Keepin’ It Green: The Week in DIY: New Uses for Old Albums, Save Money in the Kitchen, and More
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|The Week in DIY: New Uses for Old Albums, Save Money in the Kitchen, and More
Each week, we highlight some of our favorite craft projects from our friends at Treehugger and Planet Green to help inspire your inner DIYer.
How to Avoid Secret Toxins in Your Perfume
Most of the secret ingredients that gave your favorite spritz its one-of-a-kind scent aren’t tested for safety–here’s how you can make sure you’re staying healthy.
Spring Cleanse Your Liver: 6 Foods, Nutrients, and Herbs
While you’re giving your home and office a seasonal scrub down, give your liver a boost of clean with these six key tools.
One Foolproof Way to Never Buy Dried Herbs Again
Keep your recipes perfectly seasoned–without spending a fortune on dried herbs–using this foolproof technique.
Never Own Anything Again, Thanks to Thingloop
Save money and resources–while lowering your stress level–by lending and borrowing on Thingloop instead of always buying new.
From Dispersants to Mushrooms and Hair: How to Clean Up an Oil Spill
Wondering how teams plan to clean up the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico? You may be surprised by the answers.
Coworking: Working Solo, But Not Alone
Get all the benefits of an office job–from watercooler talk to after-work drinks–while setting your own hours with coworking.
Weekday Vegetarian: 5 Vegetarian Dishes and a Spring Vegetable Paella
If coming up with recipes is what’s stopping you from taking steps toward an all-veggie diet, try a week’s worth of vegetarian menus.
Ten Surprising Ways to Reuse Wine Bottles in Your Garden
Before you head straight to the recycling bin, see how to put empty wine bottles to good use in your landscape design.
For the Record: 5 Great Crafts from Old 33s
Those scratched up albums might not work on your record player anymore, but that doesn’t mean you can’t give them a new life with these upcycling projects.