Grassroots

Sam here. I started this blog as a means of spreading easy-to-do tips to protect the environment. You might have heard of some of them, but some might be completely new. I've incorporated these ideas into my own life as well. I hope you find them helpful and and maybe even fun! Even though the Earth isn't going to disappear in a cloud of our Styrofoam anytime soon, it's important that we appreciate the planet that sustains us. Come be a part of this grassroots movement!
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First tip! Use bar soap instead of liquid soap! The packaging and ingredients themselves are much more environmentally friendly. Many people don’t like using bar soap because they feel it’s gross and unsanitary, etc. But if you use it often enough, it won’t be. And if a drastic transition seems too difficult, try using bar soap in the shower and liquid soap for washing your hands. There’s always a way! Here’s a website for reference. Happy handwashing :)!
http://greenliving.nationalgeographic.com/green-bar-soap-instead-body-washes-2799.html
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First tip! Use bar soap instead of liquid soap! The packaging and ingredients themselves are much more environmentally friendly. Many people don’t like using bar soap because they feel it’s gross and unsanitary, etc. But if you use it often enough, it won’t be. And if a drastic transition seems too difficult, try using bar soap in the shower and liquid soap for washing your hands. There’s always a way! Here’s a website for reference. Happy handwashing :)!

http://greenliving.nationalgeographic.com/green-bar-soap-instead-body-washes-2799.html

Photo courtesy of Google.

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