Monthly Archives: September 2008

Waste-free Lunches

I love receiving photos of my friends’ children on their first day of school; all decked out in their new school outfits, with their brand new lunch boxes in hand. Going to school.  Learning.  That’s all about Everyday Sustainable. But … Continue reading

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stop phone books: YellowPagesGoesGreen.org

Every time a phone book shows up in front of my door, my first thoughts are, “Not again.  Now how am I going to recycle this?” I have used a paper phone book maybe five times in the last ten years.  What … Continue reading

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carpool by Twitter coming soon?

Using Tweet to facilitate carpooling would be VERY cool. I read about this soon-to-arrive Twitter application: TweetMyRide TweetMyRide is a site that helps Twitter users link up to carpool if there are going to the same place. Save some gas. … Continue reading

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