'"Coming in the store, I had a list of wine, milk and cheese," he said. But the lure of organic smoothies, ready-made frozen lunches, goat-milk soap and all-natural energy bars surpassed his budget by $20.
"I probably don't need any of it," he admitted. "But every time I go here, I seem to keep piling non-gmo, no-bgh and organic extras into my cart."
'But there's a difference between living green and buying green. Living green is wrapping gifts in old brown paper grocery bags, which you've stamped and stenciled yourself. Buying green is ordering recycled wrapping paper online at $5 for two 24- by 36-inch sheets -- expensive, but easier than making your own.'