I could go out and buy some ornaments, but if you’ve learned anything about me, you know I love DIY projects and recycling. When I can merge the two together, not only do I save money, I also breathe life into junk from around my house and make some pretty sweet stuff.
It’s a heated debate during the holiday season: Should you purchase a real or a fake Christmas tree? Well, I can’t really settle the debate definitively. However, what I can do is throw out a few ideas to consider, so before you rush out to buy your tree, take a breath – here’s some food for thought to mull over.
Whether it’s 70 degrees and sunny or 20 degrees and snowy, I’m always thinking about my garden. Although it’s in hibernation mode, I recently began planning for next year based on new ideas I’ve come across and things I didn’t get to try out last year. Just when I thought it was too late to compost, I found some information suggesting otherwise.
With more advantages of installing energy-efficient upgrades emerging daily, why wait to start making changes to your home? They’ll help save you money through tax incentives and cheaper energy bills, and, according to many real estate experts, these improvements help sell your home faster.
If you plan on redoing some insulation in your home to prepare for winter or you happen to be building a brand new house, let’s take a look at some alternative and environmentally-friendly insulation options.
Gather up your plastics and aluminum cans, because today is America Recycles Day! We’ve got tips and resources to help you become an avid recycler today.
Whether I buy a brand new home or a historic home, one of the first modifications I want to make is adding solar panels. It seems like a pretty great idea, right? Maybe…We’ve got a few things you should think about first before you go bolting solar panels to your roof.
Eco-friendly wood floors run about the same price as regular wood floors but have less environmental impact. If you’re thinking about wood floors, look at these options!
From all-natural cleaning products, to making a home from rock and dirt, I’m fascinated with learning about new ways to live a greener lifestyle. Today, I’d like to introduce to you the sites that inspire me to live greener.
If you want unique pieces for your home, you have to look in unconventional places. You never know what you’ll find for your home at a junkyard!