Category Archives: Environment

How To Have Fun on Easter With Kids – Cool E-Friendly Useful Tips!

  In view of the difficulties that most of us are facing these trying times,  one way of making  Easter more meaningful and memorable to children, is by celebrating it in a non-traditional way.  Gathering and telling  them  the story about Jesus' Resurrection, with a 30-minute movie animation on the subject as part of the presentation can be explored. In so doing, the kids would be able to understand pretty well why and what happened to Jesus during His last days on earth. There are a bunch of DVDs and CD's for kids available in the market. Just make sure that what … Continue reading How To Have Fun on Easter With Kids – Cool E-Friendly Useful Tips!

E-Crafting – Useful Tips and Thoughts

   I just realized that the other side of me is an artist. From music , photography, drawing , designing to crafting , you name it – I am doing it now! Doing useful things in your spare time is quite nice and gratifying, especially if you love what you’re doing and that you’re doing it for the good of the community. Last month, I wrote something about the significance of Earth Day. But it didn’t stop there, I went out of my way to check if the kids in our community understand the impact and importance of the said … Continue reading E-Crafting – Useful Tips and Thoughts

Buying And Using Eco-Friendly Products – Useful Tips For “Greenhorns”

Let’s admit it, most of us consumers have not been so keen and zealous in our stance towards green living. As mentioned in my earlier blog, I for one am not quite an eco-friendly product enthusiast despite my positive outlook on the importance of the use of and patronage for the said products. I have tried using earth friendly products in the past up to now but it is only for very few items. This kind of a so-so attitude towards going all out for a green world is not only true to me but to the majority, especially those … Continue reading Buying And Using Eco-Friendly Products – Useful Tips For “Greenhorns”