Motivation: Lists of aims and achievements

I’ve just seen a great idea over at Eco ‘Burban: List of changes they’ve already made, and things that they’re aiming to do – nice, simple, and right in front of you! 

It’s an interesting blog too – looking at how to live an affluent, green, family life. Her other blog – Affluent People Living Sustainably – is also interesting, and a little more confronting. It raises the interesting point that with affluence comes responsibility – a responsibility that will become only more important over the coming years as those of us that can afford it will still be warm, well-fed and driving, while those that can’t will get colder, hungrier and sick of public transport. Maybe I’d better ensure that strong community involvement is high up on my new list of aims.


One response to this post.

  1. […] been planning to put together a list of aims and achievements since I talked about it back in August. In the great pause between Christmas and New Year it seems appropriate to finally get around to […]


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