Archive for November, 2010

Tell us your favorite holiday treats!: Attachment

All right foodies. All right bloggers. We want to know what you’re baking for the holiday season! Whether you have the best recipe for the classic sugar cookie,

Preparing for winter off the grid: Attachment

About six years ago now, an aunt of mine decided to leave the city behind and live off the grid. She’d already moved from NYC to Phoenix more than three decades before,

Up on the roof: gardening in the modern age: Attachment

Chances are your grandfather came home from work and spent an hour unwinding in the backyard, watering his tomato plants or picking lemons off the tree.

Traveling incentive from Greentique Hotels: Attachment

Love traveling? Better yet… Love traveling in the most eco-friendly way possible? Well, we’ve got a deal for you!

Hiring a green siding contractor: Attachment

And when we say green, we don’t mean a newbie. We mean a siding contractor who recognizes and follows a strict code of building for eco-friendliness.

Study: Organic produce isn’t better for you: Attachment

A recent study shows that organically grown produce may actually not offer additional nutritional benefits over conventional varieties.

Natural, homemade Christmas ornaments: Attachment

The eco-friendliest Christmas ornaments and decorations are usually made within your own home and the experts on creating holiday Christmas ornaments are about ages 4-10.