Our homes are filled with products, items, gadgets and gizmos. However, some products might not necessarily be kind to the environment. Green products are defined as products that don’t harm the environment during their production, use or disposal. To help keep our environment safe, friendly and green, here are a few green products you can use around your home and in your daily life.
Like many in America, your water and energy bills probably rise dramatically during the warmer summer months. Keeping your garden in tip-top shape comes at a cost – to your wallet and the environment. Adjusting some of your habits can help save water and energy, while keeping some green in your pocket.
Summertime seems to be the most popular season to spend quality outdoor time with pets. However, just like humans, animals can get overheated and it’s important to stay proactive to prevent a health crisis in the summer heat. Here’s how to help protect your furry friends in the summertime.
The cost effectiveness of turning off lights depends on the type and cost of bulb, as well as the cost of electricity in your area. The type of lightbulb you use is important; for most types, the more often they are switched on and off, the shorter their operating life.
Looking to keep your kids busy this summer? Look no further! These easy, at home science experiments are a sure way to keep them occupied, both physically and mentally.