Chicago Med hasn’t quite been the same since Torrey DeVitto handed in her stethoscope and stepped away as Dr. Natalie Manning. Sure, we’ve loved the season’s new additions but we can’t help but admit we’ve been missing Med’s beloved Dr. Manning.
Since departing the show, Manning has been keeping quite busy working on new projects, traveling and spending time with her boyfriend, former Chicago Cubs pitcher David Ross. She’s been living her best life and we’ve been loving keeping up with her latest adventures via Instagram, where she keeps her followers engaged with new content.
While DeVitto is no stranger to turning heads with her amazing travel photos and new finds, her latest post is turning heads for a different reason.
Torrey DeVitto bikini shot raises awareness for going green
Celebrating Earth Day, DeVitto took to her Instagram post to share what she dubbed a “shameless thirst trap” designed to help spread awareness for a cause near and dear to her: protecting the environment!
“Shameless use of a thirst trap to get you to read some easy tips on ways you can reduce your carbon footprint in honor of Earth Day,” DeVitto captioned her Instagram gallery which featured a series of stunning and tasteful bikini shots.
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In hoping to use her platform to spread awareness for going green, DeVitto shared a variety of tips with her users via the Instagram post including simple efforts everyone can find ways to incorporate. These include:
- When you aren’t using lights, make sure to turn them off
- Unplugging appliances when not in use
- Conserve water when you can such as by taking quicker showers.
- Reducing meat consumption. Meatless Mondays anyone?
- Eat locally. ( Also supports your community!)
- Instead of going straight to fast fashion, start looking into sustainable fashion companies. There are so many these days!
- Reuse and recycle!
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