Entries by Linda Crawford

How to Make and Use a Compost Bin

Compost Bin – see URL in Post for How To Build This Bin Compost is typically any natural matter that has come from nature and is being decomposed in order to return it to nature with its many benefits intact. Things such as leaves, grass, and certain food skins such as banana peels are common […]

Why You Should Unplug Your Appliances

If you’re like the typical American, you’ve probably got about 40 household appliances that you routinely leave plugged in – even when these devices aren’t actively being used. But did you know that even when they’re turned off, appliances and electronic gadgets gobble up energy, costing you money? The average U.S. household spends about $1,900 a year on […]

Keeping The Environment Safe From Harmful Chemicals

Think about recycling and maybe the first thing to pop into your head isn’t damage that’s done to the earth when we use products with harmful chemicals, but that’s part of the cycle, too. As well as reducing waste, recycling products and reusing what can be reused, protecting the earth from harm is all a […]

Eco-Friendly Wall Treatments on a Budget

One of the great things about eco-friendly wall treatments is that they tend to be budget-friendly as well. This is partly because eco-friendly wall coverings can be made from recycled material you have in your own home, making them extremely affordable. Store-bought, eco-friendly wall treatments can get pricey – vegetable dyes for wallpaper and fabric, […]

Green Cleaning Tips

If you have taken the time and effort to remodel or redecorate your home and going green, then it is important to remember that you have to maintain that greenness afterwards as well. Cleaning green is an excellent way to honor your going green choices. Many individuals think that going green is something new; however, […]