Whether you want to do right by the planet by living sustainably off-the-grid or you’re prepping for the apocalypse, you’ll probably agree that if you knew all there was to know about running a cottage and getting by in 1864 then you’d be in a pretty good place when the lights went out and your […]
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- DOWNSIZE + RIGHT SIZE
- FOOD + FARMING
- KEEP YOUR TECH ALIVE
- OFF THE GRID
- SOLAR ENERGY
- URBAN SURVIVAL
- ZOMBIES, ETC.
Americans are prepared to give up activities they love and go into credit card debt to continue driving. Why? There are plenty of better alternatives.
Insteading interviews Dr. Bruce Piasecki, author “Doing More With Less: The New Way To Wealth,” which hits shelves this month.
Potentially losing everything has brought into focus what’s really important–and according to a recent survey, it’s no longer having a massive house.
If you’re unhappy with budget cuts for schools and libraries, fire fighters and social services in your community, and think you could do a better job managing your town’s money, participatory budgeting might be the answer.
A new social network for sustainably-minded people connects schools, small businesses, and the people who want to support them.
I’ve heard dozens of people say they could do a better job than Congress at decided where to put taxpayer money. So now, it’s time to put your (fictional) money where your mouth is.
The Slow Money Alliance is an organization for those who are tired of watching banks invest millions of tax-payer dollars into companies and politicians that work for profit rather than “We the People.” Sounds familiar, right?