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Christie Sacco

Christie Sacco studied philosophy and religion at Stony Brook University and is translator and editor at Utopia. Christie is a full time digital nomad.


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Homemade Glue: Non-Toxic Craft Glue for Kids

Store-bought glue can give off toxic fumes that kids might breathe in while they do arts and crafts. Why not make your own homemade glue? We’ll give you two recipes for craft glue that is even safe to eat. read more


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Is Parmesan Vegetarian?

Is parmesan cheese vegetarian? The short answer is, no. We’ll tell you exactly why not, and take a look at what plant-based alternatives are available. read more


Guerrilla gardening

What Is Guerrilla Gardening?

Guerrilla gardening is a grassroots movement that uses gardening as a form of protest, and as a means of community building. In this article we’ll tell you everything you need to know about guerrilla gardening. read more


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Why Injecting or Ingesting Disinfectant Might Kill You

Whether he was serious or not, comments made by President Donald Trump have gotten some people thinking about whether ingesting disinfectant cleaning products might be an effective way to combat COVID-19. It's not, and this is why. read more


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Toilet Paper Alternatives

Plastic bottles, straws, plastic shopping bags, paper cups: in our daily lives, many of us make a concerted effort to choose waste-free options to replace disposable products. But our search for a better way tends to stop at the bathroom door. In this article, we’ll show you how you can make the switch to more sustainable toilet paper alternatives. read more


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Which Cleaning Products Actually Kill Coronavirus?

We’ll help you recognize which products are effective against COVID-19. If you don't have access to store-bought hand sanitizers or disinfectant sprays, don't worry: You can stay germ-free without them, too. read more