Green Living

Green Jobs Sprout In California

Taking The Temperature Of The Green Economy We’ve all been watching the statistics proclaimed regularly on the news in regards to economic indicators, measurements and forecasts related to unemployment rates, loss of jobs and outsourcing. But not all of these numbers are declining, particularly in California. According to “Many Shades of Green,” a report created [...]

By | April 1st, 2010|Green Living|0 Comments

Your Green Footprint

The choices you make every day are ones with a profound impact. From the smallest decisions at the grocery store to what you buy your mother for her birthday, you send a message declaring what type of future you support for the Earth. We have entered an age where each of us need to step [...]

By | April 1st, 2010|Green Living|0 Comments

Creating Karma: Lace Up & Get On The Green Foot

Green Laces For Fans Of The Planet GreenLaces.org presents two simple, yet powerful, steps to save the planet. Step 1: Make a Promise to the Planet. Step 2: Wear GreenLaces shoelaces to show you are a fan of the planet. It is that simple. Natalie Spilger, founder and CEO of GreenLaces.org, is a [...]

By | March 31st, 2010|Green Living|0 Comments

Is White Really Green? The Environmental Impact of Bleach

Perhaps you have wondered (I certainly have), about the environmental impact of bleach – does it pose a danger to the environment and is it okay to use? We’re talking about household bleach, usually with the name Clorox on the bottle, virtually always seen as a gallon jug. This stuff is used in large quantities [...]

By | March 26th, 2010|Green Living|0 Comments

Love Money Like You Love Your Mission

The Enlightened Entrepreneur Yoga and business are one in the same. Go with me for a second. In Yoga, you show up, work hard, sweat, challenge yourself, get pissed off at the teacher, realize that it’s your own stuff, move through your resistance and then settle into a still space and reap the [...]

By | March 25th, 2010|Green Living|0 Comments

Clean and Green Detergent

How better to begin each day in a way that is clean and fresh than by improving the purity and goodness of your home, yourself and your planet? Our skin, our largest organ, absorbs everything we directly apply to it. We also absorb the residues of the soaps and detergents used to clean the clothing, towels [...]

By | February 19th, 2010|Green Living|0 Comments

The Enlightened Entrepreneur

Community: News Business That Touches Your Soul The Sufis talk about “the world life” and “the soul life.” They say that a person must be attuned to the soul life through meditation and inward experience while simutaneously participating full-out on Earth on the playground of the world life. Congruency is necessary: If one is not [...]

By | February 19th, 2010|Green Living|0 Comments

Sustainability

Remembering That You And The Planet Are One We don ’t practice Yoga to escape the world. Rather than drawing away from the changing and challenging world around us, I believe we practice so that we can live powerfully and harmoniously with all existence, regardless of what type of Yoga we do. The [...]

By | December 4th, 2009|Green Living|0 Comments

Sustainable Ideas For Seasonal Gifts

The Community Shows Up To Talk About Service, Committment And Giving Gift-giving is a way to share our love. As we head into the holiday season, we can consider our relationships with each other and with the Earth as we choose gifts of all kinds that perpetuate sustainable relationships. Joni Yung Cyclist / Yogi / [...]

By | December 4th, 2009|Green Living|0 Comments

Upcycling Plastics

Imagine the number of umbrellas that are tossed each year, since one of them might be broken by a strong gust. Most umbrellas are made from nylon, metal and plastic – all materials that come from limited resources such as mined metal ores and oil, and the nylon and plastic could have toxic effects after [...]

By | December 4th, 2009|Green Living|0 Comments