I’m writing this post as a Project Envolve™ Ambassador. I have not been compensated for this post, but I did receive the items shown below to facilitate energy savings in my home.
The approaching new year has me thinking about positive change. I’m welcoming new ideas, for sure, but also revisiting those things that are important to our family and strengthening our resolve to do better in 2014. Eating habits, exercise, living a little more consciously. We could use a brush up on all of those things. And now, as a Project Envolve Ambassador, I’m going to do just that with a REcommitment to saving energy every day! Continue reading
Hold on to your Santa hats, people. The ranting and raving is about to get out of control. Continue reading
Did you ever notice how one green step seems to lead to another? You start recycling bottles, then little by little, you find yourself with 6 different garbage cans. Or, you start with cloth diapers, and within months, you’ve got the entire family on “family cloth.” Ok, maybe not…but you get the idea. Sometimes one small change is all you need to get started on the path to the greater green good. Continue reading
“All that natural stuff is just marketing.”
“You’ve gotta die of something.”
“My kids eat/use/wear that, and they’re fine. Why don’t you live a little!”
I hear these things every day, along with so many others I won’t bother listing. When you make choices that are different than those of your friends and family, life can be…annoying. Tiring. You can feel a little isolated, unsupported. Tempted to throw in the towel.
And then you see something like this, and it all becomes clear again. Continue reading
I haven’t been THIS excited about new diaper prints in ….ever! I am loving every one of the four new GroVia prints. Here’s my absolute fave, Sweetgrass. Looking at that sweet little bum gives me the warm
fuzzies fluffies all over!
GroVia Hybrid Shell Diapers in all the new prints are available on Amazon.com.
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