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10 Fun Earth Day Dating Ideas

Earth DayOn April 22nd the world will celebrate Earth Day. The awareness of Earth Day has grown dramatically since it was first started in 1970.

Now, we are taking it further and are honoring our earth all weekend long with ideas on where to take your date on this reminder to be eco-friendly.

According to PartyEarth.com, Earth Day is now celebrated by over one billion people in nearly 200 countries around the globe. They have a list of activities you can attend in a variety of cities around the world.

RELATED: Earth Day Study: Online Daters Find Eco-Friendly Dates a Turn-On

Here are some fun and romantic suggestions on what to do with your date on Earth Day Weekend, and all year long.

  1. Attend a cleanup of local bodies of water in your area.
  2. Plant a tree in a botanical garden.
  3. Go to a park and recite nature poems.
  4. Wear green and brown or Earth Day tee shirts.
  5. Cook a meal with organically grown vegetables.
  6. Turn off your cell phone and enjoy the moments together without technology.
  7. Go to a farmers market and pick our fresh vegetables.
  8. Go to a beach or park and have a picnic with organic wine and organic food.
  9. Go on a hike.
  10. Go stargazing.

Happy Earth Day to you and your loved ones.

How will you be celebrating Earth Day?

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Earth Day: Online Daters Find Environmentally-Friendly Singles a Turn-On

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If you’re single, it’s time to celebrate Earth Day on April 22nd and to remember to be kind to the environment, recycle, and pick up the litter while on a date.

In a study over over 100,000 dating profiles conducted by online dating site Zoosk, they found the majority (91%) of singles really do care about the environment, with 58% who said dating someone who cares about being eco-friendly an attractive quality. We feel the same and you hope you do too.

In the Zoosk Earth Day study, they asked 5,100 singles about their love for the environment, along with ecological attitudes about those they’d be interested in dating.

Nix the Trash on Earth Day and Every Day

When it comes to trash, if you’re one who litters, you probably won’t get a second date.

The study showed that 74% find littering a deal-breaker, with 81% finding littering an annoying habit. So if you see garbage on the ground, it’s wise to pick it up and toss it away properly, as the survey revealed that 59% of singles say picking up litter is sexy.

Zoosk provided a list of eco-friendly words to add to your online dating profile to get a greater response.

The most popular words to start using now to generate a response on your dating profile include: reuse, organic, environment, farmers market, nature, earth, tree, forest, outdoors, hippie, plant, and wildlife.

RELATED: 7 Days to Celebrate Earth Day With Your Date

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Favorite Green Date Ideas

Thinking about suggesting an environmental-friendly date? 

The most popular green date ideas that online daters like include: going to the beach, going on a picnic, stargazing, visiting a local farmers market, or going on a hike.

So it’s time to fill your date cards with those who care about our beautiful earth, as 78% of singles responded that they’d like to date someone who cares about the environment and 51% prefer to date someone who’s energy efficient.

Wishing you much love and joy on this Earth Day.

Julie Spira is America’s Top Online Dating Expert and Mobile Dating Expert.  She was an early adopter of Internet and mobile dating and has been coaching singles on finding love online for over two decades with her Irresistible Profiles dating programs.

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7 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day With Your Date

Earth DatOn April 22nd,  the world will celebrate Earth Day. The awareness of Earth Day has grown dramatically since it was first started in 1970. Now, we are taking it further and are honoring our earth all week long, so you can continue throughout the weekend.

According to PartyEarth.com, Earth Day is now celebrated by over one billion people in nearly 200 countries around the globe. They have a list of activities you can attend in a variety of cities around the world.

Here are some fun and romantic suggestions on what to do with your date on Earth Week

  1. Attend a cleanup of local bodies of water in your area.
  2. Plant a tree in a botanical garden.
  3. Go to a park and recite nature poems.
  4. Wear green and brown or Earth Day tee shirts.
  5. Cook a meal with organically grown vegetables.
  6. Turn off your cell phone and enjoy the moments together without technology.
  7. Go to a beach or park and have a picnic with organic wine and organic food.

ABC News has provided a list of freebies and specials for Earth Day here.

Happy Earth Day to you and your loved ones.

How will you be celebrating Earth Day?

Follow @JulieSpira for dating advice and sign up for the free Weekly Flirt newsletter.

Sustainable Soiree for Global Green – Byu-ti for the Planet

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Natasha Sunshine and Julie Spira at Byu-ti for the Planet

This month we will be celebrating The 40th anniversary of Earth Day.

My good friend Natasha Sunshine, owner of Byu-ti salon in Santa Monica, CA threw a soiree on April 11, 2010 to benefit?Global Green, USA.

You might recognize Global Green. It’s the charity that was supported by many celebrities at their 7th Annual Pre-Oscar? party, including James Cameron, Jessica Alba, and Serena Williams.

Guests dressed in green for the occasion and nibbled on a variety of organic chocolates and a specially designed vegan Earth Day menu prepared by Pollen Caterers.

Congratulations to Byu-ti salon and Your Daily Thread for organizing this event and creating awareness in the Los Angeles community.