My budget-friendly tips for creating an eco friendly house. 9 simple ideas — from replacing plastic with natural materials to choosing eco friendly cleaning products and 7 other green home tips.
I love the holidays, but I also love Earth. That’s why I recycle Christmas trees, flowers & other organic materials that I use for Halloween, Thanksgiving & Christmas. Here’s how…
I love buying green furniture for my house! Here’s what you need to know before you buy eco friendly furniture + Tips on buying used and recycled furniture
Want to go green at your home office? That’s what I did. See how much money you’ll save by changing a few things in your home office & making it ecofriendly
See why I think the SnapPower LED night light is the best night light ever — both from a practical, low-budget standpoint and from an eco-friendly one.
Got Mardi Gras beads? You can reuse parade parade beads as gift wrap, a DIY chandelier, drink coasters, centerpieces, party favors – or just recycle them!
Here’s where to find free materials for all your DIY projects: free pallets, barrels, mulch, lumber, dirt, rocks, trees, plants, and seasonal craft items!
These 10 are definitely the best indoor plants to clean the air inside your house. These houseplants are all easy to find, and most are super easy to grow!
Recycle your 1980s kitchen by giving it an affordable, green makeover! Simple DIY ideas to make your old kitchen look new again.
Have a bunch of old photos laying around and you’re not sure what to do with them? Here are 3 creative ways to reuse your old photos.
Enjoy glass insulators as much as I do? Have you tried reusing glass insulators in any of your DIY projects yet? Here are some fun ideas to get you started.
Give yourself the green light on a fun recycling project that will liven up your game room or den: restore an old traffic light! See how I recycled one.
This solar powered lamp performs just as well as the original SunJar but costs less.
Tomato cages can be awkward to store once their purpose has been served. Why not turn them into a stylish pieces of decor instead?
What’s better for your home and the environment at Christmas? A real or artificial Christmas tree?
A simple dusk to dawn timer can help seriously green your Christmas lights…whether they’re LED’s or not.
Got an old pair of shoes you just can’t part with? Give them new life in the form of funky solar-powered lights
Want to liven up your outdoor space? Try making some chic hanging chairs from shipping pallets!
The fun doesn’t stop when the alcohol has run dry…because now you’re free to make that empty wine bottle into a tiki torch or wall mounted vase!
What’s better than recycled and non-toxic plates who’s proceeds partially go to corresponding charities? Only such a plate with food on it.
Sometimes LED Christmas lights aren’t the most eco-friendly option. Find out how regular old mini lights can be greener than LEDs.
Hmmmm, $30 LED lanterns or $2 LED lanterns? Decisions, decisions.
Amazing DIY projects to help keep you safe (and healthy) while biking.
LED lights can be implemented into nearly anything…including toilet seats. Wow!
Holiday decorations don’t have have to break the bank. Check out what nature has already provided for us to use to make our homes look spectacular for Thanksgiving!
Love that fresh paint smell? Did you know it could actually be killing you?
If you’re trying to ‘live green’ through the Christmas season, that means you’ll probably be looking for a chemical-free ‘green’ Christmas tree. Here’s a good place to start…
Go green chic in your decor this spring season…and save money doing it!