Keepin’ It Green: The Week in DIY: Eat Organic (and Spend Less), Start Next Year’s Garden Now, and More

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The Week in DIY: Eat Organic (and Spend Less), Start Next Year’s Garden Now, and More

Each week, we highlight some of our favorite projects from our friends at Treehugger and Planet Green to help inspire your inner DIYer.

10 Things to Do Now for a Better Garden Next Spring
Follow these tips to prepare your garden beds for spring planting — and see how putting in a little time now can improve your next growing season.

Could Community-Owned Banks Stop Future Financial Meltdowns?
Locally-owned banks and currencies that make banking a “public utility” can benefit communities in ways bigger financial groups can’t.

In This Season of Overindulgence, Get Your Digestion Running Smoothly with Yoga
From Halloween candy to holiday parties, the end of the year is full of obstacles to healthy eating — but yoga can improve digestion (and overall health).

16 Cheap, Healthy, Organic Foods
Pesticide-free food doesn’t have to cost more: Stick to your grocery budget with these ideas for buying nutritious (and organic) produce, meat, and staples.

Dried Versus Canned Beans: Is It Worth the Extra Effort?
Adding beans to your diet to replace meat helps you trim your environmental impact, but are you getting the nutrients you need from convenient canned versions?

Homemade Avocado Foot Scrub for Soft, Vibrant Winter Feet
Sandal season may be over, but pamper your feet after a long day in your favorite stacked-heel boots with this simple DIY scrub.

Durable, Waterproof, and Warm: Felted Wool Mittens from Old Sweaters
It’s time to update your winter gear: Try making new mittens from an old sweater with this easy tutorial.

11 Great Day Trips that Begin at Grand Central Station
Discover the convenience of a stress-free staycation with these New York-area trips, all easily accessible by train from Manhattan.

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