Project: Doodle the Ultimate Green Vacation

We're challenging you to clean up your vacation with our latest project.

This month, we're asking you to do a little spring cleaning as a part of the GOOD 30-Day Challenge. In addition to the traditional sweeping, scrubbing, and dusting associated with spring cleaning, we also want you to clean up other parts of your life—including your fitness routine and your social media accounts. For this challenge, we were inspired by another task: Clean up your vacation.

Show us how you would take the ultimate green vacation. We want you to show us the best travel tips that help the environment without skipping out on the fun. That could mean renting a hybrid car, staying at an eco-hotel, or planning a “staycation.”

Create a doodle showing us how you would clean up your vacation. Create a map of the ultimate green road trip, show us how you would help the environment while camping, or come up with your own idea. Creativity is encouraged!

Submit your entry as a .jpg image 450 pixels wide and less than 1 MB in size. Submissions will be accepted until April 30.

The winner will receive a GOOD t-shirt and a one-year subscription to our print magazine.

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Prager used the discussion to make the point that people are allowed to use anti-Jewish slurs but cannot use the N-word because "the Left" controls American culture.

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