Wow, there are so many interesting sites out there!

My husband and I have started a blog on how to live a greener lifestyle without changing your current lifestyle. I talk about day to day things, like recycling juice boxes and how to teach kids about doing things that are good for the environment, my husband posts articles about things like tax incentives, carbon offsets and tools for reducing your energy use.

We'd love to have more followers and hope that we could inspire people to do a few more simple things - besides, many things that are good for the environment also save you money!

http://www.greenlifestyleconsulting.com/
We're also on twitter at http://www.twitter.com/grnlifestyle/

Alicia
Mom to Ellie (5), Christor (5), Timmy (4 months)

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Hi! i'm following you now. Great blog! Lots of wonderful ideas. Here is mine:

http://www.organicmotherhoodwithcoolwhip.com/

Have a great week!

Naomi
I really like your blog. I posted a comment and will continue to check back for new posts :)
http://reflectionsofanavywife.blogspot.com/
My husband's a navy brat! I just followed your blog with google friend connect. We'll try to check in once in a while. It's so hard to read many blogs, esp with three kids! I don't know how some people do it!
I just followed your blog! I love info on anything green and organic. I would love the follow back and look forward to reading your blog!

http://littlebittyspicecakes.blogspot.com/

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