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My Eco Legacy
A blog to inspire small lifestyle tweaks to make a big impact on the ecological legacy we leave behind for the next generation.
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My Eco Legacy 4h
Replying to @treadmyownpath
I had no idea about the plastic in the bags! We switched to loose leaf years ago because the flavor is 10x better, but before that, I was totally buying PG tips and Clipper, then composting them after. Doh!!
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My Eco Legacy 19h
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My Eco Legacy Feb 20
Replying to @NoMeatAthlete
I have also read that soaking it overnight helps reduce both arsenic and phytic acid (a key reason paleo people are anti-grains). It makes it super fast to cook when you pre-soak, 20 min for brown rice.
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My Eco Legacy Feb 19
What We Can Learn About Sustainability from People Living Off Grid
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Rethink Plastic Feb 19
The chemical is widely added to food and drink , and more than 80% of teenagers have it in their bodies. But how dangerous is it?
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Reducing Rubbish Feb 18
All plastic packaging is technically recyclable BUT a tiny amount is actually being recycled (e.g. ). Regardless of the many reasons why it's clear we need to increase efforts to REDUCE and REUSE.
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My Eco Legacy Feb 19
I found silk floss at the store in Issaquah! The dispenser is glass and the floss is…
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Plastic Pollutes Feb 14
A Plastic Free Wedding
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My Eco Legacy Feb 14
I am reading it too! It's good but I just finished the first two books in the Kingkiller Series from that I enjoyed far more. If you like fantasy and haven't read it, I cannot recommend it enough!
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My Eco Legacy Feb 14
Replying to @5gyres
There is a Kickstarter for biodegradable Mardi Gras beads. I hope someone makes it happen!
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5 Gyres Feb 14
Fun times, clogged drains, dirty ocean. Next time, take out what you bring in.
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Kathryn Kellogg Feb 14
Hallelujah! Solar Has Become The World's Cheapest Form Of New Electricity
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My Eco Legacy Feb 14
Replying to @litterati
Thank you so much!
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My Eco Legacy Feb 13
Replying to @goingzerowaste
Done! That was easy. I had no idea microplastics had entered our drinking water supply.
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My Eco Legacy Feb 13
Replying to @litterati
I love your mission and hope this blog will help inspire others to get out there, pick up and tag some trash in your app!
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My Eco Legacy Feb 13
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My Eco Legacy Feb 12
Replying to @treadmyownpath
I totally related to this post! It is amazing to look back on the things you never thought you would do and see yourself happily doing them.
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My Eco Legacy Feb 12
Just saved 25 cents at smoothie bar for bringing my mug!
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Kathryn Kellogg Feb 9
Having trouble locating like minded people? Get my tips for building community!
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Joshua Becker Feb 8
"Apparel is being displaced by travel, eating out and activities—what’s routinely lumped together as experiences.” The Death of Clothing | Bloomberg —> (by )
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