Personally speaking, I think the easiest goal is transportation, because I don’t have a car, and I don’t drive. I walk in campus, and I usually take the shuttle to go to Easton or Wal-mart. I also suggest people walk in campus or some nearby places. For example, I know many people drive to Granville market. However, it only takes 20 minutes to walk, and I think it not so far away campus. Therefore, people can walk to shop instead of driving.
I think the hardest goals are food and energy. Because I don’t like Western food, I can not find food that I really want to eat in the dining hall. So I just take foods i dislike , but I probably don’t eat them, and most of them will be wasted in sometimes. I think the best way to solve foods’ problems is cook by myself, or eat in Chinese restaurant rather than the dining hall. Furthermore, I think I can eat less or only eat vegetable and fruits in dinner, which probably also can lose weight.
The energy is not very easy for me, because of electric. Every day I will use computer, ipad, itouch, cellphone, light, temple lamp, and so no. I am very struggle with how to save energy. I think probably I need use less electrical equipment, and turn them off when I don’t use.
The trash sort is very useful and helps me a lot. When I throw trash in each time, I will think about it, such as what kinds of trashes are, where I should throw it, or the trash whether or not can recycle. Then, I will do a decision what I should do. Furthermore, I also told and taught my roommate and friends about the trash sort. For example, in dining hall, I will tell them the tissue can recycle, or I will help my roommate to sort her personal trashes in dorm. I think they also will be more conscious of waste.