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How to Recycle Electronics in DC

Zero Waste

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Do you have a bunch of antiquated electronics hanging around your crib? Like the off-brand Palm Pilot that you never took out the packaging or chargers from those Blackberry's you lost ways back?

Yes, we all have a stash of unused gadgets (and the cords to match!) somewhere in our homes.

Luckily, there are plenty of recycling options in DC/ Greater Metropolitan area that take your old technology.


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How to Recycle Clothes in DC (Textiles)

Zero Waste

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I started my blog thanks to old panties and a mattress, no really take a look! So on this beautiful Earth Day I'm happy to to tell you how to recycle clothes and textiles in DC./ Greater Washington Area.

Textiles are items made of material including clothes, towels, undergarments, rags and anything else made of cloth. Usually it's not worth taking to a Goodwill Think about it, would you buy used...

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Run This Town (Atacames, Ecuador)

Travel


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Sand and sea is the name of my game! I live in Tonsupa, a beach city of the Esmeraldes Province, and it looks like I will be spending lots of time in Atacames too! I guess, I'll have the stinch of the beach on me for the rest of my life. Sounds good to me!

Atacames is a lively city to visit. Most of the buildings are painted in pastels, there's the contiunous sound of bachata music on all corners...

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The Best Indian Food (Bar Naan)

Travel

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Essence of India is the BEST! Bar naan (get it?) bar none.

Any who, on my never ending trip to Miami, I made plenty of stops along the East coast, including a pit stop in Tallahassee to see my king for his birthday.


Staying there for a few days, I had to make my way to one of the best restaurants in the world!

Now hear me out, for eight dollars you get a salad, a bowl of lentil soup, an entree (that...

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The Pit Stop Chronicles

Travel

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Pilot Jones, Pilot Jones.

After seven non-stop hours on the road, a 30-minute stop at a Pilot station sounded like heaven to me. Where else can you fill up the tank, buy homemade beef jerky and shower all at once?

Although I didn't hit the showers or indulge in tough, but chewy jerky. I filled up the tank and on a little park bench we had lunch. My sister opted for Wendy's, but Supa and I brought a...

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