Too bad we didn't know this trick back in college.
Try these instead of store-bought products.
Instead of pressuring myself to see the world, run a marathon or win a Grammy (as a mom to a toddler, I consider it a victory when I leave the house with clean hair), I thought I'd let myself off the hook on some of my least favorite activities.
Using paper products with total disregard for trees is one of the only things that keeps my family functioning.
Do we enter a nesting period when we are about to embark on some of the most exciting times in our life?
On Feb. 2, 2012, our dear friend Punxsutawney Phil declared that we would have six more weeks of winter. Well, time's up!
How do you decide which cleaning products to use in your home? Clearly the effectiveness of the products we use is important, but what about their impact on the environment?
On my way to the studio I notice the path is partly blocked by an overgrown shrub, so I put the pliers down, go to the tool shed to get hedge clippers and trim back the intrusive plant. I go in and sit at my desk to prepare for the class.
Whether it is a lighter load, a quieter mind, a better mood, a solution to a problem that you're chewing on, less attachment to outcomes, finding your soulmate or your mojo... here's my all-purpose recipe for reinvention.
Whether you are living in an apartment or sharing a kitchen with a hundred of your peers on your dormitory floor, here are the top eleven must have items for a first kitchen.
I love parties, and I like having people over. I don't really like pop-ins; it's a lot more fun to entertain when your house is clean.
Ever since I was a little kid, I've been somewhat of a clean freak. Not like Howie Mandel, crazy-won't shake-your-hand-clean-freaky, just a little neu...
I'm ridiculously fanatical about my kitchen stuff: pots and pans, skillets and Mokas, kettles and ladles, all that is metal and can be made to shine.
Not surprisingly, there are huge spikes in textile disposal in the two weeks following Christmas . I should know. At USAgain, we collected almost two million pounds of discarded clothing.
I recently read a wonderful novel by a Turkish author, Elif Shafak, called The Forty Rules of Love. It's a powerful book, but one of the lines that st...
If you're grateful for the natural world this Thanksgiving, you're likely to appreciate these tips, which aim to help you preserve the planet while planning your holiday festivities.