Earth Day has come and gone; however, it is important to remember that being green does not mean that you’re green for one of the three hundred and sixty-five days out of the year. Being green should be a daily activity, and you should encourage those around you to develop green habits to ensure that we are all doing our part to make the world a cleaner place. Whether it is recycling the morning paper, purchasing a refillable water bottle, carpooling with a co-worker, or even walking instead of driving on your lunch break, those activities will be beneficial in the long-run. So remember, Earth Day is only a reminder that to keep up your green practices, not just a day to acknowledge that there are green practices in the world. Do your part each and everyday and we can all make the world a cleaner place. Happy Earth Week and Year!