Leaving.

I might come back. For now, Ocean Clover (well, I think… I don’t think she’s been on…) is in charge… Because, well, I feel like this blog isn’t important. No one posts. No one reads. It’s so unpopular and stupid… One post a month. That’s all. One comment a month. That’s all.

Bye guys!

~WM aka RCG

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Tip and Pic of July!

Tip-
Do your parents drive you to school? If they do, you may be adding on to pollution with the car’s gas. Carpooling with a friend is fun and green. Riding the bus is greener and dinner with more friends- though it may be a little loud. Riding your bike, as long as you live close and on a safe street is the best way! Or walking! Skateboarding! Any vehicle that doesn’t require gas!

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Tip and Pic of the Month- June

Hi all! ravenclawgurl here.
We have a new segment- a pic of the month! :) And any ideas on some new pages?

Tip:
Some of you may know about the oil spill in the Gulf caused by British Petroleum. I know most can’t use 25$ to buy one but please raise awareness. You can buy a “bpcares” tshirt and the money is donated to HealthyGulf. http://www.streetgiant.bigcartel.com

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Green outfit

Hi everyone! It’s been sooooo long since I’ve posted here! Today I made a green outfit so I decided I’d show it to you all! Hope you all like it!

~Zany Gamer

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Oh, I have not been posting on this blog a lot. But Ocean Clover I like the craft I might make it over the weekend.

1. Fact ongoing green

Solar Charge Your Devices

Cut that cord. Charge your iPod, your BlackBerry, your Mobile GPS or your phone on the go with a backpack-cum-solar-power charger. Reware sells three styles — a backpack, daypack and messenger bag. All of the bags are made from reclaimed soda bottles to create a fabric that is both durable enough to withstand inclement weather and stylish. On the back of the bag there is a thin layer of solar cells that turns light into electricity.

Voltaic carries similar bags as well as a smaller solar backpack that can be used as a converter for larger rucksacks. All of the Voltaic bags come with a battery pack to serve as a power reservoir.

Read more: http://www.thedailygreen.com/going-green/#ixzz0kSU3wkSK

Read more: http://www.thedailygreen.com/going-green/#ixzz0kSU3zwN5

Did you know in Maryland (in the Baltimore area) there was a water main break so we had now school! :( :)

            ~*Bookworm*

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Hello all GG-s. :)

‘m so sorry I’ve neglected this blog! I’ll try to post on here at least 2 times a month.

Mmk, Green Tip of April:

Did you know that every 3 seconds Americans throw out tons of aluminum cans?

That’s a thousand…

Another thousand…

To save them, recycle them or use OC’s craft here.

You can sell them, or give them as gifts! Another way to use your cans is to… yes, I’m not kidding, JUGGLE THEM! It’s really easy, since they’re so light! :) Make a game out of it!

Another thing is, we officially have 600 hits. :) Thanks to Ocean Clover♣ for advertising our blog on her blog. (the post is here)

Also, on the Reusables Page, there’s a new craft Enjoy!

Stay Green!

~Reed

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