Monthly Archives: March 2010

Number of condos for sale in High Point “just stupid” (West Seattle neighborhood review)

As the self-titled “resident green agent” in High Point, I wanted to give a quick update – even though it’s been less than 3 weeks since my last. Because the number of homes for sale here is just stupid. In … Continue reading

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Westside Green Living Experiences NuBe Green in Seattle (Video)

GreenSpacesTV — March 30, 2010 — New Facebook fan page “Westside Green Living with Wendy” presents its first original video. Wendy and her husband Stephen Hughes-Jelen check out NuBe Green (newbie green) on Capital Hill. Wendy says on her Facebook … Continue reading

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The launch of Westside Green Living with Wendy

In the fear of overwhelming all of my Facebook friends with too much green information, I decided to start a green fan page where I can share the information for the people who want it! In one day I was … Continue reading

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Tomorrow night, turn off your lights for Earth Hour 2010

You have another chance to show you stand for climate change, tomorrow night is Earth Hour. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e5WYlqD8mR0] And here are seven tips for living green 1. Purchase energy efficient appliances. They cut carbon pollution and save you money! 2. Make … Continue reading

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It’s World Water Week

Remember the “Story of Stuff”? It opened a lot of people’s eyes. Now Annie Leanord has produced the “Story of Bottled Water”. If you agree that all of those plastic bottles are wasteful, my personal recommendation is Klean Kanteens. We … Continue reading

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Another beautiful day to learn something new

  This was the view from my home office this morning as I was getting ready to go down to the Seattle Center for the 2nd day, this time for an "un"conference, Real Estate Barcamp Seattle. It is my 4th … Continue reading

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Some great garden-related classes going on this weekend in SW Seattle

Seattle Tilth always has great stuff going on, including their first-ever Spring Edible Plant Sale at Magnuson Park on Saturday (which I happen to be going to on my way to another event). But since I live in West Seattle, … Continue reading

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What’s the Payback? How to calculate the return on your solar electric system investment before you buy

I tripped across this today when doing some research following up on an inquiry after my blogging from the Built Green Conference last Friday. Check out this article from May/June 2006 Solar Today by Andy Black. Oh just added this … Continue reading

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Browsing For Housing Requires On-line, Off-line Smarts

I heard a lot of stats today at the Pacific Northwest Housing Summit that supports these numbers!! From today’s Realty Times Browsing For Housing Requires On-line, Off-line Smarts Financing in hand, shop online for housing using these tips, which include … Continue reading

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Today at the Pacific Northwest Housing Summit in Seattle

Wow lots of statistics being thrown around today at the Pacific Northwest Housing Summit. It’s great info, good speakers, and it is fun to see so many people I know now since getting involved in the social side of my … Continue reading

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