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By Jamie Martin
A home project offers a reminder that small changes, even seemingly insignificant ones, have big potential.
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By Jessie Sholl
Learn how to minimize waste while reaping more satisfaction from life.
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By Claire Díaz-Ortiz
If your wardrobe has white space in it, your life just might too.
Stack sweaters
By Jessie Sholl
The ‘‘slow fashion’’ movement teaches consumers how to build a healthy wardrobe, while also protecting the planet.
Unexpected-Smog-Problem
By Michael Dregni
Everyday household products, including cleaners and personal-care items, contribute almost half the pollutants in the atmosphere.
Live With Less Plastic
By Michael Dregni
Ditching plastic is good for the planet — and your health. Here are some tips to help reduce your plastic consumption.
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By Pilar Gerasimo and Dallas Hartwig
Feeling oppressed by your possessions? Learn how to lighten your load — and harvest some important insights in the process.
Kallie Thomson
By Casie Leigh Lukes
How your stuff is made matters, says founder of 31 Bits.
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By Kaelyn Riley
These simple, low-cost recipes are all you need to refresh your home.
Calendar Cleanup
By Karen Olson
If your busy schedule is making you crazy, it may be time to reevaluate your priorities.
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By Terena Bell
Here are some decorating tips that might make ADHD easier to manage.
Reed Diffuser
By Kaelyn Riley
A simple, DIY method to fill your home with healthier fragrances this holiday season.
Courtney Carver
By Casie Leigh Lukes
Creator of Project 333, and author of Simple Ways to Be More With Less shares what she’s learned through simplifying her life — and a few tips to help you get started.
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By Michael Dregni
In milestone move, the state lists the world’s most applied herbicide as a human carcinogen.
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By Elizabeth Millard
How consuming less can help you enjoy life more.
going-green-at-gym
By Michael Dregni
From eco-conscious lighting to thermal energy, Life Time is redesigning its gyms with the planet in mind.
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By Jessie Sholl
Clean your home safely — and cheaply — with the following recipes.
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By Courtney Lewis Opdahl
In whittling down the wardrobe, what’s the sweet spot for what goes and what stays?
essentialism
By Casie Leigh Lukes
Sure, you can declutter to have less — but what do you truly need? How essentialism is helping one woman pare down to the good stuff.
linen-closet-towels-clutter-organizing
By Courtney Lewis Opdahl
Our managing editor looks to clear out the clutter and start the year fresh with a renewed perspective on the stuff she keeps — starting with the linen closet.
indoor-health-environment
By Mo Perry
The Mayo Clinic and a New York design firm are collaborating to explore the relationship between built environments and our health.
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