Woodworking Projects for Kids: Free Online Resources

Woodworking Projects for Kids: Free Online Resources

Woodworking projects for kids: woodworking with your children teaches basic skills for planning, measuring, and the use of basic carpentry tools. Kids love to make things. My daughter is always asking me “Papa, what can we make? Let’s do a project together.” And woodworking is our usual mode for making things. Messing about with wood… Read more

How to Get Clean Energy at Home For Free

How to Get Clean Energy at Home For Free

The electricity bills we pay each month primarily go towards supporting America’s many dirty, smelly fossil fuels. Renewable alternatives are few and far between among these utilities, and when they do exist, they’re far from affordable. The good news is that B Corporations like Arcadia Power are now giving us the choice to support cleaner,… Read more

Energy efficient appliances vs traditional ones: What’s the difference?

Energy efficient appliances vs traditional ones: What’s the difference?

When it comes to energy efficient appliances versus traditional appliances, here are a few things to consider. Look at the appliances being used in your home on a regular basis. Are any of these appliances 10, 15, or even 20 years old? If so, you can bet you’re spending more on monthly utility costs than you have to. Remember being environmentally conscientious not only helps preserve the earth, but can also save you money! Read more

Natural Foods for Less: Bulk Up at a Co-op

Natural Foods for Less: Bulk Up at a Co-op

Join a Co-op and Bulk Up for Cheap! Grocery prices got you down? Organic foods seem out of your budget? Join a co-op and buy your natural foods in bulk. Order ahead and get what you’d need for a month. You’ll always have the staples at hand, and you’ll save some cash at the same… Read more

Move More: How to Get Your Kids Off Their Devices & Outdoors

Move More: How to Get Your Kids Off Their Devices & Outdoors

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recently changed its recommendation of no more than two hours of screen time per day for kids ages 2 years to 5 years old. They now recommend just one hour a day. However, the AAP identifies screen time as digital entertainment, which does not include online homework and learning-related… Read more

5 Things You Need To Get Into Fishing This Spring

5 Things You Need To Get Into Fishing This Spring

If you love outdoors, you feel inspired with every step you take on outside, whether it is a mountain, the seaside, or a local park, you surely want to share your passion and that way become a part of something big. Fishing is an amazing way for you to feel better, involve into interesting things, and be a witness of beautiful sights and adventures. Read more

Have You Considered Gas?

Have You Considered Gas?

If your home heating and air system, water heater, or range need to be replaced you have an excellent opportunity to inquire about making changes to natural gas. Read more

10 Ways to protect your family, from insurance policies to bugout bags

10 Ways to protect your family, from insurance policies to bugout bags

None of us ever expects tragedy to strike our family or home, and yet the unexpected happens every day across the country, so it’s important to have a plan in place to protect our family and our stuff. While it’s virtually impossible to ensure that no harm ever comes to our family members, our house, or our car, it’s still a good idea to be proactive about our family’s safety. Read more

Tool Hacks to Help DIY Projects

Tool Hacks to Help DIY Projects

Many home DIYers have both the tools and the know-how to get started on their DIY projects but lack the insider tips and tricks to speed up their progress and get a professional looking finish on their work. Cut down your work time and make your life easier by using these tool hacks to help you complete any DIY project. Read more