August 25, 2006

1001 All Natural Secrets to a Pest Free Property

We like this book. My brother got us this book not too recently and it has some good suggestions and more natural ways of dealing with creepy crawlies. We got rid of a spider mess simply by reducing the moisture in the basement with a de-humidifier. So there are many ways to deal with insects and other pests that don't involve pesticides or simply squashing them.

From the book:

  • Do you hate spiders?
  • Has your house been invaded by ants, termites or cockroaches?
  • Is your garden a feeding ground for caterpillars, aphids, mites or grasshoppers?
  • Are you tired of rabbits or deer eating from the vegetable garden you worked so hard to create?
  • Are raccoons after your trash or tearing up your lawn?
  • Is your property infested with mice or moles?
  • Does your neighbor’s dog or cat cause you problems every day?
  • Or would you simply like to enjoy your summer evenings without mosquitoes, flies or yellow jackets?

This book offers powerful, all-natural solutions to these problems -- and hundreds more. Every bug, pest, critter and animal related problem you can think of is covered in this comprehensive, detailed and creative book. And every one of the 1001 solutions in this book avoids the use of any kind of pesticide or other poison that could potentially cause harm to our families, our communities, and our natural environment.

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July 28, 2006

Use Less Stuff

Face it. We all have too much stuff and we all use too much stuff everyday. This interesting book suggests that if we don't do something soon, then recycling won't save us either because in the end, the garbage will win.

Q: What do all of the previous civilizations that practiced recycling have in common?
A: They're extinct.

Let's face it. Recycling has its limits. But so does our Earth. As environmentalists Robert Lilienfeld and William Rathje explain, the answer to our twenty-first century garbage crisis is both simple and practical--use less stuff. This groundbreaking consumer guide suggests helpful money- and energy-saving tips for everyone who cares about how we live today and tomorrow. Learn to reduce and reuse with creative suggestions for all areas of your life, including:

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