Ask The Readers: What Do You Want To See On TGH?

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Every once in a while I write a post that asks you guys, the important ones in this relationship, what you want to see from the site. What you want to get out of the site. What you don’t like about the site. After all, without you reading it every day, the site wouldn’t even exist! I want to know if you want more “news” or just more commentary/advice? My issue with just regurgitating news stories is that there are plenty of “green” sites on the web that already cover the same stories found on every other green site, so I have try to stay away from inundating you with yet another copy of it. I get myself get bored when I read the same stories on 10 different sites each morning, but if that’s what you are interested in I can certainly do that in order to keep you reading/interacting on TGH. Do you want more product reviews/giveaways? Do you want less of something I am doing too much of? Do you have specific questions I can try to research and write about for you? This is definitely your opportunity to let me know what you think, so please do take the time to contact me. Like I said, without you this site wouldn’t have a purpose – so I want you to be getting everything you can out of reading it. You can let me know by leaving a comment on this post or emailing me directly. I look forward to hearing from you!!

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  1. I would love to see something along the lines of ‘how to be a better human’ — with case studies or working from someone’s ‘good human log’.
    I’d like to see, step-by-step, how a better knowledge of consumer options can help us to vote for the planet we want, one dollar at a time.

    For instance, I’d love to improve the earth-friendliness of the skin care and hair care products I use — but I also want the convenience of purchasing from the same place I might get my groceries. I would even be willing to buy from a local producer, but I just don’t know how to find them.

    I like to think of myself as an earth-friendly consumer, but I’m sure that there are dozens of ways that I can improve. By reading about others and how they are or could improve their planet-friendliness, I know I could learn a lot.

    I also LOVE the greenwash articles — I have been using Body Shop products for ages, thinking I’m supporting a great business model. Thanks for the education.

    This is the only ‘green’ blog I read, and I do it primarily for help in guiding my consumer and home choices — if there are other blogs that overlap, I’d love to find out about them.

    I also own a business, and would love links on how I can make my office more green.

    Keep up the good work!

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