I’m starting this blog to discuss some earth-friendly activities going on around the world. I like to keep up on the progress that’s being made to create an earth-friendly, less expensive, safe, energy-efficient place to live. I love doing whatever I can to save money, energy, and resources, so I’ll show you my ideas, too.
This will be a positive space for us to share what we’re doing to reduce our footprint. I hope you enjoy reading about efforts to help our planet.
I plan to write something every day. I imagine this page will evolve over time, and I hope you check back once in a while to see what fun things are going on in the “green” world.
I post some of my favorite vegetarian recipes once a week. I cite the sources of my recipes, including links to purchase the books online. If you like the recipe, I encourage you to check out the book to enjoy more healthy, earth-friendly food.
Terra is Latin for Earth, and is also my name. We should focus on living in harmony with the earth, not living in fear.
A little about me:
I live in Akron, OH, with my husband, 2 cats and my big dog. I enjoy travel, vegetarian cooking, and learning something new every day.
* Little Miss Sunshine
* The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
* The Lives of Others
* The Fog of War
* Ben Folds
* The Cure
* The Strokes
* The Killers
* Lamb by Christopher Moore (all of his books are great)
* The Mouse that Roared
* Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West
* Anything by Kurt Vonnegut
Comments: I moderate comments on this site to eliminate spam. The comment box asks for a web site, but you don’t need to enter one to comment on this page. Just your name and e-mail address will be great.
This blog is about what other people are doing to make the world a better place. These are not all my ideas – I’m sharing things that I learn as I try to live a simpler life. I link to the articles and sites that I read to get my information (highlighted words are links). So, if you want to learn more about what I’ve written, please follow the links in the post to get to the primary source.
I’m taking a page out of the Boing Boing book regarding comment moderation:
freedom of speech also means that the people who write and edit [this blog] have the right to have (or refuse to have) anything they want on their own website. If one of the things they don’t want is a comment that you have posted, they aren’t depriving you of your freedom of speech. You’re free to put that comment up on your own webpage.
As always, thanks for reading.