Monday's Muse

Monday, April 19

Sorry, but the image containing the Monday's Muse has been removed from this blog so as not to violate any copyright issues.  Thanks for your understanding!

Thursday April 22nd is Earth Day, and what better way to celebrate than with this week's Muse.  He's all about being environmentally conscious.  I like that....not to mention he's wearing another pair of fabulous jeans :) 

I try to be more "green" by changing some of my daily habits, by recycling, and I like to think that buying e-books is contributing in at least some small way...I do what I can ;)  

What are some of your favorite, easy, earth saving tips?

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Mitzi H. April 19, 2010 at 1:15 AM  

The new design looks great!!!

I contribute..I took 250lbs of coke/beer cans in last week...and it took over an hour just to weigh them, not to mention the smell....Yuck!!! I like green, but I don't think I'll let my hubby talk me into taking the cans to recycle next time!!! Hehehe...although I kept the cash!!!

Scorpio M. April 19, 2010 at 9:02 AM  

I do the paper, cans, plastic recycling thing & I really like bringing my own grocery bags to shop with. Why I didn't do this before it became cool, I dunno...

librarypat,  April 19, 2010 at 10:16 AM  

Recycle everything you can.
Have a compost pile.
Don't let the water run unnecessarily. When waiting for water from the faucet to warm up, catch the cold water and use it to water your plants.
Donate anything you can't use to charities. Old clothes, household goods and toys you no longer need can still be of use to someone. Same them from the landfill.

Chas @ LLL April 19, 2010 at 3:49 PM  

Windmills never looked sexy until now.

I recycle as well. Also, me and my children pick up trash. We go on Nature Walks where we take 2 bags: one for picking up trash and the other for interesting objects that we can look at closely; Like a fallen leaf- nothing to adventurous but my little ones love it.

Happy Earth day!!

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