Yesterday The Story of Electronics was released by The Story of Stuff Project. I hastily posted it to my blog and proceeded to spam Facebook and Twitter with links to it, because it’s something I think everyone should see. What? You haven’t seen it yet? Go HERE, watch it, then come back and continue reading. ... Read more
JUST RELEASED!!! Another must see from The Story of Stuff Project, Annie Leonard and the folks at Free Range Studios. SHARE, SHARE, SHARE —————–>
This Monday at The Green Phone Booth I discuss the purgatory of PH (Printing Hell) and a few surprises from HP (Hewlett-Packard). Did you know printers now come with instructions on how to be green? Now if they only told us how to make the damn thing work.
Degrees. It is December, in Wisconsin, there is snow on the ground, and it is 55 degrees in my house; all day, all night. This is something I thought we could never accomplish endure. It has not been and is not always easy. There are days when I would love to crank that dial ten ... Read more
The air inside your home may be up to 10 times polluted as the air outside. Considering we spend 65% of our time in our homes and up to 90% of time indoors all together, the quality of air we breathe is something to think about. Pollutants enter our homes in a variety of ways. ... Read more
In Friday’s post, Down to my skivvies, I eluded to stripping in regards to my recent shedding of clothing. Today I would like to talk more seriously about stripping. From what I hear it is a good way to make money. Particularly lucrative is the power strip. What did you think I meant? Pervert. We ... Read more
Earlier this week, in my Back to Eww! School post, I ranted about the mindset people have that causes them to needlessly spend money on items they already own; resulting in an abundance of leftover school supplies from previous years. I am totally a type A person who likes everything neat and tidy and in ... Read more
My printer is full of FREE paper. Yours can be, too. In an effort to reduce my paper consumption I started printing on both sides of the sheet. It wasn’t enough. Then I started keeping digital logs of client’s emails rather than printing all of them. It still wasn’t enough. Switching to recycled paper made ... Read more