Clothes Dryers Market

23 Jul 19
Race to Save the Earth

The city of Berkeley, California just became the first city in the United States to ban the installation of natural gas lines in all new residential constructions. About half of all households in the United States are connected to a natural gas line. Natural gas is mainly used for air heating, water heating, clothes drying, […]

23 Jul 19
BestySells

Price: [price_with_discount](as of [price_update_date] – Details)   Yoga pants.A trendy fashion in the gym for workouts, in the studio, on the market or in restaurants and cafes. Our new yoga pants combine fashion, functionality and performance, perfect for workouts like yoga, jogging, walking, pilates and fitness. This is also a good choice for your everyday […]

22 Jul 19
Korea...20 Years Ago

Soon after my arrival in 1997, the Korean people told me about a huge indoor/outdoor market that I had to see. They described how some vendors came from rural areas and brought their produce there to sell to tourists and city-dwellers, and they described how the farmers like this started in the night to get […]

22 Jul 19
Indian Home appliances

Buying Guide: There are 100+ washing machine models in the market today. This makes the task of selecting the right washing machine tough. This situation is further exacerbated with each brand rolling out its own jargons rechristened as ‘features’. It becomes difficult to conclude some simple facts: how well do washing machines will clean the […]

22 Jul 19
thehowtoguru

1. Recycle. While one of the most widely known environmental tips out there, recycling is still often underutilized by everyday people like you and me. From plastic to paper , recycling can take form with many everyday items. To implement recycling into your everyday life, buy a small recycling bin for your home to get […]

22 Jul 19
Dear Planet

13 zero waste tips to have less plastic/trash in your life.

22 Jul 19
à Saint-Malo - in Saint-Malo

lundi 15 juillet 2019 – Monday July 15, 2019 Spectacular fireworks last night, the 14th, with thousands of viewers, music, and entertainment. (cool enough for even Phil to wear a jacket and comment on how cool it was). It was very quiet this morning. Lovely to have been able to FACETIME with Michael yesterday afternoon. […]

21 Jul 19
Rosie House

I saw a quote today and it really made me think. “Long term problems? I’ve got short term problems.” That statement really resonated and made the reflect. I am one to apply myself to personally addressing issues like climate change: I’ve built a 7 Star energy rated home I use the clothes line to dry […]

21 Jul 19
meaningful, mindful, minimal

Guess what’s in this mystery pouch? In my quest for a simpler, frugal and sustainable way of travelling mindfully, I looked to the ultralight hiking community and the minimalist digital nomads on YouTube for the really useful and practical tips that work. It took a few months of research and testing, but I got a […]

20 Jul 19
Find Your Glow

If you know me well, you know my love for the Earth, its sights, and creatures runs deep. Since I can remember, I’ve been curious about the natural world and have always felt at home there, more so than any other place. It is truly magical! The more you learn about it, the more you […]

20 Jul 19
KarensGreenerLife

Something I see on the zero waste forums all the time is questions on how do I be zero waste on a budget?  It’s true that being green can in many ways cost more money but there are lots of things you can do to be greener without having to spend more money.  It does […]

20 Jul 19
18 Pockets

Might donations to land trusts effectively offset my carbon pollution?

20 Jul 19
She Who Gathered Little

I’ve always loved learning about the Old West. Now, I do love living in the 21st century but there are so many things about the Old West that I would like more of…like more of plant life (no concrete), heirloom plant foods (no GMOs!), and a slower pace of life. And, excluding brothels, poor medical care, […]

20 Jul 19
MoniqSales

via Green Matters For those looking to live a sustainable lifestyle, shopping for costumes may feel stressed for one more reason this year. In addition to feeling good about how the dress fits your body, you may be interested in the materials and manufacturing that have been incorporated into the garment. Fortunately, there are many […]

19 Jul 19
The Butcher Shop

The Last Picture Show Introduction When I was in High School my English teacher, Miss Hornbuckle told me that I would never be able to communicate in the English language. This was no big deal because most Texas kids had an issue with the English language anyway. We almost had to lobby Congress to get […]