Posts Tagged ‘home’

Making Your Home, Yard More Environmentally Friendly: Attachment

The environment is perhaps the ultimate precious resource for humankind.

Lower heating costs for your wallet and the environment: Attachment

Household heating costs are among the most significant monthly bills you have to tackle within your domestic budget.

Fresh summer herbs = killer culinary tool: Attachment

One of my favourite things about spring and summer is planting my herb garden. Something says amazingly delicious when the simplest thing delivers flavour like no other.

Living life off the grid: Attachment

Living off the grid is becoming increasingly popular, and for good reason: it brings you to a world of simplicity and survival, but in a way of comfort that those who live off-grid absolutely love.

29 (other) uses for salt: Attachment

Yes, we know it can season our foods, but salt is so much more than just a flavor enhancer. Here are our favorite ways to use the crystal – and why you should, too.

Is living alone bad for the environment?: Attachment

I read a report the other day outlining the reasons why living alone is bad for the environment. As someone who lives alone, did it make me rethink my current living situation? Simply put: no.

Don’t throw these away! Recycle instead.: Attachment

Although we know generally what to recycle: paper, plastic, cans, and glass, there are many things we’re probably throwing away that we shouldn’t!

The Low-Flow Toilet: Attachment

Toilets use a lot water to get the dirty work done. However, with the advent of low-flow toilets, we can save loads, making it more efficient and saving energy, too.

Tips for greener laundry: Attachment

Laundry. We don’t really love it… but we have to do it. Each day, we use clothing, towels, bedding… and, inevitably, we have to clean it. But how can we do this in the greenest way possible?

Green kitchen renovation: Attachment

The new year often brings about two things: (1) Resolutions that we (always/sometimes/never) keep for our (health/body/mind/life). And (2) house organization and renovations.