Green

it's super easy to help the planet while saving cash. Check out our huge list of ways to go green on a budget—turns out it is easy being green, after all!
Ditch the toxins—and the dirt—with these DIY spring cleaning recipes for bathrooms, kitchens, laundry, and everywhere else.
Fun fact: Writing a shopping list, learning to pickle, and visiting used bookstores are all great ways to help the planet. Here, we’ve rounded up some relatively unconventional but hugely impactful ways to make your daily routine more eco-friendly.
We know, we know: Bottled water is convenient. But it's also taking a huge toll on our environment, and it's not doing our bodies any favors, to boot. Need convincing? Check out this infographic to learn why we should all ditch the disposables for good.
It’s time to give Mother Earth a little TLC. From ditching plastic water bottles to a 6-year NASA mission to monitor climate change, check out 10 awesome campaigns putting the planet first.

For millions of people, Christmas trees are an essential part of the holiday season. But which is better for people and the planet: real or fake?

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Starting a garden can be intimidating (or downright impossible if you don't have a yard), but that doesn't mean homegrown produce is out of the question. We’ve rounded up 16 healthy (simple) plants that grow well indoors.
Get hip to the coolest form of recycling around: We’re talking about composting, and starting your own is easier than you might think — no farm required.
Ditch the toxins—and the dirt—with these DIY spring cleaning recipes for bathrooms, kitchens, laundry, and everywhere else.
Doing your freak thang never looked so green! Sex isn't always sustainable, but easy changes can have Mother Nature feeling good in no time. Read on for tips to make your sex life more eco-friendly.
it's super easy to help the planet while saving cash. Check out our huge list of ways to go green on a budget—turns out it is easy being green, after all!
A new campaign aimed at increasing recycling awareness urges viewers to turn trash into gold — or at least bikes and other cool stuff.

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