Archive for June, 2010

Living Small

Saturday, June 19th, 2010


For many homeowners, ample square footage is a high priority. Jay Shafer of the Tumbleweed Tiny House Company is trying something different – he lives in a 95 square foot house in Sepastopol, California. Shafer grew up in a 4000 square foot home but decided that his simple lifestyle requires something much smaller. His tiny wooden house features beautiful craftsmanship throughout. Check it out in this YouTube video and find out more at the Tumbleweed Tiny House website…

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Green Apartment Living

Friday, June 04th, 2010


Apartment dwellers may think that adopting green living habits won’t make a difference, but they are wrong.  Every effort in the area of recycling has an impact on overall energy consumption.  Here are some tips for recycling in an apartment complex:

  • In your apartment, separate recyclables such as glass bottles, aluminum cans and paper from other trash (check containers for recycling symbols if you’re not sure).
  • Locate the recycling station in your complex and drop off your recyclables.
  • If your complex doesn’t have a recycling program, work with neighbors to get one stared or drop your recyclables off at a community recycling station.
  • Donate unwanted household items to charities that support resale.

  •  For more information, see the Green Living Guide.

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