Home » Tag Archives: Eco-friendly Home

Tag Archives: Eco-friendly Home

How to Become a Minimalist

By Larraine Roulston: Environmental awareness has made the expression “Shop ’til You Drop” lose its appeal. Deep down, we all know there is joy in seeing uncluttered spaces and that happiness does not come wrapped in cellophane. Not purchasing the latest fashion or piece of technology will result in less …

Read More »

Why It’s Good to Remove Your Shoes Indoors

By Kim Robson: We’re big fans of going barefoot here at Green Mom, with articles about the benefits of going barefoot, or at least wearing minimalist shoeswhen shoes are necessary. Let’s also discuss the benefits of removing your shoes while indoors. Many cultures do this as a matter of course, …

Read More »

Going Green: What Does It Mean…for Us?

By Fredrica Syren: My family and I have been on a green journey since 2006. I think most people assume I was “born green.” The truth is that, before 2006, I did favor organic food and I did recycle … and I think that was about it. Once we made …

Read More »

10 Easy Ways to Make Your Home Play Nice with the Earth

By Kacey Bradley:  It seems as if all anyone can talk about anymore is how to go green. People are becoming more aware of how their daily routine impacts the earth in a negative way, and a lot of that is thanks to technology. Now, if people are curious, they …

Read More »

Saving Money with Eco-Friendly LEDs

By Jackie Edwards: Did you know that an LED light bulb can provide you with light for almost 22 years or 25,000 hours? As green moms, we’re all striving to lead more environmentally friendly lives. We want to make responsible decisions to protect our environment and sustain Mother Earth’s natural resources. LED …

Read More »

Let’s Talk Toilet Paper–Eco-Friendly Toilet Paper

By Fredrica Syren:  Whenever you jump on the zero-waste train, you will eventually be faced with the question about toilet paper. In 2006 when Colin Beaver, also known as No Impact Man, and his family embarked on a project of one year with no impact, he decided to stop using …

Read More »

Tips How to Use Less Energy in the Kitchen

By Larraine Roulston: Without a doubt, climate change is real and we must adapt. Not only do our collective governments need to make policies to protect their resources, but also all homemakers, chefs and short order cooks need to minimize stress on our planet by reducing their carbon emission. There are many small …

Read More »

7 Green Home Cleaning Hacks for a Smart Housewife

By Julia Martin: Cleaning is a routine activity for any housewife. If you are a smart housewife, you will always want to do it in quickest possible time with great efficiency. But we often become too dependent on chemical cleaning products to have efficiency. These chemical cleaning products can have …

Read More »

Staying Cool Without Air Conditioning

By Kim Robson: I live in an off-grid community and rely wholly on solar power for my home, which means no air-conditioning. During the dog days of summer, it takes some creative solutions to beat the heat. We’ve already covered this topic before, here and here, but this time we’re …

Read More »

Become a Green-Mom.com member for FREE.

We’ll keep you updated each week on what’s new.

Sign up to receive our short video series and let Green-Mom share her top tips to going green.