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For the first, I wish you the best of luck and encourage you to check out some of my last minute sustainable gift ideas, or websites like World Vision, Uncommon Goods, and Ten Thousand Villages for unique and environmentally-friendly gifts.
For the second, I found myself in this boat and looking for some better solutions to wrap all the buy synthroid without prescription holiday gifts this season. According to the EPA, from Thanksgiving to New Years Day, household waste increases by more than 25% and it all adds up to an additional 1 million tons a week to our landfills (EPA and Use Less Stuff). That doesn’t feel good in a season where we are trying to give better lives.
Last month, best viagracialis I hit the open road for our island’s annual garden tour. And unlike past years, buy cialis I thought I should embrace alternative transportation and bike to each one of the gardens (a 25 mile tour with hills, valleys and more hills).
What I miscalculated was 1) my level of conditioning 2) the weight of my road bike on all the hills!
Let me just say first, it was totally fun, but exhasting! But let me also admit, it got me thinking why I don’t get around town by bike more often. The answer boils down to the reasons outlined in points #1 and #2 above.
So #1 is just about getting out there and getting back in shape – I will admit that the last year has had me in front of my computer more than working out. But as much good intention I have, every time I think about biking somewhere, I remember the killer hills near our home and my ambitions to be a biking road warrior quickly die. So that leads to point #2 – getting a better bike to help me get up the hills.
So wrapped in a cloud of Bengay, I head to my local bike shop for some coaching and purchase support.
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So what started as an exercise in keeping a few chickens quickly became an exploration and experimentation into what else we could do to live a more sustainable lifestyle. And as we were “doing” others started asking “how” and we made the decision to take what we have learned (and are learning) to anyone that was interested.
Camp 4 is now a living lab for sustainable living practices. We are willing to give anything a try and adopt those changes that work with our lifestyle choices. Continue reading →