Tag Archives: Reuse

Top 5 Tips For An Eco Holiday Celebration

The holiday season is a great time for fresh starts and new traditions. If you haven’t started living a green lifestyle, now’s your opportunity. Here are the top five tips for creating a green Holiday Celebration. Eco Holiday Tips: Cards –Consider switching to emailed holiday cards to reduce your landfill waste. If you would like… Read More »

Top 5 Eco-Friendly Thanksgiving DIY Craft Projects

It’s Thanksgiving week! What better way to celebrate than with green DIY crafts. If you’re looking to green up your table decorations or just have some fun with the kids here are some eco-friendly Thanksgiving craft projects. Top 5 DIY Thanksgiving Crafts 1- Upcycled hand print turkey shirt 2- Corn husk recycled jar candle holder… Read More »

DIY Domino Drink Coasters

Before you consider an incomplete set of dominoes as trash, think about crafting some unique drink coasters for your coffee table or as a gift for a friend that is a game lover. It’s a pretty simple DIY eco-friendly project when you use this step-by-step guide by NaturalMindset. Supplies Needed: Hot glue gun & glue… Read More »

Living Off The Grid In An Earthship

Earthship is a radically sustainable green building made of recycled materials and powered by the sun & the wind, catching water, treating sewage, heating and cooling through thermal dynamics and growing food. It’s extreme Green living at it’s best by architect Michael Reynolds. Here’s a detailed look inside an Earthship:

Happy Earth Day!

Happy 41st Earth Day! Let’s show the Earth how much we care by going green with these top 5 tips for conserving energy, water and waste. 1- Change lights to CFL bulbs 2- Install a low-flow showerhead 3- Use reusable shopping bags 4- Fix all leaky water fixtures 5- Stop using disposable items

Tip of the Week – Pack A Waste-Free Lunch

Did you know that the average American school-age child throws away 67 pounds of food packaging a year? This includes plastic water bottles, sandwich baggies, and juice boxes. That equates to 18,760 pounds of lunch waste for just one average-size elementary school. That’s a lot of trash! Next week start reducing those numbers by packing… Read More »