Living, Laughing & Loving… while in debt.

Happy Earth Day!

earth_day_2010_by_CrypticDisdainEarth Day serves as a good reminder of our responsibility to our communities, and the world around us, to make or continue to make choices that will produce a better tomorrow. Let it also serve as a reminder of all of the reasons that we need to keep this planet beautiful for generations to come: for the enjoyment of walking through a park, or laying on a beach or going for a run through the woods. And what is the best thing about all of these things? They’re completely free!

There is so much beauty and uncharted territory within reaching distance that is free to explore! So one weekend, instead of going to a movie, or a dinner, venture out and explore your segment of Earth… for free! And take care of the planet so that future generations can do the same.

Hope you all have a great Monday! Send your questions/comments/concerns to!

One comment on “Happy Earth Day!

  1. samanthajs89
    April 22, 2013

    This is the best message. There is nothing better than a walk in the neighborhood or discovering local parks for some great exercise and also pure enjoyment. Happy Earth Day!

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