Monthly Archives: December 2012

2012 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The new Boeing 787 Dreamliner can carry about 250 passengers. This blog was viewed about 1,100 times in 2012. If it were a Dreamliner, … Continue reading

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And that’s a wrap!

The most impactful epiphanies I have had this semester all boil down to one main idea: knowing what I know, I must do what I can do. Gaining insight on so many different issues affected my personal habits more than … Continue reading

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it came to an end

Throughout this semester I did not have any pronounced epiphanies. I did although learn a little more about how I can live more sustainable. The most important thing I learned was how simple household appliances can negatively affect the earth. … Continue reading

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Diaries of a late Blogger!

I would say one of the most pronounced epiphanies I had during the year was the overall idea of diversity. My eyes were first opened when we learned about materials diversity and the need to not rely so heavily on … Continue reading

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Environmentally Sustained

Amoung all my epiphanies this semester, I am proud to say that I will take away sustainable knowledge to help educate and apply to the environment around me to make my carbon footprint a little less impactful. My first epiphany … Continue reading

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A semester epiphany

The environmental sustainability class proved to be very educational this semester and allowed me to begin to concentrate and be enlightened on a variety of topics which can definitely prove to be helpful in my future career as an interior … Continue reading

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Smart Decisons

Over the course of this class I had several different epiphanies. While learning about empathetic design I had an epiphany about the products I had that I had a strong emotional attachment to. This epiphany eventually lead to my sustainable … Continue reading

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