As you all know, I took 2013 off from blogging and from my computer; however, I have been sharing what I’ve been up to via Instagram.
Nevertheless, two weeks ago and right before Greg, my girls and I headed to Orlando, FL, I was contacted by a reporter from my local newspaper to be interviewed for a meatless Thanksgiving article.… Read more
Giving Greg a gift anytime of year is next to impossible. He is a man of no wants! His socks have large holes in the soles even though I bought him new socks, he wears his shoes until the soles crack and leak, most of his clothes and suits are 1-2 decades old, and he doesn’t like any material possessions other than comfy clothes when not dressed for work (they too are older than our girls), his iPhone 4, his TiVo, and money in his pocket to play poker as a means to decompress from corporate America.… Read more
“The problem of plastic waste in the world’s oceans may be much worse than previously thought…For years, environmental organizations have sounded the alarm about the Great Pacific Garbage Patch—a mass of plastic particles stretching twice the size of Texas.
Before I get to how I recycled our two computers, I wanted to share information as to what happens to 50-80% of America’s e-waste. Most recycling programs ship our e-waste overseas, but I found one that doesn’t.
“In the US, it is estimated that 50-80 percent of the waste collected for recycling is being exported.… Read more
One of my newly acquired inspiring friends whom I met through my blog/facebook fan page just asked me a great question, and when typing my response in the comment section of her wall post, I decided to post it here instead because my response kept growing and growing and growing and growing.… Read more
The girls and I decided to wash the car the other day with Lucky Earth waterless car wash that has been sitting on the shelf in our garage for over a year and a half. What has prolonged our use of this car wash?… Read more