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Moms Going Green

Moms sharing ideas for going green without changing lifestyle drastically.

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Latest Activity: Jun 17

Becoming Earth Friendly Moms

Saving the planet without becoming obsessive about it.

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Comment by Christy on February 19, 2009 at 9:33pm
Hi Moms Going Green,
Thank you for your group and all the great resources.
I have recently started working with a friend to help promote her company, Kids Konserve. They offer reusable, waste-free, non-leaching lunch/snack products and awareness programs for schools. Jumpstart Earth Day with Kids Konserve.
www.kidskonserve.com
Thanks again for the group and look forward to learning more!
Comment by Felicia on February 18, 2009 at 8:25pm
Is anyone thinking about organic gardening yet? I've been reading several books on organic/natural bath and beauty products and I'm inspired to grow some ingredients. Did you know that you can GROW loofah sponges?? I've put together a list of easy-to-grow items on the thinkorganicbaby.com website. Let me know what you think please!
Comment by Sasha on February 11, 2009 at 6:55am
Hi! I am new to the group but so excited I found it!
Every Wednesday I have what I call "Green Wednesday" where I post steps on how to become greener...
Last week I did a book review and I would love to get comments on what do you think about it and also if there is any other book you recommend!
The previous Wednesday I posted Top 12 veggies you need to buy organic and the links to find a farmers market near you!
Today I would post on how to grow your own gardner!
I am very passionate about becoming a greener mom every day and I am happy I found a place where I can learn about it!
Have a fabulous day!

Everything Fabulous
Comment by Felicia on January 16, 2009 at 10:02pm
Hurray! and Wow! and Oh, great timing! Thanks Sis (bizziemommy.com) for introducing me to the MBC. This is just what I'm looking for! My cousin-in-law who lives far away (from me) is going to have a baby any day now. I want to get her something "green" and was thinking of cloth diapers. I have no idea though if she's even considering the idea. How can I bring it up without sounding like an Eco-snob? Or, should I just send one and see what happens?
Comment by Katrina on December 12, 2008 at 4:15pm
Hi ladies, new here but wanted to stop by and say hi! Im slowing trying to go green. I have started cloth diapering my son and also just got my new favorite girl thing.... the diva cup. I know.. not REALLY all that green but were working on it!
Comment by Mary Salvato on November 21, 2008 at 7:50pm
I am giving away a bottle of Essential Spray for the Home at my blog, from the Giving Essence! Winners choice of fragrance.

http://mommyland512.blogspot.com/2008/11/giving-essence-review-giv...
Comment by Mary Beth Rebedeau on November 14, 2008 at 2:58pm
Hi - what a great group! Thought you also might like to know about www.greenparentsnetwork.com - it's also a Ning site with lots of easy info - and green bloggers are most welcome! Have a great day - Mary Beth
Comment by Tiffiney (hippieprincess4) on August 12, 2008 at 1:19am
Hi! I am going more green everyday!! :)
 

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