Over the weekend I spoke with WTOP in Washington about why green New Year's resolutions are great for 2009. Last week, I wrote about green resolutions for the home, the office, your food, fashion and transportation - as well as a site that will help you keep those resolutions. Green resolutions are worthwhile for a few reasons. First, they'll help you maintain your financial resolutions by helping you save money, whether you try bicycle commuting or give your home an energy makeover. Second of all, most green resolutions are not that hard to do. This isn't on par with quitting smoking, or losing 50 pounds - it's turning off lights when you leave a room, and bringing reusable grocery bags.