Going green can be intimidating. Composting, biking to work, and installing gray water systems are all great ways to reduce your carbon footprint, but they also require an investment of time or money upfront. Here are a few cheap and easy ways to go green. You’ve got to start somewhere!
Secondhand shopping gets a bad rap. It conjures of images of disorganized racks of tacky clothing and overflowing bins of discarded goods.
Well it doesn’t have to be that way. Don’t get me wrong, I love a thrift shop treasure hunt every now and then, but sometimes I want to get my secondhand shop on without the smell of grandma’s musty sweaters. Many local thrift shops have upped the ante lately, offering carefully curated selections of pre-worn clothing. Do a quick search for thrift stores in your area. Check the reviews. You might be pleasantly surprised.