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Go Green in 2014

Go Green in 2014

by Sarah



Here are a few ideas to help you Go Green in 2014!gogreen


1. Reusable Personal Care Products.

For all the same reasons to choose cloth diapers, choose the natural option for yourself! There are cups, like the Lunette shown here, or cloth pads. They are chemical-free and easy to use and will save you money in the long run!

2. Cloth Diapers.

Still not using cloth diapers? They’ve never been cuter than the now with new prints from BumGenius, GroVia, Blueberry and more.

3. Upcycled Clothing.

What’s cozier than cashmere? These upcycled cashmere/wool longies by Babee Greens ┬ácan be lanolized and worn over a fitted or simply used as pants. Each one is 100% unique and adorable.

4. Natural Cleaners.

There are so many options for cleaning without harsh chemicals. These products will make your home shine this year!

5. Natural Laundry.

Eco Nuts are a 100% natural cleaner made from nuts. Available in trial packs or larger sizes, try some today and see if they work for your laundry needs.

6. Reusable Trash Bags.

Planet Wise makes great wet bags, but their pail liners can also be used as reusable trash bags. The smaller size (shown above) fits perfectly into a small waste bin. Consolidate the waste and wash as needed.

7. Wool Dryer Balls.

Ditch the dryer sheets and try wool dryer balls. These help soften laundry and reduce drying time so you’re saving money and energy.

8. Reusable Dining.

From bottles to snack bags to sandwich wraps and more we have lots of options to keep your food contained without producing packaging garbage.


Remember it’s the little things that count! Make a New Year’s Resolution to change a few small things this year. You’ll help reduce your environmental impact and save yourself some green, too!

Are you planning a Greener 2014?

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