Category Archives for "Sustainability"
How do you know if you’re doing as much as you can do without dramatically changing the way you live your life and freaking out your entire household? How do you maximize your sustainable living without hitting the this-is-not-sustainable brick wall?Continue reading
Do you believe you are earth conscious? How about taking a quick eco-friendly test? Of course, you are out there doing your part to save the planet and live a sustainable life. You are the expert of all of your friends when it comes to being eco=friendly. Are you sure you’re doing all you can? […]Continue reading
The chemicals and waste in dry cleaning – you want better for your clothes, your family and your planet. Am I right? There are definitely green alternatives to dry cleaning! Welcome! It’s great to have you here. While there are many terms for the sustainable, frugal, self-sufficient lifestyle, I call it JUST PLAIN LIVING, and […]Continue reading
Have you ever wondered how to make reusable versions of the disposables that normal, hygienic people usually use? Have you found yourself searching the stores for reusable paper towel only to stomp home in frustration? Here, my friends, is the ultimate list of how to find these amazing new products – reusable versions of every […]Continue reading
The most common criticism against organic farming (or, as I like to call it, farming) is that it will not feed the world. Only conventional farming, the common wisdom has it, can feed the population of nine billion expected by 2050. But is that true? Not only can small organic farming feed the world, but […]Continue reading
Do you believe that only chemical-based conventional farming can feed the world? That, if we switched to organic farming, millions would starve? The truth is, conventional farming is killing us. Let me detail a few of the very major side-effects that conventional farming has had on our world – and our health. This post contains […]Continue reading
Parents interested in homesteading with young children are faced with a shortage of advice and role models. Most homesteaders today have children of an age to participate and help. So what does a family with toddlers or babies do? If you have come here looking for some perfect advice that will make everything work, I’m afraid you’ll […]Continue reading