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Easy Ways for Teens to Go Green.....
1. Turn Off the Lights
When you leave a room that no one else is in, flip off the light switch. And whenever you can, open your curtains to let in natural light instead of using artificial lights. Saving electricity helps reduce global warming.
2. Carry a Tote Bag
Before you go out on shopping excursions, throw a tote bag into your purse. Then, with every purchase, hand it to the cashier instead of making them use a new bag.
3. Go for a Bike Ride
Biking is free, fun and a great way to exercise - and unlike driving, it does zero damage to the environment. Every time you grab your car keys, consider biking instead. If you don't have a bike, think about walking short distances instead of driving them - you can make walking more fun by listening to music.
4. Get a Reusable Bottle
Plastic water bottles are rarely recycled, and the water inside of them isn't much different from tap water. Instead, get a reusable bottle and refill it from the tap.
5. Shut Down & Unplug
When you're done using your computer every night, shut it down and unplug it from the wall before going to sleep. And get into the habit of unplugging all your electronic stuff when you're not using it. Appliances can suck electricity from the wall even when the power isn't on.
6. Buy Vintage
Vintage clothing is, well, vintage, which means no new damage is done to the environment from manufacturing it. Plus, buying vintage is cheaper than buying new, and you can score really unique designer stuff from local consignment shops.
7. Eat Less Meat
Meat takes up to 5 times more water to produce than vegetarian alternatives and releases a lot of icky chemicals into our water supply. You don't have to swear off meat completely, but consider getting a veggie burger or grilled cheese (hold the bacon!) every once in a while.
8. Turn Off the Faucet
Running the faucet while you're brushing your teeth uses two gallons of water every minute. What a waste! Turn it off in between toothbrush rinses. The earth will thank you.
9. Better the World
Download a Better the World sidebar for your web browser. It's totally free, and you can raise cash for your favorite environmental cause (like polar bear conservation) just by surfing the web.
10. Tell Your Friends!
If you catch your friend tossing an aluminum can in the trash or leaving the lights on, say something. If you can change someone's attitude about going green, you'll be doing twice the impact you can do by yourself.
What you do, what you listen to, what you see and who you talk to during your day has a huge impact on the levels of stress in your life AND how able you are to deal with stress. Totally Stressed Out.com has some very simple things you can do (and not do) to reduce stress in your life. :: Relaxing ::
Above the Influence. It’s a state of mind. It’s about being yourself and not letting negative influence get to you. Pressure to drink, do drugs or do anything that goes against who you are in order to fit in—that’s negative influence. And if you’re one of the teens who want to stay above it, you’ve come to the right spot.