Blog | by Dawn Handschuh | September 22, 2011
Growing our own food offers multiple benefits—for our health, our taste buds, and our pocketbook. So how much money are we actually saving?
Blog | by Dale S. Brown | August 4, 2011
How one D.C. resident changed her relationship to money and gained just a bit of freedom from the endless demands to earn it.
Blog | by Kevin A. Straight | December 18, 2012
Do you really need to own a car "just in case" you have to move every few years? A car-free enthusiast responds to his critics.
Blog | by Ryan Dwyer | March 8, 2013
You know times are changing when a rap about the hipness of thrift store shopping hits the top of the charts.
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 Jennifer Prediger | December 1, 2011
At SHARE New York, participants came together to talk about turning economic disillusionment into something more productive.
Blog | by Edna Rienzi | April 9, 2014
Suzita Cochran's decision to choose a “time over money” lifestyle came from her work in psychology, where she learned in-depth what children need to thrive.
Blog | by Lisa Mastny | April 11, 2012
New Dream staff share their picks for the most inspirational books they've read on topics of consumerism, parenting, and work-life balance.
Blog | by Edna Rienzi | June 25, 2014
Ditch the screen and try one of these proven ways to keep kids active and engaged all summer.
Blog | by Tovah Paglaro | September 25, 2012
By choosing to forgo packaged or cafeteria food, we can teach our children healthy eating habits and minimize the garbage that ends up at landfills.
Blog | by Bea Echeverria | December 14, 2017
After moving to the U.S. from Spain, New Dreamer Bea Echevarria realized that "making do" wasn’t a coveted value for everyone. But there are many good reasons it should be.
Blog | by Wen Lee | January 8, 2014
An afternoon of baking cookies turns into a quest to find someone—anyone—who will open their front door.
Blog | by Evonne Marzouk | March 17, 2017
If you’ve been wondering how to do Passover in a more environmentally friendly way, here are six ideas that might help.
Blog | by Edna Rienzi | October 9, 2017
By cutting back her work hours, Sarah was able to make more time for her family and community—and to live true to her values.
Blog | by Kevin Stark | July 17, 2017
Emerging co-op programs are keeping costs down and stimulating the economy while reducing energy use and benefiting the environment.