Here’s my next free ebook about how to go green and save money without sacrificing lifestyle. If you like the free ebooks I have been writing please let me know that you think. Here’s the introduction…
“It’s not that easy being Green” Kermit the Frog
I think many would agree with Kermit the Frog’s statement, “It’s not that easy being green.” It’s true that being environmentally conscious seems daunting. What does it mean to be green anyway? Does one have to live in a way that’s completely carbon neutral? Install solar panels on their property and live off the grid? Put up wind turbines? Collect and purify rain water? Drive the latest, most efficient Hybrid car? Grow their own food? Or all of the above?
Doing all of these things would definitely qualify a person as being green, and if you’re able to do all (or even a few) of these things I think that’s awesome. But, what about the rest of us who don’t have the time or money to do any of it? Should we even try to be “green”? I think the answer to that is yes. There seems to be the sentiment that being green will severely hamper your lifestyle to the point where you won’t be able to enjoy life. This isn’t true. The truth is a person’s impact on the environment can be significantly reduced by making some simple lifestyle changes. I also believe being environmentally conscious doesn’t necessarily have to cost you financially. In fact, there are many instances where being green and saving money go hand in hand. I think that’s something most can get on board with. The point is that it’s possible to be green, save money, and enjoy life all at the same time.