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The Inventor Of Keurig K-Cups Is Feeling Pretty Guilty Right Now

If your morning routine involves popping a pod into your trusty Keurig coffeemaker, contemplate this: Not only are K-Cups destroying the environment, but the guy who invented them feels guilty about it.

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Montreal Diary: Breathing new life into vintage bikes

There’s a blizzard outside but I’m whizzing down an empty hallway on a refurbished red Velo Sport bicycle.

The original bike was built in the mid-’80s, but it’s been equipped with new handlebars, wheels and fenders.  688 more words

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The bathtub transformation

We live in a nice place in Istanbul, close to the black sea. The area has pure and fresh air but so humid in the winter. 114 more words


Garden Diary, March 2015

I know, dear readers and my good friend Helen, that I have mentioned my tomato glut in many other posts but I must mention two particular tomato varieties that featured in my vegetable garden this year. 509 more words


Garbage Round-Up

We are now at the point where we are only emptying our kitchen garbage about once every two weeks. Usually it’s just because there is something that’s starting to stink rather than it being completely full. 162 more words

Reducing Waste

Electronics Recycling Carbon Footprint Calculator

Have you recycled your electronic waste? Click here to find how your recycling efforts are benefiting the world.


Meet The Guy Who Invented The Keurig K-Cup And Regrets It Very Much

Keurig Green Mountain made $4.7 billion in revenue last year alone, and much of it came from K-Cups — the single-shot contraptions that require a special machine (made by Keurig) for proper utilization. 345 more words

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