Alex was born and raised in the North Georgia mountains. At the age of 18 he started his own green maid service which soon found a new home in Atlanta, Georgia.
In 2009 he sold the company and founded the Green Life Pages to pursue his growing passion to educate others about sustainable living. The website's form soon began to change and is now a collaborative effort between Alex and a few friends (Kathleen & Sarah) who are just as passionation about health and sustainability.
Alex believes strongly in networking and education. Through both he believes we can achieve a greener, healthier, and more informed planet.
Website URL: http://greenlifepages.com
I've always celebrated all of my dogs' birthdays and remember every one to this day. There is no big birthday cake, but I always honor the occasion in some special way. It usually involves a new toy, treats, and extra time with my birthday dog enjoying an outdoor activity together.
According to a study by the Purina Pet Institute, 43 percent of dog owners celebrate birthdays, while 29 percent celebrate their cats' birthdays. If that's accurate, then I'm actually in the minority.
I was running around a local grocery store, Sevananda, and found two products that are totally turning me on to a new type of healing! The first product is a magnetic healing clay deodorant. It is made locally and with very basic ingredients (clay, alkaline water, tea tree oil, lavendar oil, & some other things). When I opened the container it literally looked like mud from the riverbed, but smelled completely different! It is kind of weird but it works and is the most natural product I've found. Perhaps I'll try to make some...
The second product (and reason for the extremely long article below) is AMAZING! I'll let this article from Natural News do the rest!
Full of nutrients and delicious taste, spinach is a winter superfood. But what's the best way to eat it? Read the following surprising facts about this leafy green
A trip to the gas station is about the most boring task in the modern world. But making fuel is a strange and fantastic journey—for scientists and inventors trying to find sustainable alternatives to gas and diesel. We need not limit ourselves to drilling and fracking. Check out these six weird fuel sources, which—even if not commercially scalable—can inspire us to get creative about satisfying the world's energy needs.
It's easy to think about all the big changes you're going to make in the New Year as the old year comes to an end — but by the second week of January, most of us are already finding reasons to skip the gym or break the spending freeze. That's why we've come up with ten green New Year's resolutions so easy you'll have no excuse not to keep them — and as they help you save money, cut your carbon footprint, decrease your home's waste stream, and improve the quality of the Earth, you'll be glad you did.
The Internet is amazing! It gave us the ability to get food delivered without having to talk to another human being on the phone. Also, a bunch of other stuff. But all progress comes with a price. These are the things we've lost to this new, technologically advanced future world we live in.
The National Cancer Institute estimates that more than 1.6 million new cases of cancer have been diagnosed in 2012 (pdf). It's estimated the growing disease will kill about 1,500 each day this year. Sadly, many if not all, of these deaths are preventable.
I've always been a little scared of mayonnaise, not because I didn't like it (I grew up on Duke's) but because I never really knew what was in it. The store bought stuff is extremely convenient but usually contains GMO laiden soybean or vegetable oil, preservatives, and tons of chemicals. So when I came across this recipe I had to share it.
It's fun, funny and it helps the earth. A couple of times a year, the various departments of Aflac, the $22 billion supplemental insurance company headquartered in Columbus, Georgia, empty storage closets and hold a Freecycle – an open market where office managers can "shop" for items from a huge array of leftovers. It works like this: If Accounting is in need of toner and Marketing rendered a few cartridges obsolete with an equipment upgrade, the bean counters can pick up supplies for free. The program has been underway for four years and has saved the company more than $50,000. Of course, it also has deflected a lot of waste from landfills and improved efficiency of office supply consumption throughout the corporate offices.
Deodorant is one of the products that is extremely difficult to give up even though most of us know about the horrible ingredients in it. Aluminum zirconium is an extremely dangerous product that should never come in contact with our skin; sadly it is also the main ingredient in the most powerful deodorants. It literally is the ingredient that makes you not sweat.
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