You’re a treehugger. In your daily life, you avoid plastic packaging, wear thrifted threads and support eco-conscious businesses whenever you can. Yet every year as the holiday season approaches, you fill with low-level dread. It’s time to buy your friends
If you want to help create a more sustainable future, consider green bonds – one of the lowest risk forms of green investment. What is green investing? How do I get started with green investing? Why are green investments something
Are you as passionate about helping the environment as I am? I sure hope so! Or maybe you’re just starting out on your journey to full-fledged treehugger. Welcome! I hope I can help. I’ve gathered up ten Of Houses and
You’d think after eight years of planning, five months of building, one month of moving and another month of pinching ourselves in disbelief, I’d be sick of talking about Our House in Trees. I mean, you could think that. But
We’ve moved into our eco-friendly home! Just had to get that out there. I’m a little behind in posting about the process, but I’ve decided that’s okay. Life is already busy when you’re not building a house. You add that
Wanna learn all about LED lightbulbs? No?! Okay, how about secondhand light fixtures? Maybe…? Okay, do you want a see our STUNNING cork-backed laminate floors? Now that’s more like it! It’s time for episode five of Our House in Trees.
As much fun as the foundation and framing stages are (for me at least), the REAL fun begins with the interior finishes. This is also the area where I feel – if I may toot my own horn – that
The build of our sustainable home forges onward! In fact, so much happened in month three that I had to split it into two. Episode three covers the last half of August and includes me fawning over sustainable building materials
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again and again – being green isn’t about being perfect. It’s about trying your best to be a little more earth conscious every single day. Some days you’ll do a great job.
While the second month of our sustainable home build still went relatively smooth, there were definitely some moments of high stress. The continuing uncooperative weather coupled with Devin spending nearly two weeks digging in services – from sunup to sundown