Posts tagged sustainable home
22 Zero Waste Tips for 2022

With less than two months left in 2021, I thought it would be fun to share 22 easy tips for going zero waste as we ring in the new year.

If you are looking to set some sustainability goals in 2022, keep on reading!

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How Much Would Cost to Make Our Home a Sustainable Home In PEI, Canada

In the last year, I have tried hard to find the best ways to make our split entry, detached, 1989 home more sustainable.I requested quotes from over 30 companies to get an average price for the sustainable solutions we found locally. Although I am not allowed to disclose their names and the specifics of the quotes, I can give you an estimate on how much it costs on average to get thermostats, heat pumps, solar panels, a metal roof and an electric car.

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I tried the Ruggable Rugs in my Home [Ruggable Review]

When it comes to rugs, I have tried them all. Wool rugs, Persian rugs, Turkish rugs, synthetic rugs… and unfortunately, none of them really worked for my home. We have two dogs who constantly dirtied our beautiful rugs. So this time around when I started searching for a new rugs for our living room and my office that were both beautiful, yet practical — I came across Ruggable. Today I’m sharing my experience.

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Sustainable Rebates and Programs Islanders Must Take Advantage of in Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island is a province that takes it’s sustainable future seriously. There are a multitude of established home and vehicle programs to maximize your savings while making eco-friendly purchases, upgrades, or swaps. In this post I’ve listed are all of the green rebates and incentives available for Islanders to take advantage of alphabetically.

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Eco-Friendly Home Alternatives

Do you love youtube home tours of tiny homes and eco fortresses as much as I do? If so, this post is for you! It’s also for all the eco warriors out there who are looking to take their sustainable journey one step further in choosing to transform the way they live and challenge societal norms in order to benefit the future of our planet.

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