Weatherizing your home saves you money. Just a few simple changes can greatly reduce the amount of energy your home requires to stay comfortable. Natural Home magazine editor-in-chief Robyn Griggs Lawrence fills you in on how to weatherize your home and collect stimulus money.
Natural Home editor-in-chief Robyn Griggs Lawrence looks forward to good, green building news for 2009.
A kitchen garden offers many benefits beyond saving money.
Herbs might not be the first thing that come to mind when you start considering ways to save money, but they actually can be a great help in cutting costs while boosting health, flavor and the general deliciousness of life.
Homeowners and renters who made five or more energy-efficient improvements found satisfying savings, a new study finds.
Matt ponders when the line of respect is crossed when critiquing friends' non-green habits.
MyEmissionsExchange.com stimulates the economy and combats global warming by paying registered users for reducing their energy use.
Making your own natural cleaners is a smart option for savvy-savers.
As grocery prices rise, now more than ever we need tools to save money. These websites help you get organized and give you the tools you need to buy the best—for less.
Staycations, a vacation taken at home or in-town, are a smart way to save money, reduce travel emissions and support your local economy. Follow these tips for a great staycation!
Put your money where your principals are—supporting eco-conscious living projects. Invest in green companies to make a greater impact on our environment.
The new Microsoft Hohm application makes it easy to track your energy use and provides simple recommendations to save energy and money.
Summer marks the start of buzzing AC units, but this doesn’t have to waste energy or drain your wallet. By accessing the energy leaks in your home with a simple energy audit, you’ll save money on utility bills. Natural Home editor-in-chief Robyn Griggs Lawrence explains how to perform a home energy audit.
Get your friends together for a good time for little to no cost with these four swap party ideas.
Do you eat like you spend? Similarities may exist between your relationship to food and your relationship to money. Learn to identify your patterns so you can heal them.
Natural Home assistant editor Kim Wallace perfects the art of the 5-minute shower.
That sage (ahem!) advice is from the Wall Street Journal Online, in an article about how small investments in buying seeds can reap large returns in the coming year.
Editor in Chief K.C. Compton interviews some experts who are spreading the word on herbs.
Save money and energy by ditching the dryer and air drying your clothes instead.
Guest blogger KyLynn Hull shares money-saving secrets learned from years of shopping secondhand.
An easy description of making your own baby food from scratch. Create nutritional options for your baby and safe money!