For those celebrating Christmas, a live tree can be a beautiful home accessory while serving as a decorating centerpiece for the holiday season. However, considering how short-lived a cut tree is, a more sustainable choice might be to buy a living tree that can either be used year after year, or that can be planted in the yard to supply shade and wildlife habitat, and act as a living windbreak for decades to come.
‘Twas the weeks before the holidays, and all through the house. There were ways to reduce, reuse and recycle that you hadn’t thought about. The menus were planned and all the food would be tasted. In hopes that not a thing at all would be wasted. The gifts were experiences instead of more things. Lessening the impact done by packaging. The goal for the season is to be totally waste free. Enter the New Year being environmentally friendly!
Top 10 in the Bin (Most commonly recyclable items within the USA)
ONCE it was uncool to be stingy. But if you’re smart with your money you can buy cool things. Here’s some easy ways to save that will make a difference.
Forget relying on your family members’ hand-me-downs–thrift shopping is your new go-to when it comes to finding the most unique and individualistic pieces. It was Lauren Singer, the writer for “Trash is for Tossers,” a blog about living a zero-waste lifestyle who inspired me to try and make less….