- commute in a green/thrifty way (ride a bike, walk, carpool, take public transit, etc.)
- prepare a meal at home
- do something frugal
Are you up for the challenge? Make good on all those Earth Day resolutions you made last week!
Links to other useful "freezer cooking" or "Once a Month Cooking" resources:
Savvy readers are probably already doing these things. If you are, you've saved a few bucks and might be able to find some room in your budget for the green options that will cost a few more dollars.
For our action item this month, Mr. Green and I decided that we are going to go organic on many of the foods that are widely acknowledged as dangerous -- to our health and our earth -- in their conventionally processed form. It's not quite in line with being a cheapskate, but we noticed that our penny-pinching in our food budget has led to some wiggle room that will allow us to buy the more pricey organic items. I'll let you know soon what those items are.