First of all, I think I’ve only seen one other Htown O&G money diary and it was a while back, so it was enjoyable to read a second one in such a poorly represented demographic. I specifically remember people gave her a lot of shit for using a metal straw but still working in energy. You seemed very Chick Fil A Back The Blue Shirt thoughtful and I thought it was really cool. That you use van pool and have a CSA and use your community garden. I think there’s a big disconnect between the general public and O&G despite how much everyone use fossil fuels and “disposable” plastics and seeing how nuanced someone working in energy can be is so important!
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Oh man, I relate to this diary so much, specifically to your struggle reconciling your values around sustainability with your work. I’m also a ChemE process engineer but I’m in TN working at a specialty chemical company. The company is definitely working on recycling, along with other sustainability efforts. I struggle with the business justification reasoning.However, on the personal level, the irony of buying reusable water. Bottles and metal straws with the “blood money” of a company making plastic is not lost on me. I guess I don’t really have any advice but I Chick Fil A Back The Blue Shirt wanted to let you know.