Caitlin | Eco Cajun

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β™»πŸŒ³πŸŒŽBike-riding, compulsive litter-collecting, yogi, Acadiana-loving green blogger. 🚲@SchwinnBikes Ambassador πŸ“°@TimesofAcadiana contributing writer

http://www.ecocajun.com/

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Rainy afternoons call for my recycled plastic bottle umbrella! It's served me well for almost 8 years now. Knock on wood, this is the longest I've ever gone without leaving an umbrella behind. β˜”οΈ
When you're excited for the eclipse but you also procrastinated and didn't get any glasses...last-minute DIY recyclable projector to the rescue! 😎
The sky was definitely showing off today. πŸŒ…
And here we see the treehugging yogi in her natural habitat. πŸ€ΈπŸ»β€β™€οΈπŸŒ³ #YogiEcoCajun πŸ“·: @ashleywalkerfit
Love these sunsets, but I'm still ready for the cooler weather!
New post on the blog today about Lafayette's plans to transform @downtownlft for PARK(ing) Day on September 15. Have an idea on transforming a parking space into something awesome? LCG is accepting applications through next Friday! [πŸ‘‰πŸ»www.ecocajun.com]

#PARKingDay #MyLafayette #parklet
Happy #NationalThriftShopDay!
New post on the blog today about @tsunamilafayette, @tsunamibatonrouge and @tsunamineworleans switching to straws on demand! By default, drinks will no longer be served with straws. So, go straw-free or bring your own reusable straw. [πŸ‘‰πŸ»ecocajun.com]

To all my restaurant friends, can we make this happen all over?? #greenblogger #ecoblogger #OnlyLouisiana #SkipTheStraw #zerowaste
It's all fun and games til you realize you rolled through dog poop. πŸ˜¬πŸ˜‚ πŸ“·: @meeshenplace
One year of rebuilding and recovering. #LouisianaStrong
Spread a little more love in your everyday life. It will change you. However, spread your litter right on into a damn trash can or recycling bin, not into heart-shaped holes in trees!
Fighting over differences is such a futile effort. There are billions of people on this planet, and everyone will always be different, no matter what. Not everyone will practice the same religion, support the same political candidate, speak the same language, eat the same food, or look the same. Fighting obviously isn't changing anyone's beliefs. Accept the differences. You're not in control anyway. The human population on this planet will always be as varied as it is now, so the faster people can accept that and learn to work together, the more at peace we will all be.