Today’s Solutions: June 12, 2024

Elderly woman farmer collects a harvest of ripe organic red strawberries.

Organic food can be expensive, here are the foods you should prioritize

With the knowledge that organic foods are typically grown using fewer chemicals, why do grocery shoppers still buy inorganic foods? The answer is simple: organic foods cost a whole lot more. Still, when it comes to buying produce, there are foods that you should consider buying organically and Read More...

Family asian father and kid little boy son having fun doing household chores doing laundry dirty clothes into the washing machine together in laundry room at home.

5 frugal lifestyle tips so good you will want to teach them to your children

Learning how to live within a budget is not always something we’re taught, especially in a culture that celebrates consumption. That said, many of us have experienced living on a tight budget when in-between jobs or hit with an unexpected major expense. Even when the money is flowing into our Read More...

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How to improve your finances even in challenging times

We're always on the hunt for great solutions that address personal financial health. As the economic aftermath of the pandemic (and now inflation) continues to affect our lives, we’ve got some more tips on improving your financial stability during challenging times.  Be intentional Hit the Read More...

Experiential travel can enrich

Experiential travel can enrich our lives and the communities we visit

Live it, don't look at it. Experiential travel gives tourists a great time—and gives something back to the places they visit. Diane Daniel | April 2009 issue The Eiffel Tower. Big Ben. The Taj Mahal. Only 20 years ago, these were the notches on the traveler’s money belt, which, incidentally, Read More...

Community-based tourism: Going

Community-based tourism: Going native

For life-changing trips that boost local economies, try community-based tourism. Carol Greenhouse | April 2009 issue At the end of a business trip to Central Asia last summer, Leo Caprez decided to see Kyrgyzstan. So he signed on for a five-day tour through the Kyrgyz Community-Based Tourism Read More...

Community-based tourism: Going

Community-based tourism: Going native

For life-changing trips that boost local economies, try community-based tourism. Ode Editors | April 2009 issue Leo Caprez outside of a yurt in Kyrgyzstan. Photo: Leo Caprez At the end of a business trip to Central Asia last summer, Leo Caprez decided to see Kyrgyzstan. So he signed on for a Read More...