Mr. Man and I attempted a zero-waste cabin getaway in the Ouachita National Park. The cabin was solar powered, on a septic system, and run by generators when necessary. Our goal was to incorporate our home lifestyle of no paper products, very little trash, and no wasted food while we enjoyed the beautiful scenery. Here […]
Crayons were probably your very first art supply. The box of brand new colours represented imaginitive dreams and artistic lines at every age. The new adult colouring pages trend have even brought adults back into the crayon fold. But crayons are an enigma. According to the Crayon Initiative, there are 60 tons of paraffin wax […]
I love pallets! They are free and very versatile. They can be repurposed to build anything you want. With pallets, you can create home furniture for practically free. There’s just one problem: It’s hard to find good guides, tutorials, plans, or instructions on how to build something with pallets. There’s absolutely nothing in books or […]
Creating a Grey Water System is an excellent way to reduce your household water consumption and lower your impact on the environment. And, it can be very simple to set up in your home!
A step-by-step guide to making your own fire starters with old cardboard egg cartons, candle stubs, sawdust, and dryer lint. Frugal, easy, and fun!
With a little creativity and some grunt work, beautiful paths, patios and other projects can be made by recycling unwanted concrete into a urbanite, a useful building tool. Urbanite is a method of recycling concrete rubble into a myriad of uses, including flowerbeds, walkways, and patios.