I love, love coffee. Or to be more accurate—I love lattes, especially when someone else makes them. I don’t love feeling guilty about throwing out the disposable cup. So, I’m going to work on taking a reusable mug with me to coffeeshops for those times when I’m getting my lattes to go. 3 years ago
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8. use compact flourescent light bulbs.
9. I will add one meatless meal at week. I was reading this action are related with saving of enviromental and health cost
10. Use more non toxic cleaning products. Maybe i can do some in my home. 3 years ago
4. quit smoking, hello!!! this is very important
5. use collective transportation at least one in a week, or bicycle or walk.
6. have my own water bottle
7. use reusable bowls to my son’s snacks, once in a week, and ALL THE TIME FOR MY LUNCH3 years ago
1. Recycle: i find a supermarket to leave paper, aluminium, and glass. I have to find tanks to collect mine materials.
2. Have an organic garden.
3. Use reusable grocery bags and biodegradable trash bags. 3 years ago
I already do a few green things (reusable shopping bags, recycling, reusable coffee cup at work) but I figure there’s got to be a few more ways to go greener. For March, I’ve been trying indoor composting. It’s something I resisted doing, thinking it would be stinky or attract pests, but so far it seems to be going well. I repurposed a 35 pound cat litter container for my composting and have new place for all my banana peels, apple cores, used coffee grounds as well as any wilty produce (Unfortunately, I seem to be composting a bit more produce than I’d like. Guess I’ll just have extra great soil) Not positive, but I’m leaning toward starting to bring my lunch to work in April—it’ll save me money as well as reduce all the styrofoam containers from takeout. 4 years ago
I’ve got my trusty reusable grocery bag now, and I keep it in my purse. Now, I just have to remember to use it every time. I brought it out today when buying office supplies and the clerk looked confused, but I’m still glad I didn’t come back to the office with a plastic bag and have to decide between throwing it away and stuffing it in a drawer to possibly use later. 4 years ago
It’s time to look for a new job anyway, and I’m determined that my next job will be in Annapolis. I’ll save money and gas on my new, shorter commute! 5 years ago
I LOVE to knit, and I’m enjoying knitting gifts for my friends and family this holiday season. The next thing I want to do to be more green is switch to natural materials for knitting. I recently found a line of cotton yarn available at any old craft store. The line is called “Sugar ‘n Cream,” and so far, I like it a lot. There’s a locally owned yarn store near me where I want to go look for more varieties of cotton, wool, and other natural fibers. Hooray for renewable resources! 5 years ago
I’m not sure if this is a stretch, but I think I can be more green by eating more fresh fruits and veggies instead of packaged and processed food because fresh foods create less trash, and what little they do create (like an apple core) is biodegradable. 5 years ago
Today, I will be a little bit more green by buying a reusable cup that I can keep at the office and use that for getting drinks from the water cooler instead of using the disposable plastic cups. It’s a little step, but it counts. 5 years ago
I want to be more green, and I need to find practical ways to do it. I could drive less, but the bulk of my driving is my daily commute to work, and I’m not sure it’s a good idea for me to change jobs right now. I will probably start looking for something, but in the mean time, I need to find other options, too. I’m open to suggestions, so hook a girl up! 5 years ago