Once I moved to Seattle, this was easy as pie. Now I’m the girl who goes way over board about recycling. I recycle almost everything, ride the bus to work, buy used clothes and books and make my own toothpaste.
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This city is great about making one want to be green. Recycling is a sinch, no one smokes, and everyone is always running or cycling or hiking… So after coming here, I quit smoking (which wasn’t that big of a deal since I had quit for 4 years and just recently started again) and I go walking in the evening around my neighborhood for at least 45 minutes. People around here are inspiring and they don’t even know it!! One of the biggest parts of moving all the way across the country is I only packed up my car and took with me what I could stuff in it. After moving into my new place, I’ve decided that I’m going for the simplistic motif. I’m investing in a bed, but no more furniture. No clutter. Nothing. Anything I do buy, I’m buying used. It’s quite easy to do this when you start out with very little like I have.
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