GOOD Readers Tweet Us Something They Made Using Trash

We asked our Twitter followers to tweet us a picture of something made out of trash for our 30 Days of GOOD July Challenge. Check out our top three.

Things are easier said than done, or so the old adage goes, and we couldn't agree more. That's why we do The GOOD 30-Day Challenge (#30DaysofGOOD), a monthly attempt to live better. Our challenge for July­ Waste less.

Yesterday, as part of our #30DaysofGOOD Challenge to waste less, we asked our Twitter followers to send us something they created out of trash. We received some fantastic submissions! It was tough, but we narrowed it down to our three favorites.

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Mini-Project: GOOD Readers Tweet Us Their Vegetarian Lunch

We asked GOOD readers to tweet us a picture of their vegetarian lunch. Take a look at some of our favorites.

Things are easier said than done, or so the old adage goes, and we couldn't agree more. That's why we do The GOOD 30-Day Challenge (#30DaysofGOOD), a monthly attempt to live better. Our challenge for June? Go vegetarian.

For this mini-Project, we asked you to send us snapshots of your vegetarian or vegan lunch as part of our #30DaysofGOOD Challenege. We received variety of awesomely colorful submissions. Thanks to everyone who participated.

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Mini-Project: Your Visions of Fall

See a picture of fall through the eyes of the GOOD community. Happy Thanksgiving!

Quotation from Helen Hunt Jackson.

Last week, we asked you to send in images of things that represent fall to you. Here are the results, a picture of fall through the eyes of the GOOD community. Happy Thanksgiving.

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Mini-Project: Your Adorable Office Pets

We asked for pictures of office pets, and holy smokes, you all delivered.

For this week's mini-Project, we asked for pictures of office pets, and holy smokes, you all delivered. We got pictures from a host of freelancers, our local NPR station, and friends at Etsy, RentJuice, and Big Spaceship.

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Mini-Project: Come Up with a Great Question for President Carter (UPDATED)

Help us come up with some great questions for President Carter. They can be about his new book, running America, whatever!

UPDATE: Unfortunately, President Carter has had an unforeseen health problem and has had to postpone this interview. So we won't be able to ask him anything after all (or at least not now). We wish him a speedy recovery.

For this week's mini-Project we've got something pretty special. Our friends at Big Think are interviewing President Jimmy Carter about his new book, White House Diary, and they have invited us to help by sending a question along from our readers.

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For this week's mini-Project, we asked GOOD readers to test their coworkers on the Pew Research poll of current events. You can check out the questions below. The results, graphed, are above.

The response wasn't huge, but 100 percent of GOOD readers' co-workers know that Greece was bailed out by the E.U., know what Twitter is, know that health-care reform passed this year, and that children of illegal immigrants get U.S. citizenship. The depth of the oil leak and the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom? Those were trickier.

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