The Zero Waste Challenge is a great way to start your journey towards a zero waste lifestyle. The challenge is to replace one single-use item with a reusable one once a month. This slow start helps you to not get overwhelmed by the process. At first, it may be difficult but with time it gets easier, my wife and I like to make a game out of it. We try to see who can come up with best reusable replacement even if that means making some of our household products ourselves like toothpaste or shampoo.
Green Friday is a great alternative to what the majority of consumers do the day after Thanksgiving. The holiday season is truly my favorite time of year, but not because of the sales on Black Friday or the gifts. It’s something about the change in weather and the great food! I wanted to share a brilliant idea with you that can be so positive in so many ways. Just go outside and get into nature. Go for a hike or a walk just don’t go buy stuff. Feed your soul, recharge your spirit and get some exercise at the same time!
For those of you who live in California. The California State Parks Foundation has partnered with Save the Redwoods League and California State Parks to offer over 13,000 free vehicle day-use passes to more than 100 state parks for use on Green Friday.
My Life as a Turkey is a well produced and interesting documentary of a man who got the chance to raise wild turkeys as there mother!
Homebrewed hard apple cider is one of the easiest beverages for the beginning homebrewer! When you drink that first bottle of your very own home brew, you get such a sense of accomplishment knowing that you made it yourself and the best part is it’s cheaper than buying it at the store. All you need to get started is an Airlock, a stopper, a gallon of apple juice, and some yeast.
Living in an apartment makes getting fresh eggs difficult but not impossible. I have found a way, Quail. They are small, quiet, and produce very high-quality eggs.Read More