I went to Lowes today to pick up a few things for my yard, and I was distracted by the beautiful hanging baskets. The smallest were $9.58 and the largest
Millions have found creative ways to go green while still acquiring stuff, and all without having to shell out their hard-to-come-by cash. Their secret – old fashion bartering, but with an electronic twist! Truthfully, both on and offline swap and shop sites are seeing tremendous increases in activity as many folks are turning to bartering to help survive this economic crunch.
Happy Earth Day, friends! I love Earth Day because it brings a bit of awareness to how we treat our planet. I know there are those who think every day
Friday Girl TV is a new lifestyle show featuring musician, blogger & urban adventurer October Rose. Twice each month, she explores Atlanta, providing an all girl-guide to the community as
Elyas Bakhtiari is a freelance writer currently working with long-running blog and green shopping site, Sustainablog. His guest post explores the difference between dishwashers & hand-washing and shares how going
We’re kicking off our New Year, New Budget series by tackling your New Year’s resolutions. The goal is to help you make progress, while sticking to your budget. Year after
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I often sing the praises of microfiber towels as an affordable, green way to clean inexpensively on a regular basis. When Ultimate Cloth America asked me to try their product,
You see reusable grocery bags everywhere now, and they come in a variety of colors and styles. The bags usually only cost around $1.00, and hold much more than the
I wrote this post about my daughter’s influence on our family in reference to going green. In most instances, we teach our children but in this instance, my daughter has