Published in “October 2015”


Who Needs the Stuff in Jars? 6 Tips for Making Homemade Baby Food

When your baby begins the journey into the world of solid foods, this turning point is exciting for you as a parent. It's also nerve-wracking, as you're responsible for laying the nutritional foundation that could shape your kid's eating habits for the rest of his or her [...]

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Embrace Your Inner Environmentalist with 3 Great Green Podcasts

I love learning, but as a stay-at-home dad of a very active 3-year-old, my day affords me little time to engage my mind in anything that involves a topic not approved by my tiny little employer. Needless to say, chasing squirrels outranks books on socio-political philosophy. [...]

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Cooking with Less Kilowatts: Fall Charcuterie and Cheese Boards

Welcome to Cooking with Less Kilowatts! There is nothing better than sitting down in the evening to enjoy a delicious home-cooked meal. But did you know that changing what you do in the kitchen can make an impact on your monthly electricity bill? Each week, I will he [...]

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Create the Perfect Backyard Camping Experience in 4 Easy Steps

Ready to introduce your family to a night of camping basics in preparation for that big mountain trip you want everyone to take one day? Or is the lovely fall weather beckoning for you to sleep under the stars this weekend? [caption id="attachment_17301" align="align [...]

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Fun with Less Kilowatts: Part 2 – Wind Energy

Welcome to our new series - Fun with Less Kilowatts. Each week, we'll provide a different fun and educational activity for kids to teach them about energy. Each exercise is easy, entertaining, fun, and educational. We hope this series helps gets kids interested in ener [...]

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What Should I Feed Baby First? Seven Healthy Solid Foods to Turn Your Baby into a Foodie

Babies typically venture into the exciting world of solid foods sometime between 4 and 7 months of age. Like most “firsts,” this one can be just as exciting as the first time they roll over. Yet what makes this first so different is that you’re in the driver’s seat, [...]

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Join Bounce Energy in Raising Awareness for The Rose

This October, Bounce Energy is proud to partner with The Rose, a Houston-based nonprofit organization focusing on delivering quality breast cancer pre-screening care and treatment to uninsured women across Texas. Long before the pink ribbon campaign became a national [...]

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Cooking with Less Kilowatts: Hawaiian Pizza Inspired Omelet Scramble

Welcome to Cooking with Less Kilowatts! There is nothing better than sitting down in the evening to enjoy a delicious home-cooked meal. But did you know that changing what you do in the kitchen can make an impact on your monthly electricity bill? Each week, I will hel [...]

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Four Flavors Your Baby Will Love: Homemade Baby Food for Fall

A change in the air, a change in the color of the leaves, and a change in produce availability at the markets - they all signal the transition to fall. Most of us love the earthy flavors fresh fall produce delivers, so why not share the love with your baby? [caption id=" [...]

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Fun with Less Kilowatts: Part 1 – Static Electricity

Welcome to our new series - Fun with Less Kilowatts. Each week, we'll provide a different fun and educational activity for kids to teach them about energy. Each exercise is easy, entertaining, fun, and educational. We hope this series helps gets kids interested in ener [...]

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