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Top 10 Posts of 2014: Reader’s Choice
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Top 10 Posts of 2014: Reader’s Choice

The end of the year is all about reflecting, eh?

With only hours left of 2014, we wanted to recap your favorite Green Philly posts (based off of popularity). Here’s the ones that grabbed your attention, without further ado:

Top 10 Green Philly Posts of 2014

10. The Shocking Truth about Lithe Method. I finally got on the Lithe Method bandwagon after all of the hype. Here’s what I found about the popular fitness routine.

9. 9 Low Cost & Free Philly Workouts: We love working out, but we hate spending a lot of money on a hot bod. Here’s 9 workouts that won’t thin your wallet.

8. Guide to Philly Beer Gardens 2014: Philly loves beer and drinking outside: no wonder the pop up gardens exploded this past summer. Check the list from 2014 to see how many you hit.

7. Goats in Laurel Hill Cemetery: Goats are awesome – and great for landscaping, too! Here’s a creative solution from a local landmark.

6. Honeygrow: Our intern Erin loved Honeygrow and talked with Justin Rosenberg about his fast-food eating craze.

5. Why is Philly So Dirty? What a better way to celebrate Earth Day than to discuss why Philly has such a dirty reputation?

4. Where to Recycle Used Books. We’re all guilty of hitting the used book sale and going crazy. Right. Right?!? Here’s where you can donate books to someone who will love them as much as you did.

3. Where to Donate Used Clothes: We all love a good spring clean. Or a fall clean. Or summer. Or winter. So make sure you’re giving your clothes to the right place.

2. Beth’s Oil Pulling Experience. Swishing oil in your mouth to clean your teeth? Beth tried it and people loved reading about it.

1. Healthy Food Trucks. What can we say? Philly loves food trucks and is on such a health kick.

We want to thank YOU for reading, tweeting and sharing our posts in 2014. We want to hear from you: What do you want to read in the new year? Tell us in the comments.

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Julie Hancher is Editor-in-Chief of Green Philly, sharing her expertise of all things sustainable in the city of brotherly love. She enjoys long walks in the park with local beer and greening her travels, cooking & cat, Sir Floofus Drake. View all posts by Julie Hancher

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