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Friday

GO GREEN TIPS

GOING GREEN is not that hard. It's going green and STAYING green that's tough. I have some "GO GREEN TIPS" for homes and work that might help moms resist the urge to drift back into nasty environmentally UN friendly habits when stress on the job or in our daily lives makes going the extra mile for Mother Earth too time consuming or (horrors!) expensive.

Inside the home, there are two easy tips that if everybody would put to use would have a major impact on home energy savings and a reduction in our carbon footprint.

1. Wash your clothes in cold water

2. Stop the dishwasher before it goes into the dry cycle

You can manage either of these Go Green tips for your home by pushing a button!

That's the kind of energy saving, environmentally thing that is so very easy to do and if you're a busy mom, sometimes baby steps is the best we can do. The thing is that baby steps are just the beginning. I started out with the little things and then dedicated myself to learning and utilizing more green living practices along the way and that works for me! My current goal is to pass my desire to clean up the environment to my children so if you have some green parenting tips, please take a minute and share them.

2 comments:

LongLeggedLife said...

I wanted to say Kudos on the site. My child just turned 2, and I aldreay have started the "Reduce, reuse, recycle" policy with her. Now that she is 2 & learning more, I plan to turn this into a game along with clean-up time. Now, idk how this is going to go since she's 2, but maybe that would be a starting point for some older children.

Megan said...

Fantastic site! My family and I have just moved to Kingscliff we have 4 kids, and have made some really great changes, we compost and recycle grow a lot of our own herbs and veges! I love it! My kids are right into it too, love hearing more tips and advice thanks!