Personal Life: Paperless Kitchen My family does not use any paper towels, paper napkins, or throw away plates. We only use dish rags, real napkins, and glass dishes. This allows us to not be wasteful and saves us tons of money in the long run.
Rain barrels help you take that extra step toward self-sufficiency and sustainability, plus they reduce your water bill. Here are 2 cautions to keep in mind, plus 6 things to consider when shopping for one. [by Jenny Cazzola]
Netflix is one of the first places I go when I’m ready to dig deep into learning something new. I am a huge fan of the documentaries section! Here are the 10 Netflix documentaries on sustainability and wellness that are at the top of my list. Not gonna lie, there are few things I enjoy more …
9 Tips for Living with Less Plastic (infographic) (via Less Plastic UK) Make a difference with these 9 simple tips for living with less plastic, avoiding single-use plastic products will reduce your impact on plastic pollution
31 Household Products You'll Never Have To Buy Again - save money and keep your home chemical free with these DIY household product recipes. and store them in Mason Jars where possible to make them look cool as well :)
Tip Going green saves you money in the long run! This great infographic from Payday Loans UK breaks down the average costs of an environmentally friendly lifestyle vs. a typical lifestyle. We bet you’ll be surprised by their findings!
Reusable Paper Towel Tutorial: one quick and easy way to reduce your carbon footprint and go green is to ditch conventional paper towels and use cloth towels. They can be simple kitchen towels, or cute and eye-catching like this fun DIY project!