I've finished my 30 ways in 30 days on how to be green in your daily life. Here is the full list.
#Recycle Rinse the milk jug and put it in the bin, you can do it!
#Reduce Take your cup with you to work or church, save a disposable one.
#Reduce Pour your cream first, save the stirrer.
#Reduce Pack green lunches. See how little litter you can pack with your food.
#ReduceReuseRecycle Identify the three most non-green habits in your life and think about how you can change your lifestyle to change them.
#Reduce Try not to use zipper lock bags for three days and see what solutions you come up with.
#Reuse Become a regular at the thrift store. Donating and buying both help to reuse.
#Recycle Be a part of your local recycling program…even if it costs you something.
#ReduceReuseRecycle Do what your grandmother told you.
#Reuse Reuse lightly used zipper lock bags.
#Reduce Turn the lights out.
#Reduce Don’t waste food. Buy only what you need.
#Reduce Don’t be afraid to wash a towel or rag, you can cut down on paper towels.
#Reduce Potty train.
#Reuse Have your kids use the same backpack more than one year.
#Reduce Go digital. Print only the pics you need.
#Reduce Use less energy by cooking two meals instead of one.
#Reuse Empty tissue boxes are a great place to store plastic grocery bags for reuse.
#Reduce Eat leftovers.
#Reuse Use Freecycle.
#Reduce Put on a sweater and turn down the thermostat or more appropriate for today, put on shorts and turn off the air.
#Reduce. Dispose of your medications the right way. (http://www.whitehousedrugpolicy.gov/publications/pdf/prescrip_disposal.pdf)
#ReduceReuse Handkerchiefs? Hmmm…not there yet.
#Reuse Use old t-shirts as rags.
#Reduce Car Pool
#You can say it, “Paper, please.”
#Reuse Make the switch to rechargeable batteries.
#Reduce Buy flat gifts: books, cds, restaurant gift certificates
#Reduce #Reuse Fix something that’s broken