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Day Five, the end has arrive[d]

Hey class,

So today I tried to be quicker with my shower, even though I was feeling especially tired this morning for some reason. I took a cold shower in just over 4 minutes, which I was happy with as I was running somewhat late. This time could definitely be shorter though, it’s just hard to move quickly when one is tired.

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This is where it gets hard, day 4

Good day,

For me it seems, the deeper into NI we get, the harder it becomes to keep this lifestyle. Personally I think this is a great project for our class just to see what having little to no impact is indeed like. I am beginning to see how much I indulge in such things as my laptop and other electronics along with processed foods.

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Day three, look at me

So I have to admit, I have slipped somewhat since my last post.

Last night after writing my blog about how I missed meat and found it hard to fill up on “greener” foods, I caved and ordered Dragon Village in Granville. My justification for this was that this could be a meal for two days, with leftovers and all, and chicken is more bio-efficient than other animals like cow.

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*Creative Title for Day 2 of No Impact Week*

Hello class,

Day two so far has been a little bit of the same as day one for me. I am trying to shower every other day this week so I guess today I would consider to be my off day. I also did not drink any coffee, since I only had this class today. Because I abandoned these two “morning rituals” (as I like to call them) I have definitely felt more tired throughout the day, but thats a very small sacrifice for this project.

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Day 1

Even though it is only day one, the beginning of day one seems to be going well for me. I had a few things in mind to reduce my impact that I thought of in class before break, as well as during break. The holidays seem to be a time where a lot of trash and other waste is created (from food, drinks, napkins, paper towels, treys and packaging from Thanksgiving food, ect.)

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