Going GREEN

So, I've been thinking lately about going GREEN. I want to do my part for the environment, plus it makes me feel cool, and hip, and somewhat elitist (I'm not gonna lie). I figured that the first place to start should be my wardrobe. After all, people can see that I support Earth, and maybe it'll get them thinking "hey, she looks pretty cool. Maybe I should go GREEN too". So I started shopping. I found some awesome sites, filled up my little online shopping bag/cart and hit "checkout".


HOLD UP.


Going GREEN costs mucho dinero. Like, MUCHO. I decided against that little idea. I then decided that perhaps at least my cleaning products could be GREEN, so I looked into that. Ha. NOPE. Much more than I care to pay, even if it is saving the environment.


Then it hit me. I don't have to do it all at once. Baby steps. So that's what I'm gonna do. I've got reusable shopping bags, and laundry detergent made with baking soda rather than solvent. It's enough to make me feel elite. For now, anyway.

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  1. I'm very proud of you! Look at you trying! Hey, cotton clothes are eco friendly. So you can count at least part of your wardrobe. You actually could make laundry detergent, if you're brave enough. All natural, and you can put your own scents in it. My bud has a recipe that I want to try when I get back. We could have a detergent making party!

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  2. good job with with being eco-friendly. my strategy is to produce as little waste as possible. And since i'm small, i think its working,. =)

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