RSS

Keyword: Travel and Holidays

Filter:
  • Go Green this Halloween with DIY Costumes

    Go Green this Halloween with DIY Costumes

    All Hallows' Eve is quickly approaching, and as we get closer to the spookiest night of the year, talk about Halloween costumes is everywhere. Store-bought costumes may seem like an easy solution if you don't have a lot of extra time on your...

    By: Cara Smusiak
    Posted: October 22, 2013
    (0) Comments

  • 5 Ways To Update A Christmas Wreath

    Everyone enjoys getting something new, and it seems each year holiday décor gets prettier. But what do you do with the decorations you’ve been collecting over the years? Rather than adding to the over-burdened landfills, find new uses for...

    By: Lisa Tsakos
    Posted: December 02, 2012
    (0) Comments

  • Reduce Unnecessary Waste This Holiday Season

    Reduce Unnecessary Waste This Holiday Season

    The holidays are a time of joy and sharing, a time spent with friends and family. Of course, they're also a time of excess and waste. According to the City of Chicago, household waste jumps 25 percent during the period between Thanksgiving and New...

    By: Cara Smusiak
    Posted: December 17, 2010
    (0) Comments

  • Gift Giving Made Healthy

    Gift Giving Made Healthy

    Finding the perfect gift is a challenge, especially when your wish is to promote a healthy and environmentally-conscious lifestyle. This year, give the gift of health with these great ideas:       Gift Baskets  Large or small, DIY...

    By: none
    Posted: December 04, 2010
    (0) Comments

  • 10 Reuses for Paper Gift Bags

    10 Reuses for Paper Gift Bags

    We all have some: Gift bags that have been reused, but have a tear or are generally looking too rough around the edges for another use. It may seem like time to toss them in the recycling bin, but many single-use gift bags is they have a plastic...

    By: Cara Smusiak
    Posted: December 03, 2010
    (0) Comments

  • Green Living On A Boat

    Green Living On A Boat

      “This is horrible!” I exclaimed to my partner Jörn as we rode the dinghy back to our sailboat and home, the Ritmo Di Vita. Following a mild squall lasting fifteen minutes with heavy downpour and increased winds, we were overwhelmed by a staggering...

    By: Kat Robertson
    Posted: October 27, 2010
    (0) Comments

  • Green Camping : Put Nature First

    Green Camping : Put Nature First

    Green camping may seem redundant—what's more green that spending a weekend or a week or two in the wilderness? But many campgrounds cater to our comforts rather than nature, and a lot of campers are anything but green. The good news is,...

    By: Cara Smusiak
    Posted: August 04, 2010
    (0) Comments

  • Pioneer-Inspired Green Living

    Pioneer-Inspired Green Living

    There are lots of ways to be inspired to live a greener life. You might take notes from the Ed Begley Juniors of the world, or you might learn something from an ad in a magazine. Teens might be swayed by the latest Hollywood heartthrob, and parents may...

    By: none
    Posted: July 24, 2010
    (0) Comments

  • Toyota’s Green Building Initiatives

    Toyota’s Green Building Initiatives

    When we hear the word “cars,” green and eco-friendly aren't the first words that come to mind.  But Toyota has taken many proactive green approaches to change such conception by taking energy-efficient and green building...

    By: none
    Posted: July 16, 2010
    (0) Comments

  • Clunker Buses Become Hip B&B in Israel

    We may send old clunkers to the junk yard here in North America, but one family in Israel recycles old busses into bed-and-breakfast digs. The Zimmerbus Bed & Breakfast, located in the tiny village of Ezuz, in the foothills of Mount Negev, sits...

    By: none
    Posted: May 08, 2010
    (0) Comments

FacebookTwitterGplusPinterestYoutubeRss





Copyright © Agility Inc. 2014