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3 Fun, Yet Simple Ways to Keep Your St. Patrick’s Day Biofriendly

Whether you’ve got Irish blood flowing through your veins or you’re just Irish for the day, we’ve got a few simple, yet fun, ways to keep your St. Patrick’s Day biofriendly.

Eco-Friendly St. Patrick’s Day Activities

Green is the color most often associated with St. Patrick’s Day. You have green clovers and Shamrocks, leprechauns wear green, people eat green foods and drinks, they decorate their parties and celebrations with green banners and lights, and sometimes cities like Chicago go all out to dye its river green in honor of St. Patrick’s Day. While […]

Green St. Patrick’s Day, Sans the Dye

Like many holidays celebrated here in the United States and around the globe, St. Patrick’s Day is steeped in traditions. While many people may be entirely unaware of the religious and cultural traditions on which St. Patrick’s Day is based, there are still elements of this holiday we all know and love. One of the most common traditions […]

Some of My Favorite Ways to Green St. Patrick’s Day

Every year St. Patrick’s Day gets me thinking about all of the ways in we can celebrate this wonderfully-green day. You will of course want to wear green so as not to get pinched…now don’t say I didn’t warn you. Finding a four-leaf clover is another fun way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day as who […]

Green St. Patrick’s Day Traditions

Image by Joe McCarthy / Creative Commons St. Patrick’s Day is one of those holidays where it doesn’t really seem to matter whether you are of true Irish decent or not. People from all across the globe love to join in the celebration when it comes to St. Patrick’s Day. Of course there are people […]

3 Simple Ways to Go Green Irish Style

When it comes to going green there are many different steps you can take. You can do all kinds of things including cutting down your energy use, recycling, minimizing your water usage, cleaning with natural products, eating organic and locally grown food, etc. But in honor of my Irish roots, I figured now would be […]