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Green Initiatives

"Don't blow it - good planets are hard to find."
- Quoted in Time Magazine


Save Our Planet. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. Go Green. We've heard a thousand slogans asking us to do our part for planet Earth, but are we really listening? Commit to changing the little things in our lives that make a big difference for our environment. It's time to start caring.


Community Journal

maxcandoit17
17 Jan
Success in a oddly weird way this week. Need to control and commit to my goals, change my mind set and of course focus on bigger and better things.
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dzsari
16 Jan
My Voice Technique 101 class, which I paid a pretty penny for, started last week and I still haven't gotten myself to watch a lecture. I feel like I'm just lazy, but really I'm feeling afraid again. Why? What is it I'm afraid of? At first sight I'm afraid of failure but when you dig deeper I'm afraid of success. Especially since this involves voice. I think there is the metaphorical meaning of voice too, in the sense of my chosen mode of expression/self-representation for the world. I think I am often scared to try having a voice for fear that it will also work as a conduit back, and I will feel devastated by the feedback I get from people. That probably happened a lot when I was growing up, at pretty much every turn. Having a voice is like opening a channel to the world through which I in turn become vulnerable. I am so scared to simply be in the world. What is it I'm afraid of? I'm even more afraid of not having lived. Which is why I'm taking this Singer-Songwriter specialization to begin with. I'm glad I worked this out. I think I had a lightbulb moment. And maybe part of the fear is that I might discover that it's all even more meaningless than I think it is. By idealizing certain kinds of artistic activity maybe I'm holding on to the idea that they are pristine somehow. And maybe nothing is. Maybe everything is just a fucking mess. And that's fine. I have to live. I'm 36 years old. Isn't it about time I started?
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HealthyConnor
15 Jan
It is going really well, My mum has bought a slow cooker, so we have had some really tasty and healthy food, as well as our half an hour walks.
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jamealhines
11 Jan
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Purpleshoes
10 Jan
Since getting back on track things have been going well. I have decided to ditch alcohol and diet soda as well as be super veg/fruit focused, almost raw but not, until February. This really seems to have cut my cravings, but I'm also not into the food I'm eating.
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Flyingblindsquirrel
5 Jan
Got upset with dissertation clutter. Working diligently on it to get rid of all the research papers laying around. Traded in textbook and old iPhone for credit. Looking forward to summer garage sale.
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