Low Impact Living

Life On A Farm Is Simple, But Tough

If you want to know the difference between living in town or on a farm, then it helps to read E.B. White, the gentleman farmer and essayist known for his children’s books and his work with The New Yorker magazine. E.B. White worked in

Hire a Contractor or Attempt DIY?

Summer is in full swing, and everyone is staying busy. The kids are participating in camps, families are taking vacations to the beach and outdoor festivals can be found almost every weekend. Summertime also means that you are probably having people over and entertaining

Less is More: Sustainable Living

I recently returned from a trip in Europe after moving out of my graduate school apartment. Who would have thought how much I’d accumulate as an art student in two years of being in one place? It’s truly incredible what finds it’s way into

Reduce Your Carbon Footprint: Go Solar

One of the biggest pushbacks that many people have against switching to solar energy is the upfront cost. However, what most people don’t know is that the cost of solar energy has fallen significantly. There are now many ways that people of all income levels