By Becky Striepe on February 3, 2012
If you do have to print, stretching your resources is a great way to green up that process. You probably already know to print on both sides of your paper or maybe you even fish junk mail out of the bin and print on the back of that. But what about the printer ink?
By Becky Striepe on January 27, 2012
The typical surfboard is far from eco-friendly, but a small company on the Oregon coast creates a greener surfboard by using lower impact materials and reclaimed wood.
By Becky Striepe on January 16, 2012
Whether you make your own liquid dish soap or buy it at the store, it seems to run out at the most inopportune times, doesn’t it? I feel like we make most of the last-minute trips to the store around our house for two things: cat litter and dish soap. You can’t really push it with cat litter, but last time we were out of soap, I found a great way to stretch the bottle for a couple more washings! Here’s how:
By Becky Striepe on November 25, 2011
Sharing a car isn’t without its frustrations and inconveniences, but honestly I love it… It also really gets you thinking about whether you need the car for a particular errand, you know what I mean?
By Guest Contributor on October 31, 2011
For those that are considering becoming a one car household, honestly, it is simply a new habit, and people are quite adaptable. Sharing a car isn’t as difficult as it seems – it’s mostly a matter of keeping organized and being open to asking others for help.