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Freaking Out Over a Juice Box

Leslie Garrett by Leslie Garrett | January 20th, 2012 | 4 Comments
topic: Green Living | tags: eco guilt, eco-friendly, environment, family, go green without guilt, green guilt, juice box, organic foods, perspectice, plastic bottle, plastic bottles, recyclable, recycling, save the planet, straw that broke the camel’s back

A friend recently reported to me that she was taken to task by a green-leaning colleague for selecting a juice box to drink at a networking function. Juice boxes, the eco-narc proclaimed, were NOT recyclable in their municipality. My friend sheepishly sucked on her tiny plastic straw, convinced that all her attempts to live green — riding her bicycle to work, growing her own organic produce — were wiped out by this one transgression.

Eco-Workout: Exercise that Saves the Planet

Chris Freytag by Chris Freytag | October 28th, 2009 | No Comments
topic: Fitness, Green Living | tags: eco-friendly, eco-friendly exercise, electricity, exercise, green exercise machines, green workouts, save energy, save the planet, workouts

FreytagfeatureWhat motivates you to exercise? Is it weight loss? A healthy heart? A clear mind? Some jeans hidden in the back corner of your closet? All are viable and helpful motivators for exercise. And the more motivators you have to stay active, the more likely you may be to stick to your routine.

Here’s another motivator to add to your list: save the planet.