Monthly Archives: July 2015

A Superior View

My Lake Superior View for July The weather is fabulous, and the lake breeze is blowing away the biting insects!! The swamp milkweed is covered with tiny monarch caterpillars, and we have several Rose-breasted grosbeaks visiting our yard daily. We … Continue reading

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Air Pollution Is Everyone’s Problem!

We love our freedoms. We ride ATVs, run leaf blowers and lawn mowers, spray chemicals and have fires in our yards, totally unaware of how are actions could be affecting other people.  A new study by the Minnesota Pollution Control … Continue reading

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Friday Gratitude!

“Gratitude and acknowledgment are essential components in creating and attracting what you want in your life. Through the expression of gratitude on a daily basis, you align yourself to receive all the good the universe has to offer. By simply … Continue reading

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Banner Creations

When you shop, do you try to purchase products made from recycled materials? This green business, Banner Creations, in Minneapolis is a hero of mine. They sew and make products from material made from recycled plastic. I purchased my reusable … Continue reading

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Nature Walks Are Good For Your Brain!

See the new research below, and get outside in a quiet place for a walk. In the past several months, a bevy of studies have added to a growing literature on the mental and physical benefits of spending time outdoors. … Continue reading

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Have a GREEN, red, white and blue!

Ways to make your 4th of July more Green! From Hennepin County: With a little planning, it’s easy to make your Fourth of July celebrations red, white, blue and GREEN. Follow these tips to make your Independence Day celebration a … Continue reading

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Thank you, Pope Francis!

I thank Pope Francis, along with millions throughout the world, for encouraging churches and all of us to discuss and think about our unsustainable habits. Pope Francis is concerned with the lack of fresh drinking water, the loss of bio-diversity, … Continue reading

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