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Taking Care of Your Mind, Body and Soul

For every country, things change every day; never more so than now. Dealing with a pandemic is a tremendous challenge in itself, but further consequences (particularly how we cope both physically and mentally) are also difficult to overcome. Here at

Effect of GreenEarth Cleaning on Coronavirus

Of course, all of our feeds have been inundated with information surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19) for weeks, and that has amplified over the last week, for obvious reasons. Here at the GreenEarth home office, we have received several inquiries about

A Touch Of Green On Valentine’s Day

Red hearts, red roses, chocolates with red decorations— the deep hue is everywhere you look this time of year. But there’s still room for a touch of green to your Valentine’s Day plans! Read on for our tips on celebrating

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No sweat!  Dispelling The Myths About Cleaning Woolens

There are many myths created about cleaning garments and also some good advice too. I think I have tried or heard of every way possible to clean woolens and other sweaters. From using net bags in the washing machine to

How to Prevent and Treat Clothes Moths

If you’ve been unfortunate enough to experience clothes moths, you’ll want to read this article. If you haven’t experienced clothes moths, but enjoy wearing wool, fur, silk, leather, or any other animal fibers, you’ll want to read this article. Clothes

Fashion Forward to a 20/20 vision

As we enter not only a new year but a new decade, we look back at our achievements for the last twenty years, with a particular focus on 2019 and how we can build to an even stronger 2020 for

Sustainability: A Long-Term Ecological Balance

Environmental scientists define sustainability as “the quality of not being harmful to the environment or depleting natural resources, and thereby supporting long-term ecological balance.” And, of course, there are times when we can all see obvious objects or events that

Microplastics in tea?

Much has been discussed and documented during recent years about microbeads, microfibres and microplastics – be they in cosmetics, fashion or indeed drinking water. Well, now a recent study has reported that plastic tea bags are shedding billions of shards