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Lessons From 2014

December 23, 2014

2014 was a period of growth personally and professionally. There were all-nighters, new adventures, platform launches, unexpected lessons, shifts in direction, and our favorite – developing lasting relationships. We learned many lessons from 2014 and what...

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My name is Katelyn Ivers, and I’ve always been told that I “march to the beat of a different drum.” Ever since I was a child, I’ve had differing priorities, feelings, and goals than my...

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Born and raised in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, most of my fondest memories center themselves around enjoying the beautiful nature that lives there. I’ve always felt a kind of artistic grand design in nature that sparked...

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But I Like Blue Toilets!

August 28, 2014

Here at PowerHouse Growers, we’re ordinary people making an extraordinary difference through education, relationships, social responsibility, and by applying what we’ve learned. We come from varied backgrounds with very different opinions and ideas on how...

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Sustainability isn’t just trending anymore. In fact, it’s becoming an essential part of life, especially if we’re to continue living the way we live presently. And considering that we would need more than four Earths...

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Everything we do counts and everyone we touch is impacted. In this sense, it’s important then for us to understand who we are and what we value as we’re given opportunities each day to make...

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Debated and discussed at length has been the concern over whether advanced human technology has increased our ability to live balanced, harmonious, and genuinely connected lives, or if it has regressed our evolution as a...

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Eric Corey Freed, Founder of the organicARCHITECT has the passion and enthusiasm that give him a great platform to communicated his message from. Here we’ve put together a snap shot of the many facets Eric...

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A great deal of research has focused on the importance of developing healthy environmental attitudes and behaviors in early learning years. Global warming, waste disposal, pollution: the environmental problems of today are real and cannot...

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We live in the age of autopilot. Our bodies know a routine controlled by our brain’s propensity to stick to pattern. On one hand, this autopilot mode can be beneficial to time management, happiness, and...

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