"42 Ways to Recycle" Free eBook

This little book has some great ways to recycle old things into crafts!It’s divided into sections:  Paper, Plastic, Metal, Glass, Clothing, and Miscellaneous. Here is the link to the PDF – once you go here, just save it to your computer! They have a bunch of Easter crafts in there too!  I loved the bunny […]

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Who Said A Green Kitchen Is A Boring Kitchen?

Thanks to Veronica Davis for today’s guest post! The kitchen is the room which produces the most waste and uses the most energy in the house. It can easily become the room which brings the most harm to the environment. This doesn’t mean that you have to do away with a kitchen you love, though. […]

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Recycle! Thursday’s Eco Tip

After you’ve reduced buying and reused everything you can, it’s time to recycle.  Some things are easy.  Here, we have curbside pick-up of paper, cans, and glass.  Other things, however can be a lot more difficult.  Electronics, clothing, and household goods can be a lot more difficult to get rid of.  Here are some resources […]

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Thursday’s Eco-Tip: Reuse!

In my life I constantly try to live by the reduce, reuse, recycle mantra.  It’s better for the environment, my wallet, and my sanity! This year I’ve been focusing on the reduce part – do I really need to buy that?  Will I use it a lot or will it go by the wayside shortly? […]

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Thursday’s Eco-Tip: Reduce (Our Two Year Rule)

One of the best things we can do to help the Environment is reduce the amount of “Stuff” we buy.  Of course, that is easier said than done!  So often, we buy things without even thinking about it.  Those things clutter up our lives, and really don’t make us any happier.  It’s something else to […]

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Thursday’s Eco-Tip

Kick your bottled water habit! Image from Wiki Over the years, the bottled water industry has become so successful in America that beer and soda are the only drinks Americans drink more of!  Not only is bottled water expensive, costing a thousand times what tap water costs, it usually isn’t any safer or cleaner than […]

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