A lot of people think knitting and crocheting are for older housewives, but it’s time to drop that stigma.
A New Dreamer’s toughest challenge might be navigating the stuff-obsessed holidays. Here are some tips.
For AJ Crocker, a month-long attempt to "buy nothing new" became an unexpected exploration into her deepest motivations and values.
Looking for ways to incorporate volunteering into your holiday season? It might just be your family’s favorite memory this year.
What started as a celebration of prosperity has become something akin to a national addiction. Are we choosing stuff over joy?
Living simply shouldn't remain class-based or countercultural; it should be downright American.
As Hollywood spoofs become Black Friday realities, we need to fundamentally question what this says about our consumer-driven society.
New Dream suggests that people take time to think about what they want for themselves and their families at the holidays -- like spending time with the kids, building a deeper spiritual connection or even getting some sleep -- and planning the season around them.
Sharing doesn’t have to mean just cars and apartments. There are lots of small ways you can bring the ideas behind the sharing economy into your life, and a new guidebook shows you how.
By doing the math for you, "How Bad Are Bananas?" can help you be more realistic—and efficient—in your eco-conscious decision making.