Green Wardrobe Tips for the Broke College Student
Updating your fall wardrobe for college can be done frugally while also using eco-friendly options.
Guest Post — Sunscreen and Cancer Protection: Is Cheapest Best?
If you go to a pharmacy and peruse through the variety of sunscreens on the shelves, you may be surprised to find that the most effective ones are often the cheapest. Specialized creams tend to cater to particular customers who are either focused on how the product smells or feels on the skin with effectiveness being a secondary concern.
Homemade Hair Conditioner
I have to admit after some of the homemade recommendations I’ve tried, I’m much more skeptical now than I was a few years ago. When Simple Mom shared how she uses baking soda instead of shampoo, I’ll admit I tried it and was not pleased at all with the results. You can imagine my surprise when the apple cider vinegar rinse recipe I found worked better than commercial hair conditioners!
Top 10 Ways to Go Green and Save Green
(This is a guest post by Lisa Shoreland of Go College.) With the year at its close, it’s a good time to review the basics of going green. For those of us living in apartments, many of the eco-home improvement articles do us little to no good (not that the landlord wouldn’t appreciate solar panels and a compost pile by the dumpster, right?), and it’s not like we can afford to buy hybrid cars anytime soon. The following ways to go green are not only easy on the planet, they’re easy on your tired-of-paying-off-debt eyes, too.