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There is so much to be said on this subject, and speaking from experience, simply being able to hear other people's stories can have a huge impact on healing. So, yes, just the fact that women are speaking out, will in itself help other victims. So for this post, I am simply sharing my own stories. And of course the specific point of #metoo is to shed light on the magnitude of the problem. I don't know what the solution is, but I do hope that this helps in some small way, if only to help some of my readers to feel as if they're not alone, and that healing is possible.

Have you ever been sexually harassed or assaulted? Me too...

With the phrase "grab them by the pussy" reverberating since the presidential election (unfortunately) and new and disgusting details of the Weinstein scandal surfacing by the day, it is hard to keep anxieties at bay. It's difficult to watch the news or scroll through Twitter when just the words "rape" and "molest" …

10 Crafty Ways to Recycle Your Magazines

 I have fashion magazines, health magazines, decorating magazines, cooking magazines. If there was an AA for magazine readers, I'd be in it. And I would never make it a whole month sober.

But as a self-proclaimed green girl, I can't very well throw all of these away. And even recycling isn't 100% green. Not all of the items recycled actually get put into new products. And even then, recycled products are rarely made from 100% recycled materials. It's always best to reuse if you can.

Lucky for me, crafters have reached leaps and bounds in the last few years of the rapidly growing green trend. There are all kinds of crafty ways to remake your trash into treasures. Boutiques and etsy shops are popping up everywhere with upcycled and repurposed goods. On the downside, some of those items are very expensive.

So, what's a green and cheap girl with piles and piles of magazines to do? Get crafty, of course. Here are the best tutorials from around the web on how you can give new life to an old magazine.
 











 

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  1. Recycling helps the earth because it could save animals, it could save birds, puppies and all kinds of them. A lot of the animals that recycling helps to save are the ocean animals. There are a lot of animals in the ocean that mistake trash for food. They're eating things that we could be recycling. Check out this video: http://youtu.be/-H51E2gwXwc

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  2. It's always a good practice to recycle magazines and other materials so we can help our environment. We need to preserve mother nature to prevent floods and other disasters. I usually use biodegradable plastic bags when shopping.

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