Tales of a Sustainable Dad

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Keeping the Peace This is a story about water, sustainability and a fight with my teenage daughter. I'll start with the water. My daughter has the good habit of drinking plenty of water. A glass of water is within her reach 24/7, including a glass on her nightstand while she sleeps. We could all learn a lesson from her on hydration. Recently, we mo...
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LEGO® Blocks and Lessons in Sustainability

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I bet many of you spent time playing with LEGO® blocks as youngsters. I know I did – carefully crafting airplanes, castles, robots, speedboats. I would venture a guess that most of the LEGO® blocks we used back then are still around today – stored away, handed down, donated to a thrift store for someone else to enjoy. Those things are basically ind...
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Mr. Gilzow, Garbage and My 4th Grade Epiphany

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In fourth grade, I had no idea what the word sustainability meant. However, I know now that's when my sustainability journey began, and I can pinpoint the day. It was the fall of 1986 and I was excited that Mr. Gilzow, newly assigned special programs instructor and my hands-down favorite teacher at the time, was scheduled to talk to our h...
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Two Times to Plant a Tree

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The second-best time to innovate is now. If only I'd started putting money into a retirement account right of college.If only I'd spent more time with my kids.If only I'd developed that perfect golf swing as a teenager. Most of us can look back on our lives and beat ourselves up for opportunities – big and small – that we believe we squandered. But...
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