Talking Green: It’s a Choice!

Talking Green: It’s a Choice!

Talking Green: It’s a Choice!

Dira Going Green, Green Living

Let’s talk Geen!

But what does that mean?

Green, in this case, refers to natural based products that we use on a daily basis. it also refers to nature, the environment and eco-systems. It is the way to refer to being more eco-friendly.

“The Green Lifestyle”, “Going Green”, “Be Green”

It’s easier said than done. If you weren’t born into it, it is a complete change of the way you used to live. It is a difficult choice to make. Some people are even afraid to admit that they wish an eco-friendly lifestyle. Why?

Going green should be a conscientious choice to a healthier lifestyle and to reduce the harm to the environment. those who choose that road should be supported.  It is a road full of obstacles to go through on a personal and professional level (in some cases).

The Wish

As it is a difficult road, supporting each bother should become the new normal. all eco-friendly supporters, either individually or in a group should know about each other and where possible work together. When it’s about the environment, more voices should louder than one.

Talking green shouldn’t be frowned upon, it should be encouraged. People don’t realize the effect of doing things naturally, using the free resources we receive from mother earth, the more we talk about it,  the more people will realize it’s value.  Talking green is indeed a choice.

I hope this was an interesting read for you and hope you consider going green. Every small effort counts. Thanks for taking some time to read this post. Feel free to leave your thoughts in the comment section below.

 

8 Comments

Steven June 9, 2018 at 5:16 pm

Hi!

I love this article! We chose many years ago to live a greener life and make a conscientious effort to reduce our carbon foot print on our planet. I am proud of the things we do to live a greener life and am not worried about what other think 🙂

I look forward to reading more of your post on this subject!

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    Dira June 9, 2018 at 5:54 pm

    Hi Steven,

    I am so happy you are on board and hope to you see around soon.
    Thanks a lot for taking some time to read this article.
    Have a great day 🙂

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Penelope June 10, 2018 at 3:00 pm

It’s definitely not the norm to be green…everything is mass produced, disposable, and ends up in a landfill. Thanks for the perspective on how it will take some work to shrink our carbon footprint! I like that you’re trying to organize like-minded people here.

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    Dira June 11, 2018 at 12:32 am

    Hi Penelope,

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts.
    It is indeed not the norm but that can be changed. Glad to have you on board 🙂

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Jane June 11, 2018 at 1:13 pm

It’s true. For me, it looks like a drastic change that needs to take place but like you said we should work together on finding solutions and not only point out the problem. Some of the solutions we can do it ourselves but people are just not aware of it. It starts simply with bringing your own shopping bag at the grocery store.
In order for it to work, we must also work on the solutions together and not only pointing fingers and it starts with learning new ways. It’s probably that there is already a solution somewhere. All the best and looking forward to your post 🙂

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    Dira June 11, 2018 at 11:07 pm

    Hi Jane,

    I completely agree with you. Thanks for sharing your thoughts
    See you around!

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Dave June 11, 2018 at 1:20 pm

Short and simple. All you said is true. Sometimes, if not all the time we do things without thinking of the consequences. Sometimes we are just not aware of it until someone points it out. And I agree with you, we don’t have to start with something big, we can start helping with something small like using recycled paper at the office.

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    Dira June 11, 2018 at 11:12 pm

    Hi Dave,

    You have a valid point and I definitely agree with you. When it comes to being eco-friendly some people think they have to participate in something big or drastically change not realizing that a small action can have a snowball effect too. Like you said we can start small by using recycled paper at the office.
    Thanks for commenting 🙂

    Reply

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