Celebrate Earth Day with One Million Acts of Green

I recently came across a wonderful site that shows  how we can each make a difference by choosing to reduce our carbon footprint one “act” at a time.  Some of these acts are really quite simple and actually require little more than turning something off or down when were aren’t using it–it’s an awareness thing.  Others may require a bit more effort but the thing is, each person can choose how much or how little they want to do to help ease the burden we have placed on our mother earth.

I found it very encouraging to see how a small change in behavior can make a big difference and the website–One Million Acts of Green–lets you know how much you reduce your carbon foot print with each act you add.  Seeing how much I can reduce my footprint inspires me to want to do more.

If we all do a small part, the effect will be huge.

I recently joined One Million Acts of  Green and registered my acts and pledged to do a few more.  Why don’t we all give it a try?  If you want to work on this together, you can go here and be part of the Real Fairies Group that I just created for us at OMAOG.  The Elves would be very pleased.

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  1. Maeva April 22, 2010 at 12:39 pm - Reply

    Yaaaaay! First to coment !!
    And this is such a great idea! im totally gonna join x

  2. Elyssa April 22, 2010 at 3:44 pm - Reply

    HAPPY EARTH DAY!!!!!!! totally gonna join!!!!!!

  3. allyssa456 April 22, 2010 at 6:19 pm - Reply

    Happy earth day Natalee! 😀

    Sounds like a GREAT idea, I will definitely do that.

  4. Lisa A.- Grey Eyes April 24, 2010 at 5:06 pm - Reply

    Awesome! I just registered there 🙂

    thanks!!

  5. Navneeta ray May 10, 2010 at 10:33 am - Reply

    HAPPY EARTH DAY GUYS 🙂 hw r u doin LISA sweety 🙂 I had a wonderful trip to ma home country & had tons of fun in my Brother’s Wedding, so wat abt u Natalie, Susan and Mr. E ? Hw r u all doin ? I jst came back yesterday 🙂 lol to all of u 🙂
    Navneeta

  6. Dei June 10, 2010 at 3:49 pm - Reply

    Hi Natalie,

    I see that you are not very active in blogging anymore and you have been bombarded with emails but I emailed you at your yahoo address. I hope that you get to read it and I am hoping for a response. I think your website serves a great purpose and it really made me think. I’d like to read all of your entries but obviously I can not do that in one day. I will visit your website often as it is very insightful.

    Anyway, my email is in regards to possible fairy sighting but we’re not quite sure what it was. I hope you, your sister and Mr. E will be able to give us any sort of answere.

    Thank you!

    • Natalie Lynn June 13, 2010 at 9:58 am - Reply

      Hello Dei,

      I did get your email–thank you! I will show it to Susan and Mr E and give you our opinions very soon. I am still fairly active on the forum – not the blog as much – but we are kind of busy at work right now so it is harder to keep up with it all. Yes, I do get a lot of email but I enjoy hearing from everyone. I try to answer as soon as I can but sometimes it does take a little while.

      Thanks again!
      Natalie
      PS: I’m so glad you find the website helpful – that means a lot to us!

  7. jade June 24, 2010 at 6:23 pm - Reply

    hey natalie

    just wondering, how big can faeries get?because i’v woken up with a very big figure adove me. when i closed my eyes, then opened them, it was gone, and in my room i see figures out of the corner of my eye, they are probily 6″ tall.are those pixies or faeries?then another time i was watching tv and i saw an about 6″ figure by the book case.i also see alot of movement out of the corner of my eyes when i am alone. thank you.

    -jade

  8. Alice July 17, 2010 at 10:29 am - Reply

    Natalie,
    Thanks for sharing the site with us. When I went onto it and went to see how much my family already reduces(my mom is REALLY big on recylcing and stuff like that) I found out we reduce our carbon footprint by 13504kg a year!

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