A reusable water bottle saves money and the environment. Choose a glass bottle to avoid the BPAs found in some plastics and the metallic flavor of stainless steel.
Today we found some stellar articles on ways to slash your water bill, saving at the farmer's market, and ways to make money.
Today we found some fantastic articles on living a life you love, conserving bathroom water, and carving more time out of your day.
According to recent data, American eat out roughly 3 times every week. And water could play a big part in making the whole thing less expensive, and healthier.
Saving water is not only good for the planet, it can be a highly efficient way to cut your water and energy bills (energy to heat the water).
Recently rainwater harvesting is becoming more popular in America and states such as Arizona and New Mexico are adopting laws that mandate the practice for new buildings. Here are
The chances are, you're dehydrated right now. In fact, over 75% of the American population is deyhdrated, and worse still, over 80% know they are. No big deal? Well, it is actu
The main reason that people don't drink water is that it is tasteless and not very "fun" to drink. On the other hand, water is considered more healthy than sodas so
In the interest of frugality and safety , I will pass along a tip that I received from a waitress when my family and I were visiting Williamsburg. She advised us that free water in
This is the third in a three-part series about bottled water. To read the first installment, click here. To read the second installment, click here.
We’ve talked a bit about bottled water. [more]
If you drink bottled water every day, you're paying a premium for something that should be close to free. Drink bottled water for health-reasons? Find out why that's ironic.
When we buy bottled water, especially bottled water from overseas (like Fiji), we're deciding against using that we have immediate access to, something that pours freely into o
Green gardening should be cheap. Organic gardening was the way of the world before chemical companies found ways to create compounds that could destroy pests quickly and effectively. [more]
I've always thought of disaster preparedness as something for the highly paranoid or mildly insane. Current events have led me to believe in being better safe than sorry.
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