Constantly buying pads and tampons can add up to a very large bill, inevitably costing women a lot of money. Cut down on expenses and save money by switching to reusable menstrual products.
Natural Home editorial intern Kirsten Hudson discusses Starbucks’ progress in making its coffee cups recyclable.
Green your oral hygiene routine with toothbrushes made from recycled yogurt containers by Preserve. Each toothbrush’s package doubles as a return envelope, so when you’re finished with the brush, mail it back to keep up the recycling process.
Repurpose Compostables announces the release of their plant-based, compostable clear cups for cold beverages and heat-resistant cutlery.
Natural Home assistant editor Kim Wallace confesses her eco-sins.
An unpublished British study says that plastic bags are a greener option than paper or cloth--but only if you don't make the most of your reusable bags.
Matt gets a reality check on his reusable bag habit and what needs to be done to really help the environment.
Kim takes on a new eco-challenge at her apartment: Is it possible to keep naturally beautiful and clean without paper towels?
Jessica explains how she achieved an entirely biodegradable wedding reception with bamboo disposable plates, biodegradable plastic cups and soy candles.
Jessica provides resources for biodegradable cups and sustainable bamboo plates for her green outdoor wedding.
Natural Home intern Dani Hurst explores practical plastic bag alternatives as well as ways to reuse the ones she already has.
One blogger revels in the many ways that reusable cloth pads have changed her life.
Be inspired by these eco-friendly Christmas gift wrapping ideas that are fun, easy, and decorative ways to wrap your holiday gifts this season.
Give your hangers a little pizzazz-and protect your clothing-with this simple project that makes use of worn-out shirts.
Assistant editor Kim Wallace offers simple tips for greening your Black Friday.
Cleaning your reusable shopping bag regularly will help protect your family against illness.
From a little-known sugar substitute to a conversation-starting book, this list of items for the green kitchen contains a few surprises.
For a zero-waste kitchen, learn how to reduce food waste with these tips from guest blogger Letitia Star.
If you’re looking for that perfect reusable bottle, check out ALEX. Not only is this water bottle BPA-free and made from premium grade 304 stainless steel, but it also twists apart in the middle, making clean-up a cinch.