February 27 - March 20, 2019

Andrea Levendoski

PWSA GIS

Points Total

  • 0 Today
  • 0 This Week
  • 336 Total

Participant Impact

  • up to
    18
    pounds of CO2
    have been saved
  • up to
    27
    plastic bottles
    not sent to the landfill
  • up to
    18
    miles
    traveled by foot
  • up to
    72
    gallons of water
    have been saved

Andrea's Actions

Health

Take Control

I will develop a plan with my medical professionals to achieve my best health and live my life to the fullest.

Completed
One-Time Action

Health

Go get a check up

I will make an appointment for my annual physical.

Completed
One-Time Action

Water

Use Reusable Bottles

I will use a reusable bottle and stop purchasing bottled water, saving 3 disposable plastic bottle(s) a day.

COMPLETED 9
DAILY ACTIONS

Water

Brush My Teeth Without Running Water

I will save up to 8 gallons (30 L) of water each day by turning it off while brushing my teeth.

COMPLETED 9
DAILY ACTIONS

Transportation

Walk Instead

I will walk 2 mile(s) per day instead of driving and avoid sending up to 2.1 lbs of CO2 into Earth's atmosphere.

COMPLETED 9
DAILY ACTIONS

Simplicity

Go for a Daily Walk

I will take a walk each day.

COMPLETED 9
DAILY ACTIONS

Simplicity

Work-Life Balance

I will not work more than 8 hour days each day to practice work-life balance.

COMPLETED 9
DAILY ACTIONS

Feed


  • Andrea Levendoski 3/08/2019 8:54 AM
    Fun Fact: The incubation temperature of green turtle eggs determines the animal’s sex, a warmer nest results in more females. Due to climate change and warming ocean temps this has led to an increase in female turtles being born. Though this may seem like exciting news given today is International Women's Day (go feminist turtles!) this means there are virtually no male turtles being born.

    Simple Math: 1 Female Turtle + 0 Male Turtle = 0 baby turtles. And no one wants to live in a world with 0 baby turtles.

    Source: (https://www.worldwildlife.org/stories/how-climate-change-is-turning-green-turtle-populations-female-in-the-northern-great-barrier-reef) 

  • Andrea Levendoski 3/07/2019 5:13 AM
    Sea turtles sometimes look like they are crying. These tears are from special glands that allow them to get rid of extra salt they get by living in salt water oceans.....or it could be because they're losing their habitat from ocean pollution. Don't make the turtles cry. 


  • Andrea Levendoski 3/06/2019 6:15 AM
     Some turtles are carnivores, others are herbivores, and some are omnivores. Many baby turtles start life as carnivores but grow to eat more plants as they mature - BUT NONE OF THEM EAT PLASTIC. Reduce, reuse, and recycle, people. 

  • Andrea Levendoski 3/05/2019 7:09 AM
    Changing over to reusable K Cups this upcoming week - will definitely test my time management skills in the morning but I'm doing it for the turtles! #teambabyturtles

  • Andrea Levendoski 3/04/2019 5:16 AM
    Brought in a reusable straw today - saving baby turtles one gulp at a time.