Summer vacations are exciting family moments that should be remembered
long after the trip is over and there is no reason those memories have
to fade! To that end, you don’t have to go out and buy expensive
scrapbook supplies to document your fun. A simple cereal box and a few
other supplies you most likely have around the house can be used
creatively to make a homemade scrapbook...
Smart phones can make so many things in life easier. My smart phone
syncs with my home computer, my calendar and even my husband’s calendar
so that we all know what is going on in our busy lives at any given
time. Smart phones can even make recycling easier. If you have a
smartphone, check out a few of these free mobile recycling apps...
Sharing is one easy and inexpensive way to go green that is often
overlooked. It can impact many areas of our lives, including reducing
waste and clutter, while also saving you a lot of money! It is something
that can be as simple as sharing with your neighbors spontaneously or
it can be organized through swaps, even planned through social networks...
...The trash production in the US has almost tripled since 1960 and in
2010, Americans generated about 250 million tons of trash, according to
the Environmental Protection Agency. These statistics are rather
staggering and each person should do their part to reduce the amount of
trash they produce! Here are a few simple ways that you can help...
Making paper with your kids is a great way to teach them about recycling
and a really fun project they will enjoy. When I started to show my
daughter how to make plantable paper, she was immediately curious about
it. She wanted to know if it was the way they made the paper she writes
on and if all paper is made out of trees...