We’re going GREEN! Well, at least we’re trying!
While we readily acknowledge that we all share the earth and should be striving to keep it in the best shape possible, we also know that it can be easier said than done. One of our listeners recently wrote in asking about what we were doing to try to be green in our own homes and that really got us thinking. Here’s what she said:
Hi! I am really enjoying The Home Hour and my favorite episodes are the ones where you both simply chat and share ideas with each other. My husband and I are in the process of trying to reduce waste, live less “consumable” lives, and improve our eco-friendly habits (such as moving toward no paper towels, no ziplocs, etc.). I would love to hear if you two have thought about this and whether you do anything in your homes to try to live more “green.” Thanks!
Today is the moderate’s guide to going green. We’re not by any stretch of the imagination model families at this but we hope our discussion can inspire our listeners and ourselves to do a bit better.
If you’d like to continue this conversation, don’t miss Life Listened Network’s newest podcast, The Crunchy Cocktail Hour, coming October 2017!
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