Nanny to Mommy: Enter to WIN FOUR Glasstic Water Bottles during the #GreenResolutions Giveaway Hop! Ends 1/31



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Thursday, January 15, 2015

Enter to WIN FOUR Glasstic Water Bottles during the #GreenResolutions Giveaway Hop! Ends 1/31

Thank you to Glasstic for the products to provide this post. All opinions are my own.

Green Resolutions Giveaway Hop

Welcome to the Green Resolution Giveaway Hop!
We want to help encourage you to make resolutions to live healthier and more eco-friendly lives this New Year! After entering my giveaway for a 4-pack of Glasstic Shatterproof Glass Bottles (Retailed at over $80), be sure to hop around and enter all of the other giveaways listed on the linky at the bottom of this post for your chance to win more fun stuff that will help you go green and live a more healthful, eco-friendly lifestyle in 2015.

10 Reasons To Invest In A Glasstic Glass Water Bottle!


If you read my 2015 Resolutions post, I shared what was in my work out bag. And I have included the BPA Free, Reusable, Durable, Shatterproof Glasstic Water Bottle! I love that it can be for more than just water though, including shakes and smoothies. I trust this product so much that it won't break, I let my 4 year old use t all the time. As a breastfeeding mama, it is a staple for me where ever I go. Since it is shatterproof and I need to drink a TON of water, this is my PERFECT accessory.
 
 
 
I am excited to offer one very lucky Nanny to Mommy reader the opportunity to win a 4-pack of Glasstic's newest designs! Buy Now on Amazon. Giveaway open to US only, must be 18+ to enter.
 
 
 

 
Be sure to enter the grand prize giveaway! One winner will receive a prize package from Arcadia Power and Lyfe Tea -  a $255.95 value! Enter here.



Disclosure: This contest will run through January 31, 2015 at 8:59 pm PST (11:59 pm EST). Winners are chosen via Random.org, ALL winning entries ARE verified. The winner will be notified by email they signed up with and will have 48 hours to reply or another winner will be chosen. No purchase necessary. US entries only. Must be 18 years or older to win. The sponsors provided me with free samples of these products to review, and I was under no obligation to review them if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or sponsor a product giveaway in return for the free product. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. You understand that you are providing your information to Nanny to Mommy and not to Facebook. Please note that Nanny to Mommy, Happy Mothering, Easy Green Mom, Brittleby's Corner, the Green Moms Network, and the Naturally Healthy event bloggers are not responsible for sponsors that do not fulfill their prizes. We have represented each sponsor with the expectation they will fulfill their prize and in a timely manner. We will contact the sponsor regarding your prize. The sponsors, in most cases, are shipping their items to you directly. I will make every effort to assist you in obtaining your prize. If there is an issue with a sponsor, please notify Nanny to Mommy at Diana.n.chastain@gmail.com within 4-6 weeks for assistance, after that we may be unable to assist you.

115 comments:

  1. Melissa George1/15/2015 09:08:00 AM

    My green resolution this year is to use paper bags than use plastic as plastic causes a lot of environmental waste.

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  2. I have started to make my own cleaning products and I have also started using essential oils. I would love to start using either a menstrual cup or cloth pads.

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  3. My resolutions were to eat healthier and save money. I plan to green it by creating less waste. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  4. I am going to use reusable bags in my kids lunches, and try not to have so much pre-packaged and wasteful foods. The email I check most often is fossil316@aol.com

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  5. I want to eat healthier & use containers for other purposes.

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  6. My resolution is to eat breakfast and take it with me in a bento box! Less waste!

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  7. In 2015, I plan to get better organized and to get better at recycling!!

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  8. My resolution is to cook more and eat more non-gmo and organic food.

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  9. I really want to start making healthier dinners for my family. I plan to keep it green by shopping local at our farmer's market.

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  10. My New Years resolution is to have more faith, keep my family healthy

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  11. Sonya Sanderson1/15/2015 11:51:00 PM

    I want to save money, and I'll start with the electric bill. Turn off lights & unplug appiances when not in use.

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  12. To be honest, I did not make any resolutions this year. However, my goals for our family this year are to eat healthier as a family, especially less sugar, processed food & more fruits & veggies.

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  13. my green resolution was to start making from scratch more often. i already make a ton from scratch, but we're kicking it up a notch by making all bread at home, for example. next up i am tackling english muffins, and bagels!

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  14. I will be using essential oils more for cleaning and my families health!

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  15. Cassandra Huber1/16/2015 12:06:00 PM

    My green resolution is to switch to mama cloth.

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  16. My New Years resolution is to go back to school and finish my education. Since the school is less than 5 miles away I plan on riding my bike. I have been practicing the ride just to make sure I can do it.

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  17. My goal is to eat healthier this year. I am also trying to eat more organic we already do but not enough.

