31 Day Do Good Challenge: Day 9


Do Good Challenge VerticalContinue following along with our 31 Day Do Good Challenge, by Rob Greenfield and start off 2014 in a way that will change your life and those around you.

We all know that taking a bike ride or commute does good things for yourself and the World around you….but now we have 31 additional things to help create even more Good.

Each day this month we’ve been posting one simple Do Good task for you to complete.  Be sure to continue with us and help us Do Good for everyone. Be sure to leave your comments each day saying how things are going for you.


Day 9:  Don’t use anything that is one-time use today.

Examples of this would include plastic grocery bags, plastic water bottles, paper towels, disposable dishes or silverware, seran wrap, and tin foil.


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Enjoy Your Ride


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One Response to “ 31 Day Do Good Challenge: Day 9 ”

  1. Scott White on January 9, 2014 at 10:56 am

    Um, does that include TP? If so, I’ve already flushed today’s act of goodness. 🙁

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