Disposable products aren’t just bad for the environment. They’re not so great for your bottom line either — and some may be hazardous to your health. Fortunately, there are dozens of reusable, environmentally friendly, and inexpensive kitchen products you can use instead.
We waste between 30% and 50% of our food supply each year, which costs the average American family at least $1,600 per year. That’s a lot of money you could otherwise spend paying down debt or saving for a rainy day. That’s why it’s essential we all learn how to waste less food and save money.
Sustainable clothing can be pricey. But clothing lovers with a tight budget and a strong conscience can find ways around this. By shopping strategically and doing your homework, you can build a wardrobe that’s both ethical and eco-friendly without spending any more on clothes than you do now.
Not everyone can be a regular bike commuter. Some folks live too far from work, some have erratic schedules, some would have to traverse dangerous roads or brave adverse weather conditions, and others – including yours truly – work out of a home office. But even if you don’t bike to work, you can still bike
Gas prices are notoriously fickle. For proof, take a look at GasBuddy’s Gas Price Chart. The 10-year view looks like a mountain range, with sharp peaks and even sharper valleys. Experts predict that, for a variety of reasons, prices will only continue their upward climb in the years to come. Whether you’re planning a summer vacation or