At the start of every year, people all across the globe like to take a little time to figure out their New Year’s resolutions. While some may question whether this is worth the time and effort, I think taking a look at things you want to improve in your life or figuring out how you […]
For January on Jamie’s Corner, Jamie breaks down a list of 12 simple ways you can reduce those single use items for a greener New Year in 2020.
As we wrap up the end of 2019, the Biofriendly Boys reflect on the environmental lessons they’ve learned along the way and discuss some inspiring resolutions for a Happy New Year!
While not everyone makes “resolutions” for the New Year, almost all of us make some sort of plans, or set goals, as to what we want to accomplish in the upcoming year. Even if you’ve already laid out your plans and are making progress on your goals, we’ve got five sustainable resolutions worth adding to […]
Image by SteveR / Creative Commons We are very fortunate to live in a time where we have nearly instant access to food of all kinds. That is why when I talk about starting a vegetable garden and growing your own food people give me a strange look. Why spend your time dealing with […]
Well, the year is coming to a close. 2010 will soon be behind us. But that means that a whole new year is ahead of us and we have plenty of time to work on “going green” in 2011. So this week, instead of covering the ‘Weekly Greens’, I decided that I’m going to end […]
Well, we’re approaching the end of the first week of 2010. If you are like me, you probably have both big and little green resolutions for the upcoming year. One of the obstacles we can run into, in accomplishing our resolutions, is not laying out some of the smaller steps needed to reach the bigger […]