THIS BLOG WASa place to share and explore the choices, questions, tools, and actions that I and others make as we navigate how to live “everyday sustainable."
This blog has officially closed, but the conversation continues in its new incarnation here.
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Monthly Archives: May 2008
I’m visiting Kyoto now for a few days, and have been reminded of how much I LOVE bus maps. And, of course, by extension, I love bus systems. Definitely both important components of making a visit to a new city … Continue reading
I think joy and fun are two important components of Everyday Sustainable. You could say it’s a matter of what you’re doing; if you’re doing drudge work every day, how fun can that be, you might ask? True, but how about … Continue reading
Flushing the toilet. That’s definitely an everyday thing. What can help make it Everyday Sustainable? There are low flush toilets, no flush toilets, and of course the old-fashioned torrential flush toilets. I’ve lived in households where the rule is to flush only … Continue reading
Last week I heard Dr. Laura Carstensen of the Stanford Center on Longevity (http://longevity.stanford.edu/) speak on the Psychology of Aging. Very thought provoking research she’s done on how goals help define what we see and remember. I asked her about … Continue reading