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.
You have to plan ahead how you’ll be watering plants on vacation even though you’re not there. Here are 2 really simple ways to water plants while away + 3 clever DIY solutions that you might want to try. My best ideas for watering house plants on vacation.
You can make recycling a lot more fun and less of a chore at home – for both adults AND kids! These 5 unique recycling ideas will make things a lot easier.
Uh oh, you’re in the checkout line and realize you forgot your reusable bags? What to do? Take the plastic bags and reuse in a variety of ways later.
We work so hard to rid our lives of plastic bags, why not do the same for our pets’ lives too?
The Coca Cola company may seem to be an unlikely candidate for the greenest sponsor of the 2010 Olympics, but wait until you see how far they went to be just that.
Eco-friendly toy trucks that WON’T harm your youngster.
Win a FREE eco-friendly, lead free, BPA free, and vinyl free lunch box from Lunchsense!
Think you’re safe by getting rid of your #7 plastic nalgene bottles? Maybe not. #5 plastic has been found to possibly be VERY dangerous itself…and it’s everywhere!
New BPA free bottle from CamelBak! Hooray for no more fake estrogens in our water!
Publix makes living green ridiculously easy by offering reusable shopping bags for .99 cents!
Can heating your food in a plastic container really give you cancer? You may be surprised with what you discover.
With stainless steel and new biodegradable plastics such as PLA available, why would someone choose to use traditional plastics? Check out some of these pro’s and con’s of new PLA plastic products.
Ever wonder what you can do to make a difference? What are some things you can do to save the environment? Here are 25 things you can do to help put an end to global warming.
With San Francisco banning plastic bags and Ikea beginning to charge for them, they must be pure evil right? Well, are they really?
Filtering your water or drinking water straight from the tap only solves half the problem of consuming bottled water. The other half is that we most likely still put it in an unsafe, non-renewable, plastic container. Let’s find out what you should use if you must use plastic.
Next time you grab that ice-cold bottle of water from the fridge, be sure to enjoy it. It is probably, in fact, not any more healthy than you’re tap water and is packaged in a crude oil derivative. Yummy.