When I see footage of glaciers melting and hear that farmers are worried about changing temperature patterns that affect their yields, I think, at best, climate change is real. At worst, I think it’s too late to do anything about it. “Game over, man…” Continue reading “6th of 7 Ways to Zero Waste-Changing One Thing at a Time for a Zero Waste Bathroom: Frugal Fairfielder Edition”
Climate Change is a controversial topic. At the time of this post, The UN Climate Conference talks have been underway in Paris.
Just in case climate change turns out to be a 100%-proven deal, how about being part of doing something to reverse its negative effects? The next generation will thank you for at least trying. What is doable? Reducing the amount of garbage you produce. Continue reading “7 Ways To Zero Waste: Frugal Fairfielder Edition”
Aimee and I are known around town a bit for our frugal lifestyle, so we got to talking about how people react around us when we are behaving somewhat frugally. Sometimes, there’s a shroud of guilt that comes over people when they sense our presence! Continue reading “Are We Trying to Guilt People into Frugality?”
1. Cut, Don’t Rip Out Coupons
I know I’ve done this a million times — I’ve ripped out coupons and tore off the expiration date which rendered the coupon totally useless. Continue reading “5 Important & Quick Tips About Clipping Coupons”
Thanks to Hobby Farms for this cool information! Continue reading “Clothesline Infographic–How to Hang Your Clothes To Dry Outside”
Quality toilet paper is important to me, but it doesn’t always matter to me about the quality of the paper towels I buy. Continue reading “Bounty Paper Towels vs Generic Paper Towels: Is the Difference Worth the Price?”