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Posts Tagged ‘earth day’

Living Yoga Yogathon

I am participating in fundraising for Living Yoga’s Yogathon in the month of April. Living Yoga is a nonprofit in Portland, which is changing lives by fostering healing and resilience in vulnerable and marginalized communities through trauma-informed yoga. Living Yoga brings trauma-informed yoga classes to prisons, youth centers, addiction facilities and to people in the […]


My newsletter

Last Friday (April 15) I posted my first newsletter. I am reposting it for my GFG! readers right here. If you would like to sign up to receive future newsletters in your inbox, you can go right here to enter your e-mail address. ~~~~~~~~~~~ Hey friends! Welcome to my first newsletter. I’m so excited to start a […]


Readers are walking, recycling, biking, composting …

Wow, what awesome participation in last week’s Comment Contest Tuesday and a great celebration of Earth Day. Like myself, many of my readers celebrate Earth Day every day … as it should be. Thank you to everyone who participated. You all shared some great things. Thank you. And the winner is … Gail! She will be […]


Celebrating the Earth for Comment Contest Tuesday

Yesterday was Earth Day. What did you do to celebrate? My company is hosting Earth Week this week. Yesterday we had a Farmer’s Market; today is eWaste disposal for a free lunch; tomorrow–Wellness Walk; Thursday–a sustainability quiz (not quite sure what that means); and a Vendor Fair on Friday, which I will miss since I […]


Review Wednesday: Reusable Washable Nylon Produce bags

In honor of Earth Day next week (Monday, April 22) I wanted to review Reusable Washable Nylon Produce bags. Friend and GFG! reader, Nicole, sent me some as a gift, which is totally awesome. If anyone ever wants to send me cool items whether as a gift or to review or both I will gladly […]


Going green by reducing, reusing, recycling

I consider myself environmentally conscious and environmentally friendly. Nothing extreme. I just try to be aware. When I first moved to Oregon recycling was a big deal. And dividing each item was important as well: cardboard; paper; brown glass; green glass; etc. At the apartment complex I first lived in there were bins for each […]