Food for Thought on Earth Day 2010

April 22, 2010

Today is the 40th Earth Day! To celebrate this, I want to encourage you to read previous posts of mine that dealt with being green. You can find them, apart from a green blogroll and green resources, on my Go Green page. You might also like this article I wrote for Bedford-Katonah Patch: In 2010, […]

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Our Fake Christmas Tree 2009

December 20, 2009

As always, I was going to buy a real Christmas tree this year, but I ended up with a fake one. Why? Because frugal me saw the price on the kind of tree I wanted — medium height, thick branches, preferably in a pot so I don’t have to buy a stand and can plant […]

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14 Ways to Save Money and Be Green

November 14, 2009
L swing Nov 09

It’s time for another frugal entry. Here are just a few money-saving tricks I use, and some of them not only save you green, they also let you BE green: 1. We just moved, and I didn’t pay a cent for moving boxes (and we needed a lot of them). I asked for free ones […]

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7 Easy Changes to Go Green in Your Home

August 10, 2009
L raupe

I’m still always learning new things about being green, but I’m passionate about keeping my family, and especially my son, healthy. It starts with a healthy diet, plenty of fresh air, and the choices I make in our home. I want to share with you what I do to make sure our home environment is […]

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