Does your current paper stream threaten to flash flood? Are you looking to find ways to tame the inbox? If you're over paper shuffling and would be over the paper moon about outbox strategies to reduce the flow, then read on for tips on how to tackle the paper tiger!
The end is near (of Daylight Saving Time anyway!), are you prepared? While turning back time on November 3, why not also take the time to revisit other ways you can save? Read on for household tips that can save the environment, save lives, and save money!
tags: no tagsWeekly Tips | October 21, 2013
As a Pacific Northwest chill descends, and the temperatures start to dip, you're likely not the only one thinking "ugh" and grabbing your Uggs! Staying cozy this winter may mean the heat is on, but it doesn't necessarily mean you have to be fleeced - "winterizing" your home can go a long way to seeing energy bills drop alongside the temperature. So take comfort in flannel, grab the hot water bottle, and read on for more earth-friendly tips on staying warm while keeping the planet cool!
You can't beet a cool season vegetable patch, but if winter gardening is no mâché for you, then it's time to settle the beds down for a long winter's nap. Before tucking them in, why not plot ahead to yield better results? Click through to make the most of mulching, and watch your garden grow through the winter months!
Strapped for a clever costume idea - no need to boo-hoo - last year's princess, pirate, or zombie can be seen anew! A little fairy dust can go a long way, especially when sprinkled at National Costume Swap Day! So when opportunities (and trick-or-treaters!) knock this Halloween, why not treat Mother Nature by considering being green?
For more tricks and frightfully good ideas on your Eek-o impact read on!