For example, do you feel guilty that you don't recycle more, or that you use too much electricity or let the water run too long? I was reading about it in an article.
I never have green guilt. I live frugally, which tends by default to be pretty environmentally friendly (I dry clothes on the line, don't use lights during the day usually... etc). Besides that, I'm just not into the global warming hype.
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No. I just feel bad when I open my electric bill in the summer. I keep my house at 80 during the summer months (sometimes higher), but that doesn't seem to make much of a dent in my bill. I might start looking at other ways to save money on utilities. I already recycle more than the city requests. I don't garden because I kill just about every plant I try to take care of. If I did garden I would probably figure out a way to compost a little too. That looks interesting. I carpool with another mom that has a DD in the same school as my DD.
No, no guilt here.
Answer by QuinnMae at 8:38 PM on Mar. 31, 2010
Yes. All the time. I want to be even more "green" and friendly. I already use homemade organic cleaning products - that clean better and I spend only like $10 a year on cleaning supplies. I just need a recipe for the laundry. That I don't havea friendly solution for. I also feel bad eating out so much and all the to go cups I waste. All the time I think about consuming less and being more earth friendly.
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