Go visit Shannon for some great tips on what works for others. What works for me today is reusing water bottles. I have a 32 oz. sport bottle that I refill throughout the day. It’s easy for me to monitor how much I’m taking in, and I’m trying to do my part for the future of our world. Did you know that plastic bottles are recycled, but the caps aren’t? Yep, the caps are discarded, and often times end up in the oceans. From that point, they wind up in the stomachs of seals or birds, who eventually die from malnutrition because their stomach is full. From the green standpoint, if the average person drank 8 ounces of bottled water a day, it would take 1.5 million barrels of oil annually to satisfy America’s demand for bottled water. (Plastic is derived from petroleum.) If this oil were converted to gasoline, the total could fuel five hundred thousand station wagons for a coast to coast trip. Considering the price of a gallon of gas right now, I think I can reuse my water bottles! Try it and see if it works for you.