Help Keep A Dark Sky | Tuesday Tip

The International Dark-Sky Association helps to educate people about energy-efficient, properly designed lighting that allows for good night sky viewing. The Fatal Light Awareness Program educates individuals about how urban lights harm migratory birds.

Observe An Eco-Sabbath | Tuesday Tip

Even if you only took an electronic sabbatical for one hour a week, it’s important to pause every now and then and connect with the world around you.

Don’t Trash Your Old Media | Tuesday Tip

It’s tempting to clean house and toss those outdated discs in the garbage, but try to donate or reuse, or research some of the local Recycling Centers that will help break down these resources.

Compostable Produce Labels | Tuesday Tip

Did you know that you could talk to your local health food store about switching out those vinyl produce stickers out for something more compostable? All you have to do is ask!

Replace Disposables Wherever Possible | Tuesday Tip

Sometimes the most Painless Green choices are right in front of our faces at home. Take a look around at some of the smaller disposable things you might have and look for ways to swap them out for reusables!

Pick Up Some Coconut Oil | Tuesday Tip

Use it to soothe dry hands, moisturize your body, shave your legs, deep-condition your hair, and control flyaway hairs.

Give Away Perishables Before Traveling | Tuesday Tip

If you’re about to hit the road and you still have some perfectly good food in your fridge, make sure to make the most of it or find a way to give it away to those in need!

Slash Your Holiday Waste | Tuesday Tip

There are a ton of opportunities to repurpose things around the house, upcycle, or get creative with the way you present your presents this holiday season!

DIY Rainwater Harvesting | Tuesday Tip

Mother Nature provides a lot of water for us every year, but the key is the easiest way to harness it for good use. It’s easier than you think!

Programmable Thermostat | Tuesday Tip

Programmable thermostats learn your habits so you’re more comfortable when you’re home and saving money when you’re not.