Friday, December 19, 2008

A Little Greener Every Day's Random End of the Year Favorite Things

This is the first full year that I've had this blog. I started it in the fall of 2007. Yesterday I hit my 350th post. I work hard to consistently post Monday through Friday, and if I know I won't be posting, I try to let you know. 

I don't know how consistent I will be next week, however, with Christmas and New Year's coming. The kids will be out of school for two week starting next Wednesday and then there will be all that celebrating to do. So I thought I'd do an end of the year favorite's list today. This doesn't mean I won't post between now and the end of the year, but I don't know how often I'll get to.

A Little Greener Every Day's 10 Random Favorite Green Things of 2008

Favorite Green Book I Read
Serve God, Save the Planet by Matthew J. Sleeth

Favorite Green Restaurant I Ate At
Founding Farmers in Washington D.C. 
(runner up Le Pain Quotidien in NYC)

Favorite Green Podcast 

Favorite Green Product I Was Sent For Free To Review
(runner up -VeeV)

Favorite Green Meal I Cooked
Yummy Honey Chicken Kabobs using  local ingredients

Favorite Green Website That Helps You Go Green In a Very Practical Way

Favorite (Not) Green Thing I Whined The Most About

Favorite Green Thing My Six Year Old and I Made From Our Garden This Summer

Favorite Green Thing About This Crummy Economy

Favorite Green(ish) Pre-packaged Food
Mother Nature's Peanut Butter Bumpers (almost as good as Cap'n Crunch)
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Allison said...

Are you still off the Diet Coke?

Robin Shreeves said...

I've had a few at restaurants, but otherwise, I've been good. However, we had a party last Saturday night and there are a few cans still floating in water in our backyard. They are tempting. I'm trying to figure out what to do to with them. Maybe donate them to someone else's holiday party since we're done entertaining for the season.

Robin Shreeves said...

Oh, I should probably mention that the water is in a big tub. They aren't just floating around the yard.