Misguided Truth Of Kermit: Being Green Is Really Quite Easy

Kermit the Frog

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“Going Green” is a familiar phrase to everyone.  Kermit the Frog even sang a song about it. So maybe he wasn’t talking about recycling and saving the planet when he said, “It Ain’t Easy Being Green,” but it’s a fun thought.

A number of people have befriended our earth by changing out their traditional light bulbs for more energy efficient fluorescent bulbs. Some have implemented a greener philosophy into every facet of their existence, making it their lifestyle. Others feel that going green means having to completely change up their routine and life, and haven’t altered any of their behaviors. No matter your current level of involvement, there’s a simple step that everyone can take in order to help save our planet. That easily manageable step is to rent.

You + Renting = Saving Our Earth

No longer do we live in a world where a home or car are the only available items for rent. One visit to Rent It Today will prove that point. During a view of our homepage, you will note thousands of goods for rent grouped under item-specific categories. You may not realize it, but when you rent something, you are completing an environmentally friendly action that reduces the disposal of items, as well as over production. So the next time you are planning a vacation, your computer  needs maintenance, you are hosting a party, or for any number of other reasons, check out Rent It Today, and feel good about doing your part to save YOUR earth.

Everyone Can Participate

Additional simple ways adults can be earth-friendly:

  • Drive the speed limit, and combine errands.
  • Carpool to work.
  • Buy consignment.
  • Wash laundry in cold water.
  • Pay bills online.

Additional simple ways kids can be earth-friendly:

  • Turn off the water while brushing teeth.
  • Turn off lights and electronics when not in use.
  • Plant a vegetable garden.
  • Ride bike to school.
  • Use a reusable water bottle during sporting activities.