20th Century Home Economics is dated and it’s time to look at what Home Economics is from a 21st Century stand point.
As I sit here watching my favorite Christmas movie involving a kid stuck at home by himself with two robbers…
A lot of the waste people throw away ends up being food waste. There are much better things we can do with our food waste than put it in a garbage bag where it will sit pretty much forever.
Having a general knowledge of direction is a good thing in many aspects of life, but why does knowing which way South is matter in a Home Economy?
Many people use the terms conservation and efficiency interchangeably. They have different meanings though and when used together, create a force multiplier of energy savings.
Most people just use a standard 12 month calendar to break their year down. Here I explore the idea of using a 13, 4 week periods to break down the year instead.
Observing the homes energy use is a very important part of creating and maintaining a production based home economy.
Creating a kitchen inventory is key to getting control of the consumption and possibly production of food at your home.
In my last blog I talked about the 12 areas I recognized as being areas where my home produces, consumes…
A breakdown of the 12 areas of Home Economics from my point of view.
How does our current home economy work and is it the best situation for our personal needs?