ChasingGreen is a young website with great content and a lot of promise. I was completely taken aback by the site’s ease of navigation and the solid information it provides. “Going green” is a topic that has been discussed for years and has consumed much of our time and energy. But the process is actually comprised of many small steps. And, as ChasingGreen clearly shows readers, most of those steps are relatively easy, such as choosing one brand of coffee over another or mowing your lawn with a mower that consumes less gas….Read Full Article
The oldest of five children, Jaia Rosenfels grew up in a rural Iowa town. She is from a family in which organic foods were served long before eating organic was trendy. Composting was a natural part of their family’s life.
Today, Jaia resides in a city where organic eating is a respected choice, because consumers are educated about the advantages.
Jaia is a freelance writer, who volunteers with a variety of civic groups.Read Full Article
Going green can be overwhelming when you’re just getting started. For beginners, the steps involved may seem too complex to digest and act upon.
This can cause a large amount of anxiety, resulting in impaired physical and mental health, such as high-blood pressure (a leading cause of heart attacks) and paralyzing guilt. Bag Green Guilt: 5 Easy Steps: Turn Eco-Anxiety Into Constructive Energy by Jen Pleasants explores options to reduce such needless stress….Read Full Article