The Stuff We Own

It seems silly to write that I love my stuff - but I do. I don't have much stuff anymore (it's taken years of dedicated culling to get to this point), but the stuff I have is useful and brings me joy or makes my life easier.  There was a time however, when I was much more impulsive about buying things. My Story I used to collect beanie babies; though I have the good sense to be embarrassed by it...

Things I learned from My Postage: 16 Easy Steps to Go Green!

The USPS has issued a set of stamps with tips for going green.  I thought they were really cute, but before I started using them I thought I would share their wisdom here. Buy local produce Reuse shopping bags Fix water leaks Share car rides Turn off lights not in use Choose to walk Compost Let Nature do the work - line dry your laundry Recycle more Plant trees Use public transportation Insulate...

The Green Triangle

The Green Triangle - first introduced by Ernest Callenbach - is a simple model for describing how our lifestyle behaviors can affect the environment.  The model uses an equilateral triangle with each of the three vertices representing Health, Environment and Money.  Affect one of these vertices; you will undoubtedly affect the other two. Driving a Car v. Riding a Bike Say you normally drive...