Eeep! its black fly season and if those little critters are taking chunks out of you, there are ways to fight back. Traditional chemical repellents don’t do the trick and are full of harmful toxins, but there are some natural ways to beat back those little beasties.
So you keep hearing about ‘fracking’ and ‘the Keystone XL pipeline’ and stuff, but what's all the kerfuffle really about? Well, herewith a simple explanation to a complex problem so you can sound super smart at the pub!
Start your new life off the right way with a wedding that is kind to the earth. The wedding industry produces an enormous amount of waste and uses resources that have an impact on our planet. With these tips and tricks you can have a green wedding that saves you money too.
Unless you're a sheep farmer, there's just no need for all that grass. Are you spending fistfuls of money and a good deal of Saturdays mowing the lawn like a chump? Well, stop that. You can garden like a champ by considering an alternative lawn, reducing the amount of lawn you have or doing something useful with all that space. Here are some alternatives to the traditional lawn that will have you thinking twice about your patch of green.
Watch the video as man builds tiny house for this family of four for under $5,000 using upcycled and repurposed items and materials sourced from the internet.
No need to slum it with instant oats when you're out enjoying nature. You need to fuel your fun and make some meal memories around your morning campfire. This Fancy-ass French toast recipe is easy to make on the campfire, but it will give you all the energy you need for your next adventure.
Going green doesn’t necessarily mean getting solar panels on your roof. There are many easy changes that you can make most of which will save you money too.
These sturdy objects are perfect for a variety of DIY projects. Trash cans are built to be water tight, easy to move around, and long lasting. Take care of your old trash can the green way, with one of these 5 easy upcycling projects.