Here's some things I do that are not so Eco- Friendly:
Use Miracle Grow. Though I use it ONLY on my potted plants I know it is still very bad. Every drip that runs over the pot and ends up in the soil.
Purchase Individually Wrapped Cheese Sticks. What can I say, they are just too easy for kids lunches and snacks. But, every time I pull that little plastic wrapper off I can't help but imagine how long it's going to be in a landfill.
On the bright side I try to offset my eco-violations with these ideas:
PIMP YOUR SWIFFER. (you know you want to click on that)
Compost. For me it's less about creating beautiful usable soil, and more about saving space in the kitchen garbage bag. Just think, if you threw NO food scraps into the garbage AND recycled paper, glass and plastic - how much less would your home be contributing to the local landfill?
Share with me, let's make each other better people. What alternatives can you offer to my eco-violations and what actions do you suggest I try to be a more earth friendly household?