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All buildings are now required to have an ocean mural of some sort on them.
The living world is mostly water and so are you. If you're not a member of a blue group, be one now.
When you travel, make sure it counts: see the wild, find yourself.
Get your BLUE MIND on frequently--daily, if possible--wherever you are.
Eat fewer ocean animals and more blueberries, blue cheese, blue potatoes, and blue corn.
Give someone a blue marble at least once a week and spread random acts of blue gratitude.
Embrace your inner BLUE MIND ocean bling sparkle shimmer shine wherever you go.
Pledge to make your next car one that doesn't run on petroleum.
Do good. Be clean. Smell like the ocean (and save a baby turtle).
If you're not sure, pause.
Tip the ocean. Did you enjoy the sea this year? Give something back (thanks).
Above all, live like you love the ocean.
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