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  18. I want to use less plastic at home. We're also going to use more reusable cloths and fewer napkins and paper towels.

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  19. My green resolution is for my family to eat more fresh fruits and vegetables, so I will be planting a small garden this year and shopping more at the Farmer's Market. I take my own cloth bags there and to the grocery store which is better for the environment than plastic bags.

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  20. My goal is to lose a few pounds...one thing I can do is eat more fresh fruits and vegetables which will also result in less packaging materials being thrown out at my house!

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  21. My resolution is to get fit so I have more energy.

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  22. My resolution is to eat healthier this year. I plan to do this by eating more "real" food and less processed food.

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  23. I got a treadmill for Christmas so I've been working out more and eating a lot healthier this year.

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  24. One of my resolutions was to get creative in the kitchen- which I hope to do with fresh produce/meats :)

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  25. My resolution is to walk more! Being green by using the car less!

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  26. My goal is to give more and weigh less! I am exercising more and finding ways to do random acts of kindness!

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  27. I want to start cook more in the new year! I plan on being green by making an effort to purchase local fruits and veggies to use in recipes.

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  28. My resolution is actually to drink more water. I am going to "green" it by not buying any more plastic bottles!

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  29. I don't typically make resolutions, but I would like to start a compost pile and put up a clothesline.

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  30. I have quite a few green resolutions for this year! We do a lot of 'green living' already. But I wanted to enlarge my garden this year, can! the food, move to glass bottles, buy less 'things', use more reusable snack bags. Up the organic meats!

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  31. I want to eat healthier and buying more organic food.

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  32. My resolution is to take care of my health better. I plan to eat more veggies and organic foods.

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  33. I don't make resolutions, but I am working toward being more organized and efficient, and those are truly both "green" things. If I can eliminate any wastefulness in my life, that is helping us use less, purchase less, make less waste.

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  34. My resolution is to quit smoking and eat healthy this year.

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  35. I plan to get healthier. My plan is to eat more organic this year.

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  36. One of my resolutions (really an ideal) because I don't make resolutions is to get rid of our plastic glasses, storage containers and the like and replace them with glass, especially for our water bottles, and to stop using the plastic bags from the store.

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  37. I want to really eliminate plastic in the kitchen!

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  38. My resolution is to phase out my household plastics and toxic chemicals. I need to find a safer way to store my water and leftovers.

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  39. One of my resolutions is to get rid of unneeded and unwanted items in my home. The best way to "green it" is to donate as much as I can. I will be recycling anything that I can not donate.

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  40. I want to eat healthier and buy less boxed/ packaged items.

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  41. My new years resolution was to cook a new recipe every week and the way I can green it is by making sure we eat all the leftovers as lunch so as not to waste food.

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  42. My New Years Resolution was to eat better. I can green it by not buying packaged fast foods, and waste gas in drive thur windows.

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  43. I want to ditch the plastics and eliminate as much processed food as possible.

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  44. I plan on buying less processed foods.

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  45. Planning to drink more eat and use more natural products every day.

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  46. Jessica Haynes1/19/2015 07:43:00 PM

    One of my resolutions has been to decrease our overall footprint, like through using less electricity.

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  47. my resolution was to find a new job, I hope to be close to home to be more green

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  48. I want to plan out my days better to maximize my time with the kids and have some time to exercise, drink water, etc for myself. (I'm making the baby food for my 8 month old; no glass or plastic containers to recycle/toss)

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  49. We are switching to stainless steel and glass, and trying out cloth diapering for our newborn this year to be more green!

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  50. My resolution is to cook more meals at home, real meals, and while doing that learn how to use healthy, organic, whole foods!

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  51. I am making cloth and burlap bags to take to the grocery store and on other errands to keep from using plastic bags. My son is going to plant vegetables this year in the community garden we started last year.

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  52. My goal was to find new "green" practices before our new baby arrives in June (:

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  53. My goal this year was to eat healthier so as a part of that plan I have a new garden we're starting this summer, I'm so excite to have fresh veggies!

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  54. My resolution this year was to eat healthier and be more active (and with my child being on the verge of walking I'm sure I'll be active chasing after her soon!). I've been looking into different re-usable options for packing food (for snacks out and making ahead for at home) so that I don't use so many plastic baggies and plastic wraps and such.

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  55. My resolution this year is to save more and spend less aside from my yearly fitness goals. I've been reusing items in the household rather than using things once and throwing them away.

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  56. My goal is to make a compost this year

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  57. My resolution is to eat healthier. We also plan to start a garden this year.

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  58. I did not make one this year-I can never seem to keep them!

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  59. I'm not really a resolution person, but greening up our lives has been something we're working on continually.

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  60. My 'resolution' I guess would be to stay healthy. I'm adding essential oils to my arsenal and making sure I use my own bags when shopping.

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  61. My resolution for this year is to learn Spanish. I plan on keeping my year green by using cloth grocery bags and re-purposing more items.

