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How to Work with Brand Reps to Get Photos of Your Products

I share a lot of photos of my daughter. A lot. And while I do love shooting photos of her because she’s gorgeous, I promise that’s not the only reason I do it. I take hundreds of photos of her every week because she is a brand rep. If you’re not familiar with the term, a brand rep is a [...]

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Tips for Remodeling Your Kitchen in an Eco-Friendly Manner

Does your kitchen feel cramped, out of style, and just overall not right? If so, it might be time to consider remodeling. This year, 76% of renovating homeowners will be giving their kitchen a makeover, making it the second most popular type of home renovation. And not only can a minor kitchen remodel make your kitchen area feel more welcoming [...]

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How Protein Can Help Your Infant Grow Taller, Faster

New research out of the University of Colorado Denver-Anschutz suggests that protein-rich foods may help a child grow taller earlier in life. According to NDTV, study author Minghua Tang, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the college said at five-months-old, children can start growing tall with the help of protein. “Meat, such as pork, provides important micronutrients, is an excellent source [...]

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How Hemp Can Be the Answer to a Sustainable Future

Everyone is concerned with where the world is going to end up from an environmental standpoint, and how the actions of human beings are negatively impactful. Many people have taken up earth-friendly initiatives and have begun finding ways to better the planet. One way, in particular, has been to use hemp to create products that are eco-friendly and sustainable, creating [...]

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After Bleaching, Diseases, and Storms, Florida Reef In Serious Danger

There are 1,200 miles of sandy beaches across Florida’s 1,800 miles of coastline. Unfortunately, every inch of that terrific landscape is at risk of being damaged by a massive hurricane… again. Last year’s Hurricane Irma was the most powerful Atlantic hurricane in recorded history. It was a Category 5 storm with intense 185 MPH winds for 37 hours straight. As [...]

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Make Your Kitchen More Eco-Friendly With These 3 Easy Switches

Going green used to be considered a time-consuming commitment, forcing families to give up their comfortable convenience in order to save the planet. But now, it’s easier than ever to substitute sustainable products in your everyday life. While the size of the average American home has nearly tripled over the past 50 years, you don’t necessarily have to give up your spacious [...]

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How Will Data Centers Face Concerns About Long Term Storage Sustainability?

Data centers are behemoths of energy consumption, or at least in terms of raw kilowatt-hour consumption. In 2014, data centers were responsible for roughly 2% of all energy used by the United States. Still, despite massive industry growth, the ratio has not changed much. There are several factors responsible for maintaining a relatively efficient system of sustained industry growth without [...]

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Start Indoor Gardening with these 3 Delicious Herbs

Growing plants and herbs in your own garden is one of the easiest and most effective ways to have fresh and consistent access to your favorite greens. And while many people are under the impression that outdoor garden access is required to grow and harvest effectively, they may be surprised at the number of edible plants and herbs that can [...]

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Review: 2018 Mazda CX-9 is a Fun Ride for 6

There’s a part of me that’s always wanted an SUV. My dad had a mid-size SUV when I was growing up and it is the vehicle I first learned to drive. It was perfect for the hilly terrain and often uneven and bumpy roads in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands. And even though I’m far from home, there are times when [...]

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Tropical Storm Impacts Yosemite and Surrounding Areas

Yosemite National Park is typically a place where people can take a walk and explore some of California’s most beautiful scenery. But following heavy rain and flooding, parts of the park quickly became a place of dangerous swimming. According to the LA Times, a tropical storm known as a “Pineapple Express” storm dumped rain on Northern California earlier in April. [...]

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Half A Degree Celsius Could Keep Arctic Sea Ice From Melting Through 2100

It’s no secret human-caused global warming has been melting ice in the Arctic sea. Yet, estimates show we may be living in an ice-free Arctic sooner than we thought. By 2050, the Arctic Ocean will start to experience ice-free summers unless we reduce carbon dioxide emissions dramatically around the world. According to two studies published in the journal Nature Climate [...]

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