Organic Spa Blog

The Dirt on Clean Paint

Since Sherwin-Williams inception in 1866, the leading producer in paints and coatings has grown within the industry with a line of superior products and most importantly, innovation . From the time the company opened

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Keep America Beautiful Launches National Planting Day

The  U.S. Department of Agriculture Joins Keep America Beautiful (KAB) and its affiliates and its partners  to support local ecosystems by planting native species of trees, shrubs, and plants through a new call to

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Socially Responsible Vases for Fall

As a designer I love colors especially when they come in the shape of the Little Shirley vases by Material Good that are tied to a good cause. Seattle-based Material Good is a ceramic

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Do You Have a Yoga Practice at Home?

To celebrate National Yoga Month, bloggers and writers at Organic Spa Magazine want to enhance our flexibility and strength by first warming up with basic Sun Salutations, then performing a few of our favorite

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Resource Partners of the RRGH

The Rocky River Green Home has come a long way since the renovations began back in April. David Fischback (homeowner and Krill Co. president) and Beverly Maloney-Fischback (homeowner and CEO/Founder/Publisher of Organic Spa Magazine)

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Celebrating National Yoga Month All Month Long

Here at Organic Spa Magazine, we totally love our yoga, and we all appreciate different styles and fresh philosophies. We are lucky to work alongside many healers and trainers, scientists and gurus as we

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Modern Home Accessories made of Bamboo and Cork

Bamboo is one of my favorite eco-friendly materials. It’s a rapidly renewable resource that can grow up to three to four feet per day without needing fertilizers, pesticides or much water. That’s why I’ve

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Labor Day Yoga on my New Favorite Yoga Mat

Solid color or subtle print? Wordy mantra or a poppy fluorescent that either stimulates your senses or drives your Third Chakra wild… depending on your mood. What do you like about your yoga mat

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Grilling Tips for Labor Day from Suzy Sirloin

Who is that woman striding down the streets of Manhattan, wearing a 10-gallon hat? Suzanne Strassburger, aka Suzy Sirloin, is the fifth-generation of her family–and a rare woman, no pun intended–in the meat business. Since 1865,

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Green your Home with Eco-friendly Pillows and Table Linens

Always on the lookout for new contemporary and sustainable designs I visit NYIGF (New York International Gift Fair) twice a year. That’s how I discovered the modern and colorful eco-designs by California based Wabisabi

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