Changing how we do things – adopting eco-friendly habits – can make a huge impact on our environment and the sustainability of this planet.
Changing how we do things – adopting eco-friendly habits – can make a huge impact on our environment and the sustainability of this planet. Green living means making subtle (or okay, sometimes drastic) changes in our lives.
There are so many small things that can collectively make a difference in our footprint on the earth. Green living efforts can include using less caustic cleaning materials, skipping single use plastic, and SO much more.
Knowing basic kitchen skills is the first step to being comfortable with home cooking. Kick the pre-packaged food to the curb and start cooking at home!
We’re being overrun with plastic. Recycling plastic is NOT the answer. It’s time to talk about how to reduce plastic use in our homes & offices.
Natural weed killers & other organic weed control methods can be hit or miss. Here’s what works (& what doesn’t) in the home garden.
Trying to avoid plastic? Freezing mason jars is a safe & easy method of storing food, making meals ahead of time or preserving produce – if it’s done right.
In recent memory, the consumers’ go-to for freezing foods has been plastic. But now that we’ve discovered that BPA (bisphenol-A) comes with certain health risks (and now, whoops! its replacement, BPS, might be even more damaging!) lots of people are looking for alternatives.
Dreaming of living off the grid? Read how one family achieved an off grid homestead WITHOUT going into debt! With a willingness to DIY, you can, too!
Whether from a tool library or using a service that connects individuals, tool sharing makes sense economically and environmentally.
These reusable snack bags are perfect for packing dry snacks for lunch or traveling. Looking for a more eco-friendly food wrap or reusable sandwich bag DIY?