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Parental Instinct vs Consumerism: Balancing Baby Stuff

Things, goods, possessions, treasures, crap—call it what you may—the stuff parents purchase throughout a child’s infancy, youth, and even adulthood can accumulate. Some stuff might live a life of extensive use to the point that it clearly exhibits substantial wear-and-tear … Continue reading

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The Environmental Dilemma: Economics vs. Environment

The environment and the economy are often pitted against one another, like a doomsday situation stating that when one is saved the other must fall. This could not be further from the truth and the myth must be debunked. As … Continue reading

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Plastic Bags

Plastic bags are a detriment to society. For the most part they offer convenience and nothing more. This is true of many disposable items, which I will address more broadly in another post. For now let’s focus on the plastic … Continue reading

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