All too often, everyday people feel powerless to affect what is going on in our city, state, or country. Sure, in theory we “let our voice be heard” through voting, but once that’s done many feel that the process is out of our hands. I include myself in that group sometimes. But the truth is that it is not that way; we can still have an impact. Continue reading “Contact a Legislator”
Recently I published this post about actually using your reusable bags and this one about refusing free stuff. But even if we start now, the fact remains: many of us have collected a number of bags we never use.
I don’t know what it is about human nature, but most of us have a hard time passing up anything that is free. It doesn’t matter if we will ever actually use it. If it is free we want to have it. You know, because it will be handy. Because it’s cute. Because we might need it in the future.