Easy Lunchbox

Saturday, September 3, 2011
by Jennifer

How To Pack A Waste Free Lunch

Waste free school lunches are a perfect way to introduce your children to the concept of green living because kids can see for themselves that disposable lunches create a lot of garbage.  Garbage is created in bulk because there is … Continue reading

Cleaning Supplies

Tuesday, August 30, 2011
by Jennifer

Eco Friendly Housework (or How To Clean Green)

I am always looking for ways to make my housekeeping chores easier and greener, unfortunately, sometimes those two goals are mutually exclusive. I remember one three month period where the inside of my dishwasher became increasingly dingier and unsanitary looking. … Continue reading

Shovel of Compost

Wednesday, August 24, 2011
by Jennifer

Horse Manure for Compost Pile: An Offer I Couldn’t Refuse

I got an unexpected call yesterday from a lady that I have known for a few years now. We affectionately call her The Mango Lady because she lives on an enormous property that is chock full of mango trees. Every … Continue reading

Bar of Soap and Sponge

Friday, August 5, 2011
by Jennifer

Old Timey Skills Are Still Relevant Today

I love old timey skills like breadmaking, cheesemaking, vegetable gardening, cooking from scratch, canning, etc.  Lately I have been thinking about two old time skills which I have been wanting to try out for a long time, soapmaking and making … Continue reading