Tag Archive for green

Kids’ lunch box giveaway

Kelly Lester, who wrote the recent guest post about Momables, gave me an EasyLunchbox set to review, and we are loving them. We haven’t used them for a full lunch yet, being summer. But we have packed a nice array…

to do: reduce paper clutter

My sister mentioned this as a blog idea a long time ago, but I never wrote it since I didn’t have a personal story to go with it. After reading this post and realizing that even the greenies don’t know…

The road to sustainability: YOU ARE HERE

Green Resolutions wrote a fabulous post about what sustainability means as part of the first Blog carnival hosted by members of the new APLS (Affluent Persons Living Sustainably) network. (I’m sure the rest are fabulous too but hers is the…

by the way …

If anyone who lives near me is interested in composting but doesn’t have the space or whatever, you are more than welcome to contribute to my pile. Just drop by with a bucketful when you’re in the neighborhood or give…

to do: recycle electronics

It’s free, so recycling event draws throngsWaiting a little, or waiting a whole lot, Twin Citians queue up to dump unused electronicsBy Julio Ojeda-ZapataPioneer PressWould you wait in line for hours to discard your obsolete television or outdated computer?If you…

To do: make New Year’s resolutions

I’ve had a request to blog about reasonable resolutions. I don’t usually make New Year’s resolutions but the idea of them is keeping with the theme of this blog so I’ll give it a shot. I’m not going to try…

To do: Recycle/reuse

I came across a list of things that Inver Grove Heights recycles a while ago. It did not include boxboard (boxes from cereal, pop, crackers, etc). I always have a lot of that in my recycling so I vowed to…