Embracing a few of these easy tactics will help with energy conservation in your home. That means a lower power bill and eco-friendly living.
Trip of a lifetime, our Italy vacation, and such an education to be able to see how living in Italy differs from our American world view. Spoiler: They’re winning the green game.
If you send kids off to school every day, you know just how hard it is to pull together a zero-waste lunch. If you’re trying to skip plastic products as well, it’s even harder.
Wondering how to keep homemade bread fresh? Here’s how to store homemade bread in DIY linen bread bags so it lasts longer. Here’s how to make a bag from thrifted linen in 15 minutes!
Sharing big items — instead of every household owning one — can save you money, reduce the environmental impacts of producing more than we really (truly) need, and free up some of your precious storage space.
Small space living with a family. Adopt some small space living ideas in your home for a better organized space that your family can love – together.
Breaking up with disposable waste is possible – here’s how. Implement these easy-to-adopt tactics to reduce waste in your household & send less to the dump.
When seasoning cast iron at home, you can choose which oil to use. Commercially pre-seasoned cast iron might have a GMO surface.
Sometimes it’s a meandering path of lessons and learning skills on the way to self-sufficient living. Especially small-scale backyard self-sufficiency.