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  • Go Green on a Budget Guide

    Community Supported Agriculture: Organic Food

    As more and more people turn to organic food, it’s important to take a step back and ask where your food comes from and how it’s obtained. Let’s start with produce, shall we? Large grocery stores are beginning to sell more organic produce; natural and organic high-end markets such as Whole Foods Market offer a [...] Read More

    January 9, 2008 by TBF

  • Fashion + Style

    The Look for Less: Organic bath towels under $16

    It’s nice to see that everyone is getting on the organic bandwagon. This is one trend that doesn’t get gauche the more widespread it gets.  Here are some great finds for under $16.  Remember to cut up the old towels to make rags. From the top down: Dillard’s organic towels starting at $15; LNT organic [...] Read More

    January 9, 2008 by LyzL

  • Fashion + Style

    The Look for Less: Benches Under $100

    Benches are the perfect piece of furniture. They help you solve storage and organizational problems and they’re cute. If they gave back rubs, we’d marry ‘em. Benches don’t have to bust your budget either. Check out these lovely benches all for under $100. From the top down: Target’s hall bench in natural is $79.99; JCPenny [...] Read More

    January 9, 2008 by LyzL

  • High vs. Low: The Track Jacket

    Velour track jackets have become a wardrobe staple of sorts—at least we see them everywhere, whether we actually wear them or not. It’s such a simple and casual item that it’s hard to believe that any of them come with a high-end price-tag, but, of course, they do. Here, well—you know the drill. One is [...] Read More

    January 9, 2008 by Angela

  • Go Green on a Budget Guide

    Remodeling Uses for Old Newspaper: Green Tip

    Starting another remodeling project? Then you’ve got a great opportunity to reuse your old newspapers. Rather than just throwing them away, use your old newspapers to cover your windows before painting to make sure that you don’t get any paint in any unwanted areas. Also, use the newspaper to cover floors, carpet, and even electrical [...] Read More

    January 9, 2008 by TBF