Green, Eco-Friendly, Organic, Sustainable Living Made Easy
I still remember seeing the mountain of trash that was generated after only one lunch period in a high school in Woburn, MA, I was visiting as a teenager during a school exchange. Since then I have been on a quest to educate people about the things they can do without much effort to help our environment. It’s so easy — go green!
Being green is “in” right now — I hope that isn’t just a phase. Small changes don’t have to cost a lot.
Here are some of my articles with green living tips and resources:
Excessive Toy Packaging Unsafe and Wasteful
7 Easy Changes To Go Green in Your Home
Tips on Being Frugal and Green
14 Ways to Save Money and Be Green
In 2010, Be Frugal and Eco-Friendly
Protect Your Children From Toxic Air Fresheners
Is Your “Green” Cleaning Product Really Green?
How To Avoid Genetically Modified and Engineered Food
Meeting Jessica Alba at The Honest Company Launch
Earth911.com — search for recycling centers in your area and recycle anything, plus recycling 101
Green Business Women
Freecycle — giving and getting stuff for free
Swap Tree — trade books, music, DVDs, and video games you have for items you want for free!
Visions Paint Recycling — they make low-VOC paint out of recycled paint for about $15 a gallon. For no upcharge; you can send them a swatch and they will mix what you desire.