One of our goals here at W Dental Group is to help all of our patients in their overall wellness goals (after all W Dental Group is where wellness begins with a smile ☺︎).
So, every Friday we’ll be posting a weekend reading message with all kinds of different tips, tricks and articles on a variety of subjects that we find interesting and helpful in all aspects of life, not just dental. Our hope is that you will find these posts useful in your life and share them with others to help spread smiles.
What Does It Mean To Be Truly Green?
Earth Day takes place every April (this year it was on Saturday April 22nd), and each year we focus on being a little eco-friendlier. While we can’t all bike to work every morning, there are still plenty of ways we can “go green.” Here are some great articles for celebrating Earth Day all year long:
Green living doesn’t mean abandoning all modern conveniences and moving to a mud hut out in the forest. There are countless little things we can do every day to make the world a little greener. Good Housekeeping offers this great list of tips, which will help you shrink your carbon footprint, keep cash in your wallet, and save the planet!
A pizza box is made of cardboard, but can it still be recycled if it’s stained with grease? When we have the opportunity to recycle something, we’re often stuffed trying to figure out whether it can even be recycled. But wonder no longer! Waste Management, Inc., created this comprehensive guide for what you can toss in the recycling bin.
Electric cars are celebrated as a triumph in green transportation. However, while electric cars are more efficient than gas cars, manufacturing an electric car can produce more carbon dioxide than a standard fuel-burning vehicle with energy and manufacturing costs. Adam Conover of TruTv’s “Adam Ruins Everything” reveals the hidden truth behind this so-called green answer.
Just for fun: 16 of the Most Magnificent Trees in the World
Take a quick trip around the world and check out some of the most gorgeous trees you’ve ever seen, from a centuries-old wisteria in Japan to Oregon’s maple tree tunnel. You might even find a new desktop wallpaper to celebrate Earth Day!
Published 2017 by The Newsletter Pro