Tired of your waste bin smelling of vomit? Try this on.
Building A Wall
Still at it.
Nurturing Soil: Getting The Most Of A Summer Hour
Caring for soil is easier to do than micro-managing the whole garden. Here is how I spend an hour in the heat of summer to get the soil ready for fall planting.
The End of An Era
The old swing set finds new purpose in an old/new space.
The Christmas That Wasn’t
Family, love, and a piano cement new holiday traditions without unnecessary consumption in the foreground.
The Consumption Conundrum
The Story of Stuff is a powerful yet fun video presentation by Annie Leonard. Learn how you can break the cycle of the unsustainable materials economy.
Iron Man and Christmas Trees
∞ It's safe to say we are quite settled into the house now, evidenced by the mere 2-3 boxes left in the dining room -- versus the 20-30 -- to unpack/put away/give away. The Christmas tree just went up, marking the (late) beginning of the end of what was an amazing year. The 15-yr-old artificial will … Continue reading Iron Man and Christmas Trees
How To: Stealing, Hoarding and Making Soil
The phrase "working mother" is redundant." ~ Jane Sellman ♥ Being a mother of four brings any self-respect I have down a few notches. There's practically nothing I won't do when it comes to caring for my kids (think all things excrement or hygiene), and I surprise even myself at just what passes muster with … Continue reading How To: Stealing, Hoarding and Making Soil
Stealing Trash – A New High
∞ Waste is rampant in America. It's a problem, I believe, of abundance coupled with busy-ness, resulting in big, big piles of trash. One day, we may be mining those landfills; natural resources are being used up faster than they can replenish. Some people are trash renegades. They not only do their part, but they … Continue reading Stealing Trash – A New High
Aseptics – Good and Bad by Design
Learn about the trash you make for the landfill and find better ways. Your planet depends upon it.