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    Posted January 8, 2014 by
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    Green Resolution for 2014

    In 2014, I resolve to make it a Green year. By that I mean save more and gain health benefits from eating more greens, and contribute to a greener/cleaner environment. How? By doing several things differently.. I am one of those who like to see a hard copy print out of everything. Well in future, I will keep every document online and have less paper work. I am going to eat more greens and add fresh herbs to my meals more than I normally do. An example of that is seen in image 1, where the Tuna is proportionally less compared to the greens and the herbs. I am going to buy only recyclable batteries. i am in the market for a new car. I am buying a hybrid or a high mileage car. I am going to save money by buying less insurance. I used to buy travel insurance every time I traveled by an airline. I found out it covers nothing when you go to collect the insurance and I have saved a lot. I am going to walk more by walking to the nearest grocery store rather than drive to it. Last year most of my produce came from a local farmer and this year I will expand on that. I will reduce my calorie intake but make sure that I get enough protein, fiber from whole grain., minerals and vitamins and use only olive oil and fish as source of mono unsaturated fats and omegas. I will try to stay in optimal health so that I can prevent disease and work on ebooks and not the hard bound paper copy ones.

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