Category Archives: Green

Trowels and Podiums

So a couple Sundays ago I volunteered through Arlington’s Community Volunteer Network, or CVN, which is a social network centered around young adults in their 20s and 30s who are looking to get engaged / involved with the community. I … Continue reading

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Velorution

I feel a revolution coming on, not just any revolution…but a Velorution! What in the world is a Velorution, you ask?  Why, it’s a bike revolution, using the French word “velo” for bike, silly!  I feel like up until just … Continue reading

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So fresh and so clean clean

Over the past few months, I have become more concerned with ingredients than I ever have been before.  Not ingredients in food (but yes, I am still concerned with that), but ingredients that make up the concoctions that I use … Continue reading

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Confessions of a vegetarian

Food.  Food is delicious, beautiful, mysterious, and most of all, completely necessary for survival.  Personally, I love food.  I’m obsessed with it and I would never try to hide or deny these feelings.  But of course, we all have an … Continue reading

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Join Green America!

80% of people surveyed by Green Seal are still buying green products & services, despite the recession, and even when they cost more. Businesses can’t afford not to reach out to the green marketplace. Join the nation’s first and largest … Continue reading

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Public Transit, A Love Affair

After living in London, England for the past 2 years, I have become enamored with public transportation, so much so that some might even consider me to be somewhat of a public transit “snob”.  This love affair with public transit … Continue reading

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Monkey see, monkey do

Back in mid-October I read an interesting article in the Wall Street Journal about consumer habits in terms of making green choices. Turns out  that it isn’t financial incentives or more information that motivates people to adopt greener lifestyles, yet … Continue reading

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