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April 1 - April 30, 2022

Wheaton NHS

Wheaton High School

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    60
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    360
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    60
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  • April 25 at 9:14 AM
    Caleb VuSpending more time outdoors, helps connect to the environment. You can see the beauty of nature and also smell it. There was a new place, as I saw a hole in a tree, in which I saw a squirrel go in and out of. 
  • April 13 at 4:37 PM
    In order to stay sustainable, I have started moving my body more often. I have recently started going outside more often to rollerskate. I chose a physical activity that I liked to develop into a habit because it's good for my body. I've noticed that finding a healthy activity that you enjoy increases the chances of establishing a sustainable...
  • April 13 at 4:27 PM
    Since a lot of the world is online with devices, oftentimes we stay inside and don't get the amount of sunlight our bodies need. Or we get accustomed to being inside and don't like being outside. But we can change that. Instead of being inside with our phones and computers, spending at least an hour every day outside can improve our health...
  • April 10 at 10:27 AM
    Spending more time outdoors can enhance your sense of place as you are more aware of your surroundings. As one walks around their neighborhood, they notice all the details, big or small, that make it up. Thus making them feel familiar with the area around them leading them to feel their sense of pace. A new place that was exciting to visit was...
  • April 9 at 6:13 PM
    You can create new sustainability-related habits the same way you create other habits. Which is just by doing them over and over again. This is because habits, by their definition, are routines of behaviors. So if someone wanted to create a new sustainability-related habit, such as making zero-waste meals, that person would need to do it every...
  • April 9 at 6:05 PM
    An environmentally friendly habit I recently cultivated is turning off the electricity when I'm not using it. Whenever I leave my room or see other rooms around my house that don't need electricity, I make sure to turn off the lights. This way over time, the amount of electricity my home uses will decrease.

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