As our family grows, we seem to accumulate a lot more stuff. Things that sit in cupboards, never to be used by anyone or decorations that add up. We buy items on a whim or on sale. If it is something made cheaply, it breaks easily and then we just have to purchase another . . . → Read More: The Story of Stuff
Do your holiday lights make your neighbourhood’s power station resort to auxiliary nuclear power? Choosing light-emitting diode technology—LED lights— that use as much as 95 percent less electricity than their inefficient predecessors and last up to 10 times longer is the best answer to making your festivities truly bright.