You leave your shoes (and pesticides) at the door.
Your recycling center is in plain sight for all to see.
Peroxide replaces Clorox.
There is food growing in your home.
You have Bamboo-zled your way out of plastic cooking utensils.
Pyrex is your new Tupperware.
Your pantry is devoid of labels from buying in bulk.
Your microwave is unplugged.
Books on preserving food round out your cookbook collection.
Homemade shares the shelf with store bought.
Paper towels no longer live under your sink.
You use vinegar by the gallon.
Root Cellaring, Raising Poultry Successfully, and Home Energy Savings make an appearance on your book shelf.
Sewing machine, bread maker, and pressure canner top you gift wish list.
Your friends and family actually start giving you these things wrapped in reusable bags instead of wrapping paper.
You have to turn on the power strip before you can use anything.
Plants purify your air.
You use curtains to keep your house cool instead of the air conditioner.
You do not have carpet.
You do not even have enough plastic bags to fill the fancy holder for them.
You have a clothesline outside and in the basement.
You just might find a use for these one day.
There is a sea sponge, pumice stone, and safety razor hanging in your shower.
You have his and hers toothpastes.
Your towels and toilet paper are not as soft as they used to be.
The contents of your medicine cabinet belong in the kitchen.
You went from having a happy period to being a Diva!