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.
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.
Can making your coffee in what looks like a fancy flower vase give you inexpensive, delicious java? Oh, yes. Say hi to pour-over coffee.
Free refills? Not exactly. But whether you're at home, the coffeeshop, or the office, these 10 refillable, reusable things will help you save lots of money.
It's a difficult question to struggle with — when should you buy disposable, and when should you buy stuff made to last?
New comforters arrive in study, zippered bags that beg to be reused. From the garden to the car and more, discover all the ways to give new life to these bags.
Instead of trashing them when the detergent runs dry, discover the multitude of uses for these very versatile bottles.
Don't throw away those so-called "one-time-use" items. Here are some creative ways to reuse them — and save some money in the process.
Sure, use-it-and-trash-it cleaning products are convenient. But how much they cost might shock you.
Instead of filling the trash with expensive, one-use-only wrapping paper this year, use these ideas for wrapping that is as unique as it is frugal.
Eco-friendly school supplies are a great way to teach kids about sustainability. Even better, a green back-to-school can help mom and dad save lots of cash.
From reducing waste to saving money to staying hydrated, carrying a reusable water bottle just makes sense. Here are seven of the best.
Since I don't like being weighed down by these precious metals or the idea of losing them, I've started saving all of my loose coins in a do-it-yourself piggy bank.
From greening your garden to moistening meat, banana peels have plenty of surprising uses. Plus, discover 7 bonus uses for bananas themselves.
You don't have to look far for great frugal living tips, just back a couple of generations.
I feel the same way about plastic water bottles as Andrea (read here Bottled Water, Bottled Hype series), and many others who feel that it's disturbing that over 60 million plastic
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