About Candice Batista

Candice is an award winning eco-journalist and one of Canada’s leading eco advocates, whose been sharing tips on how to live a more sustainable life for over a decade now. Currently, she calls CTV’s "The Marilyn Denis Show” home. As the resident on-air eco expert (and producer) , she provides viewers with the tools they need to live happy, healthy, green lives. From DIY recipes to saving energy, Candice has you covered.

THINK DIRTY’S JUNE LIMITED EDITION BEAUTY BOX REVIEW

By | 2017-06-29T16:26:10+00:00 June 29th, 2017|Categories: Beauty|Tags: , , |

Think Dirty's Limited Edition June Curated Beauty Box reads like the who's who of the natural skincare and homecare world, each box comes with 9 hand-picked and clean rated products. I love each on of them and am happy to say that I am trying (and loving) them all for the first time.

HOW EAT CLEAN ON A BUDGET

By | 2017-05-17T09:53:13+00:00 May 17th, 2017|Categories: Grub|Tags: , , |

The need to organic food is definitely growing in Canada. Ten years ago when I was shopping for organic food the selection was limited and the price was steep. Today, that has changed, organic food is much more accessible, but the cost for some items is still pretty high (like meat for example).

6 PRACTICAL WAYS TO STOP FOOD WASTE AND SAVE MONEY

By | 2017-05-08T10:08:16+00:00 April 13th, 2017|Categories: Grub|Tags: , |

I hate wasting food; it bothers me so much to throw away food that I have either forgotten at the back of the fridge, or simply did not use it in time before it goes off. Over the years I have learned and put into practice a few simple things that have helped me immensely in cutting back on the volume of food I throw out with an added bonus, of saving me some green ($$) in the process.

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