There are a few minor changes we all can make to improve the environment and promote sustainability – without spending a dime! Continue reading to learn five ways you can do just that.
Paper documents and filing cabinets have been the primary way to organize information at home and in offices for decades – but that doesn’t means it’s the best option. Continue reading for the best tips to help you begin your journey towards a paperless life.
Remember the days when wearing thrift clothing was so not cool? Well, it seems as if those days are behind us. The rise of millennials has introduced a culture with an admiration for DIY (Do-It-Yourself) hacks. This DIY mentality has allowed people to save money on a number of things, specifically household items. Continue reading to find out some quick DIY projects, so you can share in the wealth, too! Continue reading →
Now that it is ‘officially’ summer, it’s also gardening season. Growing your own food is a great way to save money, in more ways than one. Taking up this self-sufficient hobby can help you to slash that pricey grocery bill, and it can also lead to a drastic decrease in the amount of money you spend going out to eat. But there are a few speed bumps on the way to creating a garden that will thrive: What if you don’t have much of a backyard? What if you don’t have that much time on your hands? Don’t let these minor setbacks keep you from discovering your green thumb. Here are a few ways you can make the most of out of a small garden: Continue reading →
In terms of sustainability, there is a direct correlation between “going green” and inexpensive living. I’m not telling you to mount a solar panel on your roof or to invest in wind farming, but there are minimal changes that we all can make in our daily lives that not only give our wallets a break, but also help out the environment. Thanks to U.S.News and Entrepreneur, I have found 5 easy ways to save money by going green. Here they are: Continue reading →