Category Archives: Tales of Responsible Consumption

Re-using Empty Glass Jars

The Impromptu “To Go” Cup: Putting Discarded Glass To Good Use

I suspect that I am the world’s largest glass breaker. We’re talking serious klutziness. (My only near rival is my mom, but her focus is more on self-mutilation than dropping.) …

Sponsor A Child

Share The Goodness: Foster A Child

I was at the mall with the kids today and we came across a World Vision campaign. Carl sponsors a child with World Vision and we have been talking with …

Our Replaced Lightbulbs - All 42 Of Them

Cut The Power: Easy Ways to Reduce Household Energy Consumption

As part of our Get Off The Grid project, we’ve learned that we are wasteful consumers of electricity. We certainly didn’t intend it to be so, but with knowledge comes …

What To Do When You Can't Recycle Glass

What To Do When You Can’t Recycle Glass

In our hometown, we cannot recycle glass. We moved from Toronto, ON to Saint John, NB last year. When we made our first trip to the recycling center, we were …

Go Paperless

I’m sitting here staring at the two boxes of books Carl and I recently packed up for the library. Before we moved to Saint John from Toronto, we packed up …
Become a Flexitarian (A Weekday Vegetarian)

Good All Around: Become A Flexitarian (A Weekday Vegetarian)

I’m a sucker for a good quiz.  For some reason, for as long as I can remember, I just can’t resist the urge to be scored against the masses. Regardless, …

Environmentally Friendly Motoring

Drive Responsibly: Reduce Your Carbon Emissions

It is just our second week in The Goodness Challenge.  We thought we had a pretty good plan in terms of what to tackle when, but, as usual, plans are …

Meet the Gosselins

Meet The Gosselins The Gosselins - July, 2015. Still living the dream (ha!).

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