Alternative to TP for your Tushy

By now, I hope that most stores have restocked their toilet paper and you have been able to purchase a reasonable amount of TP. You’ve probably also seen a number of funny meme with TP alternatives like leaves or 3 sea shells (share your favorite TP memes in the comments below). Before you stockpile a […]

The Impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on Green Living

As most people in the world, I am carefully following the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic and have made a number of changes to my daily life to help slow the spread.  I am an engineer, not a health care professional, so am interested in the system effects and exploring impact on green lifestyles. I’ve looked at […]

The green household products we use in our home

Find out the green household products we use in our home.

Repair – the 4th R after Reduce, Reuse & Recycle

Apple Watch disassembled for replacing the screen

Greening my music – it’s about time!

Find out how you can help save the planet by buying MP3s instead of CDs.

How bad is cooking with gas for your family?

Gas is great to cook with, but can generate unhealthy air quality conditions for you and your family.

Cooking with Gas vs. Pressure – which uses more energy?

How much energy does it take to cook 1 cup of white rice with an Instant Pot multi-cooker vs gas cooktop?

How efficient is your cooking?

Find out why an electric multi-cooker/instant pot is the most efficient method of cooking.

Listening to Vernal Pools

Can you identify the sounds around this vernal pool?

Neil deGrasse Tyson came to Medford and it was Awesome!

Last week I took my teenagers to an amazing talk by Neil deGrasse Tyson, famed astrophysicist and climate science (and all science) proponent.  We didn’t actually know the topic for the talk, but when someone like him comes to your home town theater and you can get tickets, you just go. He was engaging from […]