>> Thursday, August 20, 2009
Check out my latest post at The Green Phone Booth: The Big Green Move Checklist.
My husband and I have moved six times in the seven and a half years of our marriage, and I'm sick, sick, sick of moving. Every move has its annoying qualities, but this one has been particularly annoying because I focused so much during the last year on greening our life, and I feel like in many ways I'm starting all over. Except that I can't remember what it was I did in the first place.And elsewhere on the Internet:
I'm a big fan of itemized lists with little boxes for checking, so I decided that what I need is a "green moving list." And since JessTrev is in the middle of a move and a Green Phone Booth reader (Cath) commented on my last post that she will be moving soon also, I thought I'd make this list available to all of you as well. Read more...
:: Tom Philpott at Grist responds to "The Omnivore's Delusion: Against the Agri-Intellectuals" (a popular article that attempted to debunk the sustainable food movement).
:: Imagine Childhood has directions for how to make a butterfly net.
:: Floating World Views provides instructions for making a child's superhero cape.
:: Peppermags shows us some solar power tiles that blend into a clay-roofing system such as on Spanish style homes. Pretty cool!
:: Renaissance Garden reveals that "all the tote bags received at Old Navy come wrapped in individual plastic bags which are removed and discarded prior to being displayed." Holy cow!