, BPA-free, phthalate-free, and come in a staggering number of styles. I've had 3 different SIGG water bottle styles (2 of which I bought, and 1 that SIGG sent me to review). So let's take a look at the SIGG wide mouth, wide mouth sport, and … [Read more...]

3 Things You (And The Planet) Don’t Need

When writing 50 Things Your Life Doesn't Need, my main goal was to help people find their passion by getting rid of nearly everything else that they didn't care about. But, as I began to challenge people to clean out clutter, a deep interest of mine reared its head (and this is a good thing). As it turns out, when you eliminate excess from your life, you do some good for Mother Nature. Best of all, you may be the kind of person who's passionate about our planet, and I firmly believe that … [Read more...]

Behind On Thanksgiving Cooking? Crock Pot to the Rescue!

I'm busier this year than I've ever been. How about you? With spare time becoming more sparse by the day, it's easy to get behind...especially during the holidays.If you find yourself scampering about trying to put together a delicious Thanksgiving meal, but still running short of time, drag our your crock pot.What?Yep, cooking some of those favorite Thanksgiving staples in a crock pot can not only save you time and energy, but can also take your staple side dishes to new heights of flavor. … [Read more...]

An Eco-Friendly Review Of Hi-Tec Altitude Enviro Hiking Boots

Real hikers get out and explore the great outdoors year round... and don't let anyone tell you different. As fall draws to a close, so do most hikers' trekking poles, but the winter landscape allows you to experience your favorite hikes or camping spots in an entirely new way. A new pair of eco-friendly hiking boots will help you kick it in nature all winter long. It doesn't matter to me if you're rediscovering an old favorite trail or trail blazing a new one, just get out and … [Read more...]

How To Make Your Own LED Halloween Lights

Halloween is just around the corner, but it's not too late to get your Halloween decorations up. Whether we're talking about Christmas, Halloween, St. Patrick's Day, or even the Superbowl, strings of LED lights are the foundation of any great decor! Check out these 2 awesome ways to make your own custom LED Halloween lights...   DIY Halloween Light Project #1: … [Read more...]

Video Proof That Unicorns Exist…in Canada

Apparently unicorns exist in Banff, Alberta, Canada. See for yourself: Ok, so this wonderful individual is obviously a wee bit confused. "I thought unicorn was so extinct, buuut unicorn live in Banff," says the narrator. I don't know if unicorns live in Banff, but caribou do...and certain subspecies of North American caribou are endangered. Find out what you can do to help endangered caribou (and maybe even unicorns) at Caribou and You. [Photo: Glitter Pissing] … [Read more...]

Nissan Leaf Commercial = Hugs From A Polar Bear

If polar bears had a labor union they would probably go on strike until the usage of their white fluffiness as a means to impart environmental guilt came to an end. Nissan's new LEAF commercial is a clever bait and switch that polar bears everywhere would be happy with. Move over Lance Armstrong, it's the polar bears' turn in the Nissan spotlight. Our friends at Ecorazzi say, Nissan has released their latest commercial for the upcoming all-electric LEAF. It features a polar bear … [Read more...]

A Guy Walks In To a Bar and Orders a Pharma-Chemical Laden Water…

Water has become the "civilized" world's new wonder drug...and most of us don't even realize it. The ever-talented Joe Mohr paints the picture in such clever style:Joe says,Between 2006 and 2007, the Southern Nevada Water Authority in Las Vegas screened tap water from 19 US water utilities for 51 different compounds. The 11 most frequently detected compounds are highlighted in the cartoon and described below. … [Read more...]