Author Archives: sustainablegeekgirl

Green Fatigue?

According to this article in Ad Age, American consumers seem to be suffering from a bit of “green fatigue”. In the past 52 weeks, sales of bottled water ROSE 4% after a steady decline. The purchase of in-home water filtration … Continue reading

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Quick Programming Note

Hi all! (I say that like there are a ton of readers.) I just wanted to let you know that I am back and apologize for the hiatus. Life sometimes gets in the way. I’ve got some interesting things to … Continue reading

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Go Vote!!

I know I’ve been quiet the past week or so. I’ve been busy taking care of a few things and will be back to regular posting shortly. Right now, I just want to remind everyone to GO VOTE. I know … Continue reading

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Quick Hit: Don’t Believe the Green

Just a quick post here since things have been “busy” here in GeekGirlLandia. An article in the Wall Street Journal confirms what I’ve always wondered: Most items claiming to be green contain at least 1 dangerous substance in them. Further, … Continue reading

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Quicken for Mac

One thing that many of you might not know about me is that I’m a finance nerd. I love working with my finances and getting the most bang for my buck. I think this is a huge component for those … Continue reading

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Small Changes: Slow Sundays

In an older article over at the Guardian, Satish Kumar writes about an idea that is not so foreign:  Slow Sundays. The suggestion is just to slow down. Use Sunday (or whatever day you choose) as a day of rest … Continue reading

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Quick Hit: Turning off My AC

I just have to share the fact that it is finally cool enough for Floridians to turn off their air conditioners. Woohoo!!! The past week or so,  it’s been nice and cool early in the mornings. About 70 or so, … Continue reading

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