It’s no secret that some homemaking activities–gardening, cooking and preserving food, building things from recycled materials, for example–are good for the planet. Households with at least one homemaker (or two part-time workers) are generally less resource-intensive, often requiring fewer vehicles and less driving time. A less harried lifestyle usually means more food cooked from scratch . . . → Read More: Boreal Citizen: Is “Mom Culture” Hindering Homemaking?