Article Archive for Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

Do you buy your farmers' market produce in season and organic cereal in bulk to save money — only to throw away food that's gone...
If you chose low-VOC paint, eco-friendly diapers or organic baby food to help give your child the right start, don't you wonder...
No matter how much I try to reduce my paper use, there always seems to be a pile of scrap lying around. Good thing there’s plenty...
On April 22, 1970, 20 million people across America marked the first Earth Day, celebrating the planet and peacefully...
I used to be cheap and lazy. I rinsed and reused baggies because I was too thrifty to buy Ziplocs. I used vinegar to (...
Energy-efficient and wallet-friendly ideas
It requires a huge amount of energy to raise or lower the temperature in your home by even a few degrees. That's energy you pay...
Garage-band soundproofing, tree ornaments, crib mobiles, draft dodgers, workbench grippers ... We asked users to tell us about...
Allow me to indulge my fantasy of sounding omnipotent. By all means, ignore my "commandments" if you think they’re too preachy. (...
Is it better for your health and the planet to toss a dryer sheet in the dryer, or to pour a cup of fabric softener in the washer...
Stay green while skiing or snowboarding.
If you’re going skiing or snowboarding soon — or just need a pair of gloves — check out these tips that’ll keep you warm and get...