Going Green with David Quilty – Blog


You don’t have to spend a lot to go green. Advertisers and corporations want you to think that you do, but in truth it’s the exact opposite.(…) In fact, going green is not only inexpensive, but it can also help you save money and live a frugal lifestyle. With a very small outlay of cash, you can clean up your carbon footprint like a champion. Here’s how. For detail and more tips go to http://thegoodhuman.com

 

http://thegoodhuman.com/2013/08/07/how-being-frugal-means-going-green/

Samples include:

Make your own safe, nontoxic, natural cleaners. 
Grow your own
food. 

Shop for used
goods. 
Stop it with the bottled water.
  Just stop. Except in certain situations, there is abso
lutely no need to buy bottled water. The majority of it is just tap water anyway! Pick up a good water filter and a reusable water bottle. Voila – all the fresh, clean water you can drink and no more plastic bottles to fill landfills. A few bucks investment pays off in spades.

And more

 

David Quilty is the publisher of The Good Human (http://thegoodhuman.com). His work has appeared in The New York Times and on NPR.

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