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We can complain because rose bushes have thorns, or rejoice because thorn bushes have roses.” ― Abraham Lincoln —- Nancy Todd 561-289-1760 www.NancyTodd.com
Been watching that new show Fargo. Heard an interesting line tonight. “There are no saints in the animal kingdom, only breakfast and dinner.” Certainly gives you something to think about.
Here are some easy ways we can celebrate Earth Day every day by getting a little greener:
Carry a BPA-free water bottle everywhere you go. This is my top tip, I always have my water bottle with me. Helps the earth and helps yourself by staying hydrated! Bring reusable bags to the grocery store, keep a few in your car. Buy non-GMO produce and look local. Supporting local farmers, growers, and businesses as opposed to national conglomerates, not only assures freshness, but also makes the world, and the Hamptons, go round. Give old ‘stuff’ to others. Instead of trashing old clothes or belongings, donate them if they’re usable. Donating supplies others with things they may not have and prevents waste. Don’t litter…it’s that simple. Use the most natural products around the house that you can, like cleaning products, paper products, food, etc. Walk or bike more places, enjoy the spring weather and save gas! Borrow/rent items (like books, movies, etc.) instead of buying to save waste and money.