In today's society we consume way too much, which also means we throw away too many things. I'm constantly trying to find new ways to reduce my waste and plastic use, and people sharing their own methods are a huge help. That's why I've chosen to share ten things that I no longer buy:
With the high cost of permits and other limitations, it may be impossible to increase the size of your home. If you want to create a larger space for having fun, entertaining guests or relaxing with a book, your outdoor space is the perfect option. Through a few renovation projects, you can create additional living spaces outside of your home.
Do you want to redesign your home or are you hunting for ideas of elevating your home décor? The choice of accessories that you pick can determine the result.
Consumers today are more mindful about the environmental impact of everything they do, from driving and traveling to energy usage in their homes. Fortunately, there are a few simple steps homeowners can take to save energy and help the environment.
Your family isn't alone in enjoying the comfort inside your house. There are lots of bugs outside that would also like to live in climate-controlled comfort. Here are ten simple steps you can take to keep them outside this year.
Here are some basic tasks you need to do now to prepare for wintry weather and to ensure your family stays healthy and safe inside.
The only effective method to use the resources of the earth is to decrease the number of things we use daily and to reuse the things that we mostly throw away. When you can’t decrease or reuse, recycling is the best solution rather than throwing it away. Here is a brief note on what recycling is and how it works.
The above photo is my washing machine. It is a 12-volt washer with a spinner. It actually works really well, despite being small. I can wash 6 tee-shirts, a few pairs of socks and underwear at one time. I can wash one heavy pair of jeans with a couple of light pairs of boxer shorts. Heavy blankets are a big NO. I can wash throws, so I use a lot of them instead of blankets. If you want to get by with very little power, these are the concessions that you make.