The holidays are a time of giving and a time of wasting. Between Thanksgiving and the end of December, the amount of trash Americans throw away increases by 25 percent.
The harsh reality is that this spike in trash wreaks havoc on the environment as well as on our pocketbooks, when in some cases it doesn’t need to.Read more ›
It appears that fashion has to be defined by what’s new and is on the runway. However, brand new doesn’t always have to be bought in a store. Recently, there has been a movement to reuse and renew old clothing. The favorite of renewing is jewelry.Read more ›
Going green doesn’t require spending a lot of money. In fact, with some simple steps you can use nature to your own benefit. I’m going to teach you how to make a solar backpack for under $50. It will be able to charge your iPod or any USB device as long as the sun is making contact with your backpack. It’s not the most practical for use in dismal Washington, but at least have bragging rights that you made a solar backpack on your own.Read more ›