Tag: last mile service

  • How much are you spending this Valentine’s Day? We look at the price of a dinner in each state

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    Valentine’s Day is an ancient holiday, believed to have roots as far back as the third century in Rome. Though the holiday’s precise origin has been lost to history, Valentine’s Day is a cultural touchstone in many countries around the world. In the United States, Valentine’s Day is a multi-billion dollar boon for retailers and […]

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  • Ethically Sourced Chocolate You can Give Your Valentine!

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    Valentine’s Day is not always about flowers and expensive gifts! A nice eco-friendly card and locally sourced chocolate bars are just as sweet! Check out these 11 bars of chocolate that will win your sweetie’s heart and be kind to the environment at the same time! But which bar should you choose? Check out these […]

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  • 7 MORE Eco-Friendly Valentine’s Day Gifts!

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    Valentine’s Day is TOMORROW and that means it is time to really find a gift for your sweetie! Check out 7 more gift ideas here and see if these ideas help you pick a great gift! 1: Edible Body Candle Scented candles are nice and all, but things will really heat up when your sweetie […]

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  • 3 Chocolate Treats You Can Make For Valentine’s Day

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    You don’t have to be in a relationship to enjoy the sweet delights of Valentine’s Day! Do something sweet for your friends, family, or loved one! Part of the inspiration behind making treats is knowing your audience’s tastes, whether that’s a love for chocolate manifesting in an oozing lava cake, or love for a lighter lemony […]

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  • 7 Ways To Travel in an Eco-Friendly Way!

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    Most of us know about leaving no trace when we visit a place, but there are plenty of ways that tourism can have a negative impact on an ecosystem, especially in areas where those ecosystems live in delicate balance. Being a tourist doesn’t mean that you have to leave a harmful imprint, however, and it […]

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  • Travel Through Australia in an Eco-Friendly Way!

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    As much as it is hard to maintain an eco-friendly behavior while traveling it has become an unavoidable necessity nowadays. In Australia, environmentally-friendly and culturally responsible tourism is making significant positive contributions to the cultural, economic and environmental well-being of the country. Eco-tourism can be defined by a variety of travel practices. As an eco-tourist […]

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  • New Eco-Freidnly “Glamping” Treehouse!

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    It may have been a while since you climbed a tree, but now might be the time to ascend again into nature, as British company Tree Tents has created a flat-pack treehouse that’s eco-friendly, extreme glamping-suitable and seriously sleek. You can even have it installed in your garden! Inspired by early aerospace design, the Fuselage is […]

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  • DIY Eco-Friendly Perfume for Valentine’s Day

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    If you are looking to give the perfect gift to your sweetie for Valentine’s Day look no further! You can create specialized perfume or cologne with essential oils in reusable glass bottles that not only match your loved ones favorite scents but is also the perfect eco-friendly gift! Creating your own perfume is not only […]

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  • Shelters in O’ahu Opened due to Winter Storm

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    The February Winter Storm has prompted O’ahu officials to open two shelters on the island. The Department of Emergency Management has advised all O’ahu residents that the shelters are open and available for anyone seeing refuge from high winds, rain or coastal inundation, as of 9 a.m. Sunday. Shelter locations: Brigham Young University-HAWAII 55-220 Kulanui […]

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  • Winter Storm in Hawaii Brings Down Rain and Snow

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    A winter storm reached Hawaii over the weekend, bringing dangerous surf conditions and damaging winds. Waves near Waimea Bay on the north shore of Oahu surpassed 60 feet Sunday afternoon, meteorologist Gavin Shigesato with the National Weather Service Honolulu Forecast Office told USA TODAY. Surf heights hit 45 feet on another part of the island, according to observation reports. Gusty […]

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