Blog | by Addison Del Mastro | July 6, 2012
Self-reliance and the “can-do” spirit aren't gone. They're just dormant, drowned out by a fast-paced lifestyle and cheap consumer goods.
Blog | by Addison Del Mastro | June 13, 2012
Fixing things ourselves can help relieve the money stress that many of us feel—but only if we're able to actually do the work.
Blog | by Ethan Freeman | October 12, 2012
These five do-it-yourself decoration ideas will help you put your family and home in the Halloween spirit—without spending a ton of money.
Blog | by Krislyn Placide | July 23, 2012
It's nearly impossible to avoid being inundated by negative body messages. What matters is how we receive them.
Blog | by Addison Del Mastro | December 16, 2013
How should we redefine what it means to be a consumer this holiday season?
Blog | by Dale S. Brown | May 28, 2012
Guest blogger Dale Brown offers tips on thoughtfully giving away things that you don’t need, rather than simply throwing them in the trash.
Blog | by Dale S. Brown | September 2, 2011
In today’s society, frugality can lead to accusations of “cheapness.” But there’s an important difference.
Blog | by Carol Janus | January 28, 2016
It may seem impossible to stop using plastic. But with perseverance and a little creativity, it can be done.
Blog | by New Dream | February 11, 2013
In February 2013, New Dream' spoke with Sasha Dichter, founder of Generosity Day, about his proposed alternative to Valentine's Day commercialism.
Blog | by Anya Schoolman | July 29, 2011
The inspiring story of one neighborhood that was so frustrated with the national and local government that residents took matters into their own hands.
Blog | by Wendy Philleo | July 25, 2012
New Dream caught up with producer and environmental activist Laurie David to talk about her recent projects, including her popular book The Family Dinner.
Blog | by Dave Evans | June 9, 2016
There are a few key things you can look for to give you a better idea of what kind of company you are supporting with your wallet.
Blog | by Kelly Garriott Waite | July 1, 2013
Author Kelly Garriott Waite reflects on the need to reclaim trust and community in today's culture of big-box stores and hyper-consumerism.