Olive Complexion: Go Green

Your grandma probably washed her face with soap, slathered on some Pond’s cold cream and called it a day. Facial beauty routines have since become considerably more complex – and involve considerably more cash outlay and plastic packaging. We often fall for clever copywriting and pretty boxes, the results of which come flying out every […]

Homeless Photos: Recycle This

Let’s see a show of hands for everyone who has individual photos floating around the abode, looking for a resting place. That’s what we thought – all of you. Face facts, you’re not going to create a new look book any time soon. No. You’re not. And you don’t want to leave all your cute […]

All Sewn Up: Go Green

Did you hear? Sewing isn’t just for 4-Hers anymore. This back to the roots activity is taking hold in the biggest and smallest cities around the U.S. of A. Even if you’re not a reality show contender, you too can turn a bolt of material (purchased, or found on your mom’s dining room table) into […]

20 Really Great Green Blogs

There are so many great green blogs out there today, but really we don’t have time to read them all (though we wish we did!!). Here’s our list of our favorites we make a point of perusing several times a week. Without further adieu, The Budget Ecoist’s top twenty favorite green blogs, in alphabetical order: […]

News Alert: More Designers on Target’s All-Star Roster

What: —Richard Chai is the 12th designer to create the next collection for Target’s GO International Program. His contemporary dresses, skirts, blouses and more will be available to Target customers (which, by now, should be all of us) starting August 3 and it will be around for most of August. Prices range from $12.99 to […]