You've become a dedicated commuter bicycle rider -- and it seems like people hate you! Perhaps you're suffering from Insufferable Cyclist Syndrome.
So you've been reading about Bike to Work Week, and have decided to take the plunge. What now? Here are five things to consider before hitting the road.
One of the most common concerns voiced by would-be bicycle commuters is whether they'll be smelly at work. Here's how to ride without raising a stink.
Riding your bicycle to work isn't just good for the environment -- it's good for you, too. Here's how cycling may literally make you smarter.
Laundry is responsible for a lot of your energy use -- and chemical exposure, too. Here are three natural alternatives to commercial products.
Friday is Arbor Day. While not everyone has time to drop a workday schedule, this weekend would be a great time to put down a few trees. Your county extension office, local lawn and garden centers, and professional landscapers will...
It's storm season. This year, replace your traditional flashlight with a power-sipping, long-lasting LED model.
Figuring out why a pet is marking indoors can be a frustrating experience. But it could be something as simple as the smell of household cleaners.
May is Bike to Work Month. With warmer weather here, it's a great time to give bicycle commuting a shot. Here are some tips to get you rolling.
Reusing something that would otherwise go in the garbage is fun and saves both money and resources. Here's an easy one: turn old milk jugs into durable scoops!
That “switched off” TV or DVD player may actually be costing you money. Home electronics in standby mode can consume up to two- thirds of their normal operating power. In fact, anything with a transformer can...
Not only is it fast, but your microwave is the kitchen’s undisputed efficiency champ. Save money and keep your kitchen cooler through the warm weather months!
For years, doctors suggested flushing expired or unused prescription drugs. But it turns out this might be the worst possible way to get rid of them.
Warmer weather puts more stress on your refrigerator. Want to keep a lid on your power bill this summer? Spend an hour tuning up your fridge.
This Earth Day, let's spend a little quality time with Mother Nature. Really: It's painless.
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