Pledge to Go Green in 2012

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Easy Tips for Going Green

What do you think?  Can you make one teenie tiny little change each month to be more green?  I’m sure with a little help and encouragement you can think of 12 things you can do to be more green.  Don’t worry, you don’t have to tell me what they are.  You don’t even have to know all 12 changes you plan to make right now.  All you have to do is make a commitment to go green.  

To begin your pledge simply complete this simple pledge form:  Pledge to Go Green in 2012.  Once you make your pledge you’ll be subscribed to receive my monthly newsletter with more easy tips for going green.  

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5 Responses to Pledge to Go Green in 2012

  1. Aston says:

    My New Year’s resolution was to try and drive less and run more!

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  4. I have a friend who wrote an article on her blog about 30-days of microfiber – it gave 30 ways to use microfiber to clean your home. I use e-cloth microfiber and water instead of chemicals and that replaces at LEAST 30 chemical cleaners. So that’s gotta count!

  5. Dundie Crisp says:

    We love the new Firefly Safe & Green eco-friendly, sustainable, non toxic, actually organic new alternative for tiki torch fuel & Lamp oil!

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