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W00t! It’s Earth Day again!
Hopefully that means you’re living as green as you do every other day…
But if living green is to Earth Day as church-going is to Easter in your life, welcome to that one day a year you give yourself a chance to learn to live greener.
That said, there are all kinds of eco-friendly goodies, deals, and specials you can get your hands on today.
Don’t miss out…some of them are time sensitive!
Once again, we’re not big on eco-snobbery around here at The Fun Times Guide to Living Green.
As a matter of fact, we think eco-snobbery sucks…hard!
Instead let’s just check out some great eco-friendly swag you can get your grubby green paws on today
Eco-Friendly Earth Day Deals
Pay It Forward
Speaking of Grist (‘cuz we really do love ’em), Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum (and of my high school alma mater, btw) posted her debut article about what Lady Antebellum will be doing for Earth Day. Check it out.
Yahoo Has ALL Your Earth Day Booty
Yahoo Green has what I’m deeming as THE collection of all deals green going down for Earth Day, including,
A free string of 200 LED Christmas Lights from HolidayLEDs.com for the first 60 visitors to its site, starting at 10am, EST
Get $12 worth of coupons for organic food and be entered to win a year’s worth of free organic groceries from the Go Organic! for Earth Day campaign
Plus much, much more!
Get Paid to Recycle
I hope getting paid to recycle isn’t the only motivation for people to begin a home or office recycling program, but that’s just one of the ideas in this list of 15 ways to save money living green, from MSNBC.com
So get to steppin’…and be sure to keept it FUN!
What are you doing for Earth Day 2009? Are you using it as a chance to begin implementing greener habits into your already awesome life?
I think every little step toward living green is an awesome one… but eco-snobbery sucks! My goal is to help newbies learn the most important steps toward living green — individually and collectively. Personally, I strive to have as little impact as possible on Planet Earth while I'm here.