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  • Go Green on a Budget Guide

    Farmers’ Markets: Organic Food

    Several days ago The Budget Ecoist posted the first of a two-part series on organic food concerning CSAs and Farmers’ Markets. The first post described CSAs.  For today’s post we’ll be focusing on Farmers’ Markets. As mentioned previously, Farmers’ Markets and CSAs are a great alternative to acquiring your organic produce (and protein, and honey, [...] Read More

    January 11, 2008 by Catherine

  • Guide to Decorating Your Home on a Budget

    Entertaining on a Budget: Cocktail umbrellas

    Now that the cold weather is getting a little old, it’s time to warm things up. Nothing warms your house up like a party, complete with these cunning little cocktail umbrellas. These are simple and easy to make. 1. Cut circles three inches in diameter out of your favorite pieces of scrap paper. 2. Cut [...] Read More

    January 11, 2008 by LyzL

  • High Vs. Low: The White Eyelet Dress

    “THIS PRODUCT IS NO LONGER BEING SOLD” White dresses are popping up all over, and eyelet seems to be a favorite way to add a little texture to the snowy hue as we look ahead to spring. Can you get the look for less? Of course. Here, we’ve picked a high-end designer frock that’s priced [...] Read More

    January 11, 2008 by Angela

  • Go Green on a Budget Guide

    Everyone Loves a Bootcut Pant: Organic Fashion

    Boot cut pants are great this time of year  what with all the boots and all . . . This pair from Gaiam is made from 86% organic cotton and 14% spandex. This flattering pant gives good tummy and backside support. Yeah!  This particular pant comes in sizes small, medium, large and extra large, and [...] Read More

    January 11, 2008 by Catherine

  • Fashion + Style

    DIY: Eco-friendly toilet cleaner

    Sometimes eco-friendly cleaning products aren’t always easy on your budget. So here is an at-home solution to clean your house and save you some moolah. Deodorize and disinfect your toilet with a DIY home cleaner that is both eco and budget friendly.  Here is what you need: 1. Baking soda 2. White vinegar 3. Toilet [...] Read More

    January 11, 2008 by LyzL