*taptap* is this thing on

Jun. 14th, 2017 11:42 am
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I have noticed that a lot of advice for green living assumes the person wishing to live greener has no significant disabilities.

Case in point: cooking myself a crockpot full of jambalaya is greener than ordering Domino's—consider the delivery driver's carbon footprint, where buying the jambalaya ingredients is just part of my ordinary grocery trip—but I have been trying to pull together the spoons and executive function to put together the jambalaya since Sunday when I bought the ingredients. Someone without my particular confluence of disabilities would have much less difficulty with this process, and if I order Domino's now then at least I'll get food in my face sometime today.

(I don't know how many of you are familiar with spoon theory or with the concept of executive function?)

I am wondering if any of you can recommend resources for green living tailored to disabled people.

mods, I have no idea what existing tags are appropriate—sorry!

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