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Reduce, Reuse. Recycle.

I do! I have always been a natural kind of girl. I don't dye my hair, I wear very little makeup, mostly leave my looks to their own devices. I just like things to look real. So it was only natural for me to fall in with the idea of Green. I have been carrying cloth bags for my purchases for years now, I don't use pesticides on my garden, nor will I buy most things that aren't organic. I do my best to conserve fuel by driving less, and more efficiently. I am trying my best to limit my use of paper products in general - and most of my cleaning is done with plain dish soap and water.

I have always felt that we should leave a place in better shape than we found it - that's probably not going to happen with the Earth, but we can at least do our best to leave as little of a mark as possible.

onceandfutureglow onceandfutureglow 31-35, F 3 Responses Jun 10, 2008

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Baking soda is about the niftiest stuff known to man! I buy in bulk. I have this book I found in Cracker Barrel with all these uses for it...You'd be surprised at everything it can do.

Ah, your carbon footprint is WAY smaller than mine! I have yet to move to cloth bags, but I have switched over all my cleaning products. Now I just use a mix of 1/2 white vinegar and 1/2 water for most stuff. It's excellent. Works great, cleans up oil and grease, sterilizes, etc. And I mix baking soda with a little lemon juice to clean my tub.