Every part of our lives impacts the environment, and love is no exception.
Earth Day is April 22, but a healthy planet requires everyday maintenance—kind of like a healthy relationship. Think relationships have nothing to do with being green? Think again! Every part of our lives impacts the environment, and love is no exception. Check out our green articles below.
Things women smell, saying goodbye to old toys, lying to appear more attractive.
Love Bytes: three must click sex, dating and relationship links.
Women notice stinkiness. Men don't. Did we really need a study to tell us this? [Dear Sugar]
How discard your old sex toys, without trashing the planet. [Em and Lo]
Is it really lying if in your heart you feel like an astronaut? [Shine]
Meeting people can feel like an advertising campaign. You accentuate the good and minimize the bad. So, stretching the truth is a tough balance. You want to have a good enough story to engage someone, but if you make it too good, they will be disappointed when it turns out to not be true. Setting the bar low might work-when you start dating you turn out better than advertised. But if you set the bar too low in the beginning, then that love interest may not want to follow up and get to know more about you.
The chairman of Britain's Sustainable Development Commission, Sir Jonathan Porritt, has announced that he believes family planning should eventually be a part of the nation's environmental policy. Fox News thinks he is nuts.
Socially conscious and eco-friendly goods for the “do-good” valentine.
Does a store-bought card make you think of deforestation? A bouquet of flowers conjure images of pesticide pollution? Whether for yourself or your Al-Gore-inspired Valentine, here are three gift ideas that will keep the conscience clean and happy.