The appliance I gave up was the tumble dryer. I hang the washing outside on a rotary drier. I know not everyone can do this; I think I am fortunate I can hang out the wash and admire the flowers in the garden at the same time.
what a great thing to give up! I wasn't so successful - mine were the hairdryer and the microwave but we eat a lot better now!
The microwave, certainly. The TV is the one I'd probably get rid of again. Even the LCD screens suck a lot of electricity.
Definitely the dishwasher! What a complete waste of money and electricity! Wash your own dishes, you might even lose some calories by doing so! ;oD
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by maycee4 16 months ago
how are you going greenwhat are you doing to help the earth
by AKKessinger 4 years ago
Does anyone out there really think that going green is a scam invented by the government?
by Mikeydoes 8 years ago
http://hubpages.com/hub/Why-should-businesses-go-greenI am going to begin backlinking this, I plan on revising a couple things to really spiffy it up.
by kwade tweeling 4 years ago
What do you think of the "going green" fad?As with many other things, I find the whole movement of "going green" to be as commercialized and full of fake fluff as Christmas. How do you feel about the whole thing?
by pkwoodworksstore 7 years ago
All comments, advice would be appreciated. Thank you in advance. Karen
by sir_tallest 6 years ago
There is talk about going green and recycling and saving enegy.why are people not really into that?i have seen ads even from major companies claiming that they are going green but none recycle, saves enegy nor go green in any other way which makes me wonder why so many people are not into saving...
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