With the environment currently in such a vulnerable state, it’s important that companies are doing everything they can to reduce their carbon footprint and make a positive impact in our communities and on our natural ecosystems. It’s also important for us, as consumers, to be aware of the environmental efforts made by our service and product providers. With the right information we have the power to affect real change.
There’s many ways you can teach your kids about, but how many of these methods actually excite them? A great way to educate your kids about water while engaging them, is by reading.
Lots of non-fiction children’s books tell stories about real life experiences, to help young readers learn about their world in a way that is positive, safe, and inviting. These books are often beautifully illustrated (taking inspiration from nature), and they encourage curiosity in children’s minds
Drinking water can be a challenge sometimes. You’re either too distracted, or you have places to be. If that’s the reality for you, how much truer is it for your kids? Your children’s health is your number one priority. You want to start them with the right habits early, (and make it interesting!) so they can automatically choose healthy living when they’re older. Wouldn’t it be great if you could get your kids EXCITED about healthy habits?
It’s not always easy to know if a company’s service is right for you. Especially services like home or office delivery, which require your trust as a consumer and need to be reliable. What should you expect from the company delivering your product? And what standard of service should the company set? Here are four qualities that make for exceptional product delivery
Have you ever noticed a white residue on the inside of your kettle after boiling water? If you have, there’s nothing to worry about. That white substance is calcium, which exists as a dissolved mineral in water. Lately, the effects of calcium in water have been largely debated. Some argue that it can negatively impact the body, while others assert that water can help with the body’s daily calcium requirement. Should you be avoiding water with high calcium deposits? Or is it safe, and even beneficial, to