Resources | by Shara Drew | November 1, 2017
If you want to make this year’s holidays more meaningful, memorable, and rejuvenating for your family, these 15 tips will help you opt out of the commercial hype and create a truly special celebration for your kids.
Blog | by Rani Jayakumar | November 17, 2017
Learn how one California group is boosting local resilience and strengthening community ties by sharing stuff, skills, memories, and stories.
Blog | by Sarah Baird | November 26, 2013
Keep your Thanksgivukkah simple and green with these five easy ideas.
Webinars | by Wen Lee | September 20, 2012
In a time bank, a group of people agree to trade hours instead of money. In this webinar, founders of the Community Connections TimeBank, Arroyo Time Bank, and Bay Area Community Exchange share how they got their time banks off the ground.
Blog | by Dale S. Brown | August 11, 2011
A D.C. resident describes how she became financially empowered to turn down work that is not in accordance with her values.
Blog | by Dale S. Brown | February 7, 2012
Can we reinvent the potluck so it can work in today’s busy, ingredient-conscious world?
Blog | by Wen Lee | March 14, 2012
In 2012, Meg Hourihan won't buy anything new until she's used up or worn out the old.
Blog | by Edna Rienzi | May 6, 2013
A few years ago, Ashley Whittenberger decided to trade in her “mainstream McMansion on a half-acre of manicured hell" for a life of freedom and creativity.
Blog | by Vicki Robin | January 24, 2017
This classic book on achieving financial independence is being updated—and the authors want to hear from you!
Blog | by Anna Awimbo | July 11, 2014
Oregon is full of people bringing their communities to life through the Sharing Economy.
Blog | by Amy Curtis | July 13, 2011
These 10 video presentations provide hope, inspiration, and knowledge that although people can damage the Earth, they also have the potential to save it.