I'm around the net in a bunch of places right now, and I thought I'd point you to some of them!
First, Wild Parenting has run my "It's Not Easy Being Green" column. An excerpt:
I was green before green was hip. In the mid 1990s I used cloth diapers on my babies. I have always used both sides of 8 ½ by 11 paper before recycling it, so I’m one of the few who actually likes junk mail. Free paper! In my old house five composters were biodegrading all at one time, which is probably driving the new owners nuts. I love my clothesline. I have always loved hunting through thrift stores. I saved empty milk bags to use as freezer bags. And I take my bicycle, complete with the child trailer behind, to the grocery store. It’s too small for my kids, but it will do when I just need to pick up a few things.
I did all these things before David Suzuki started lecturing us about them. But I didn’t do these things just for the environment. I did them because I’m cheap. The environmental benefits were just a nice added bonus.
You can read the rest here.
And at the Homeschool Blog Awards I've published a bunch of new links today, including those awesome School House Rock videos. Remember Conjunction Junction? And How a Bill Becomes a Law? Make sure you watch them with your kids!
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