Christy Gee (Street Articles Author)
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Eco-Friendly Soap: Washing Up in a Green Way
All soap used to be made at home using some very basic ingredients. Its main purpose was to help get the dirt off of your body, the end. We use soap products that are mass produced with unpronounceable ingredients, chemicals and additives. They foam, lather and scent our skin. Some…
By:  in  Self Improvement   Dec 08, 2010  
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Living Green Guide: Simple Tips to Save the World
When it comes to living green the preconceptions that people have can color the way that they think of the idea. They hear that term and think of a life of chores, sacrifice and hard work. They think that they cannot enjoy a drive or go and buy a simple…
By:  in  Self Improvement   Dec 08, 2010  
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Solar Energy: Here Comes the Sun, Now we can Cook
Since the beginning of time, Man has been alternately in awe and in fear of the sun. The great glowing orb in the sky has inspired songs, paintings and myths from every single culture on the planet. We have worshiped it, reviled it and hidden away from it. Finally though,…
By:  in  Self Improvement   Dec 08, 2010  
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Affordable Fishing: Do Not Break the Bank To Get the Fish
In trying economic times people will turn to a wide variety of ways to find recreation, relaxation and the occasional meal. Fishing is one of the best ways to fulfill all of those needs and really only needs minimum investment. (If you go way back to the bare bones basic,…
By:  in  Recreation and Sports   Dec 07, 2010  
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Catch and Release Fishing: Safely Letting Your Catch Go
Fisherman catch fish for many different reasons; sometimes they catch them to eat, sometimes they catch them to be mounted as trophies, and sometimes they catch them simply for the sport of it, content to hold them up for a quick photo and then gently guide them back into the…
By:  in  Recreation and Sports   Dec 07, 2010  
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Fishing for Beginners: Getting the Young Ones to the Water
Once upon a time, fishing was a necessity- meant to put food on the table for a hungry family. As more and more food came from grocery stores and other sources, fishing became more of a family outing, a hobby or for some a sport. Introducing a newbie to fishing,…
By:  in  Recreation and Sports   Dec 07, 2010  
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Fishing Boats: From Little to Gigantic
Depending on where you like to fish and the time of year that you go and your budget, the fishing boat that you end up with may be as simple as a blow up boat that holds one person and their gear to a gigantic, ocean going affair with all…
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Fishing Charters: Paying to Be Taken Out Fishing
Most people consider fishing to be little more than a truckload of buddies heading down to the local pond with a cooler full of beer, some rods and reels and a bunch of worms to spend the day in the sun. And while that may sound like a good day…
By:  in  Recreation and Sports   Dec 07, 2010  
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Fishing Hot-spots: When the Fish Are Practically Fighting to Get to Your Hook
If you spend any time at all talking to fishermen, you will hear the term “hot-spot” among about a million others. If your curiosity is about to get the better of you and you think you might ask one of these people to explain the term; you may want to…
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Fishing License: A License to Kill (Fish)
With very few exceptions, everyone who fishes in the United States must have a fishing license. Each state has a few differences in their laws, but the majority of the time children under the age of fifteen and senior citizens are exempt from needing a license. Many states also have…
By:  in  Recreation and Sports   Dec 07, 2010  
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A Green Future: Watching the New World Coming Up Green
The world around us needs to regain its beautiful bounty. We all must each do our part to help her heal…
Find Public Records for Free: Where to Find the Information that You Need
There are several ways to get information about someone. You can ask them directly and hope that they…
Search Obituaries: Finding Out About the Dead
There are several ways to find out information about the deceased, whether you know them or not. You…
Easy Ways to Live Green: The Simplest Tips to an Eco-Life
Going green can be as simple as changing a habit or two. If we teach our children to do their part from…
Fishing Hot-spots: When the Fish Are Practically Fighting to Get to Your Hook
If you spend any time at all talking to fishermen, you will hear the term “hot-spot” among about…
Fishing Charters: Paying to Be Taken Out Fishing
Most people consider fishing to be little more than a truckload of buddies heading down to the local…
Affordable Fishing: Do Not Break the Bank To Get the Fish
In trying economic times people will turn to a wide variety of ways to find recreation, relaxation and…
Buying Green: Voting for the Planet with Your Dollars
Every time that you go to the store, you tell the manufacturers, suppliers and growers what you like…
Fishing for Beginners: Getting the Young Ones to the Water
Once upon a time, fishing was a necessity- meant to put food on the table for a hungry family. As more…
Spear Fishing: Letting Your Inner Caveman Out to Wade
At some point in nearly every fisherman’s day they have looked just beneath the surface of a clear,…