Big utility bill sinking your budget? Make the planet and your wallet greener by plugging up these five surprising home energy leaks.
Getting seeds to sprout into a bountiful harvest seems like a lot of hard work. The truth is, your garden only needs a few fundamentals to produce well.
Putting on soft clothes that just came out of the dryer is great — but traditional dryer sheets are filled with chemicals. Instead, make this eco-friendly version.
Fresh fruits and vegetables are good for you...but less so if they're covered in pesticides. Shop smart to reduce your exposure and still save money.
Walking is simple, accessible, and good for the mind, body, community, and soul. If you're looking for an excuse to go for a walk, try one or two of these.
Whether you're traveling or trying to save money or water, showering less doesn't have to mean forgoing hygiene.
Electric cars are an alternative to environmentally unfriendly gas guzzlers, but are they worth the higher upfront cost?
Solar panels can reduce your electricity bill, increase your home's value, and reduce your carbon cost to the environment. Here's how to get started.
Yes, you CAN grow your own food. These easy-to-grow herbs and vegetables will thrive even if you've got the blackest of thumbs.
Even if you live in a rainy climate, you can do the planet and your pocketbook a favor by conserving water. Here's how.
One of the easiest ways to cut crafting costs is to source inexpensive supplies, and what could be cheaper than the recycling bin?
There's no reason to overspend on spring cleaning supplies. Reuse, repurpose, and remix stuff you already have on hand to reinvigorate your space.
These four responsible ways to dispose of old electronics will keep them the out of landfills and may even put a little more money in your pocket.
Is it possible to save the planet while saving money? Reformed consumer Max Wong shares some of her thoughts on the difference between frugality and mindfulness.
Make 2013 your year to help the environment...and your wallet. Here a five simple ways to turn over a new leaf and save a little money, too.
The holidays are a time for giving...and receiving things you don't want. Here are seven ways to deal with gifts you just won't use.
Don't toss out that stale breakfast cereal! Instead, check out these ways to ensure that none of it goes to waste.
Why pay for something that will only be used once and then becomes garbage? Try one of these awesome, reusable wrapping methods instead.
If you want to drive less but still get your errands done, consider a cargo bike — these 'cycles can carry everything from kids to groceries and more.
Discover how one family of hoarders transitioned to a no-gift Christmas — and the amazing difference it made.
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