It used to be trendy to talk about the environment and declare our allegiance to going green. Now, with global warming becoming a mainstay in our lives and its seeming effects cropping up around the world, it has become a necessity.
Have you blogged about the environment? Share your posts.
My blog, Mommy Brain Reports has a weekly post about how to go Green! It's called Green Monday. Feel free to check it out, and I'd love to hear any comments or suggestions!!! I'm always looking for more ideas for helping out our planet! Thanks!
I have several posts that I did for PJ Mommy Community. Most of the posts are on what you can do to help - reducing mail, reuasable bags, light bulbs - mainly products that will help you start the journey. On Aug 4th, I am relaunching two of my blogs and on one we are having a giveaway for Change: A Starter Kit. We will be pushing green community.
One of the comments I get all the time is that going green is too expensive or looks homely. My new series, Green Rooms in a Box, is meant to disprove those misconceptions. Check out all the rooms in the series:
My second blog is called From Grey To Green and is entirely devoted to my journey into a more green lifestyle. With the crazy summer days, it hasn't gotten as much attention as I'd like to give it but that's soon to change!
I blog about greener and safer products on my site at times ... and I just did recently! My background (pre-babies) is environmental biology. So, I am totally into it. But, you definately don't have to have a degree to appreciate using safer products!
Here is my site: http://bizformomsonline.blogspot.com/
Every Wednesday I host Waste Less Wednesday where I show readers how to take everyday objects and turn them into something else. Today's topic was on using up the bits and pieces of crayons we all have. Check it out at http://life-with-less.blogspot.com.
Yes. When I blog, I generally blog about decluttering and organization because I'm an organizing expert. I've devised a method for organizing called GOPACK. It stands for Group Objects, Purge, Assign, Contain and Keep it up. Here's a link to two blog entries that have to do with detoxing and going green.
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