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  62. My resolution is to use cloth diapers more on our little girl.

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  63. I am putting an emphasis on using bulk products to avoid excess packaging.

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  64. Cook more - less relying on take-out. And part of that will be finally getting over my fear of pressure-canning.

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  65. I am trying to get more organized and declutter which will result in less waste and being more efficient in every day life!

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  66. I don't really make resolutions, but I do try to live green all the time. We have solar panels on our house, we recycle everything we can, and we reuse our grey water to water our plants.

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  67. This is the first year I didn't come up with any resolutions! I am just going to keep doing what I am doing. Life is good!

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  68. I'm going to continue my recycling and composting to eliminate my trash for the dump. I plan to add glass recycling routine, even if I need to drop it off.

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  69. I am trying to green it by trying to use natural remedies for household cleaners instead of chemicals.
    heymissvirginia at embarqmail dot com

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  70. I don't really make resolutions, I just hope to have a healthier, happier year. I'll be trying to be green by recycling more, continuing to use more reusable items and actually grow a garden this year.

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  71. I didn't have a specific resolution, but I'm always looking to be "greener." Thanks!

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  72. i have started making my own laundry saop but i dont have a resoulution

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  73. My resolution is to eat healthier and by eating less processed foods I am making it green by decreasing the waste/trash I put into landfills

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  74. My "green" resolution is to find more ways to "green" up my household chores... cleaning products, kitchen storage solutions, etc.

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  75. I'm recycling even more than I was already!

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  76. I have been making some of my cleaning products myself instead of buying so many chemical cleaners. crystalsheckles@windstream.net

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  77. My resolution was to drink more water for my health. I plan on greening it up by using water bottles like the one that is in this giveaway

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  78. My resolution this year is to start using cloth wipes. I've been using cloth diapers for a while, but somehow never made the switch for my wipes!

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  79. My green resolution is to plant more flowers in the spring.

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  80. I have no resolutions this year, they just make me feel like a failure. That said I green it every day! I guess my biggest hope for the New Year is that my hubby will do better about taking bags with him to the grocery store instead of always getting the plastic bags.

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  81. my goal is to replace plastic with glass or stainless steel.

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  82. My resolution is to eat healthier, so to green it I'll use reusuable water bottles and coffee cups.

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  83. My resolution was to find a job. Not sure how to green that up. But until I find a job, I'm trying to save money. I think being green & saving money go hand-in-hand. So I'll continue to cloth diaper, I'm going to make my own diaper wipes, and make my own baby food for my little. I think all of those are pretty green, :)

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  84. My resolutions is to get in better shape and exercise more.

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  85. My resolution is to exercise 3 times a week and my green resolution to use to use reusable bags to shop and to never accept plastic bags again.

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  86. My resolution is to use less water in my showers.

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  87. My green resolution was tp make my homemade non-toxic cleaners for my home, they are so easy to make and cost effective.

    Desiree Dunbar
    desireedunbar@hotmail.com

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  88. I am going to try to save water by redoing how I use the hoses in my garden.

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  89. We are making the switch from Plastic to Glass to have less exposure to chemicals!

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  90. My resolution is to reduce my footprint by using more reusable products!

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  91. My New Year’s Resolution is not to look back on 2014 with any regrets and to move forward into 2015 with a clean slate looking for adventure and new opportunities. My plan to “Green It” is to make sure our family recycles everything we possibly can. We now have three recycling bins, one for bottles and cans, one for newspapers, and one for cardboard. We no longer buy water or anything else in plastic bottle because we each have bottles that we can take our water or whatever beverage we want with us. We also make sure we never go shopping without our own bag so that we do us any plastic bags from the grocery or department stores.

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  92. My green New Year's resolution is to set up a humanure composting toilet!

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  93. I will go greener on everything in home from beauty to household to clothing.

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  94. no resolutions for 2015, but we always try to be conservative with water, using natural products etc.

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  95. My resolution was to put up money for a vacation. I'm recycling and also started car pooling.

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  96. I want to try and use reusable straws

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  97. My Resolution this year is to Recycle more.


    freebiegoddess03@aol.com

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  98. My resolution is to try to get the budget under control. We are greening it by using less paper products and recycling as many things as we can.

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  99. I planned to and have been using reusable jars and bags to do my bulk grocery shopping.

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  100. My only resolution this year is to get our basement finished. We are trying to use some recycled materials and we're working on getting a lot of second hand goods to get things done!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

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  101. My goal is to declutter. I plan to sell, donate, or recycle everything I can so it doesn't end up at the dump.

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  102. My main one is to get organized and declutter. I am either reselling or donating anything that is usable via different avenues to achieve this.

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  103. my resolution is to be more organized and i plan on recycling and re purposing.

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  104. I am making a resolution to spend more time with my family. We can green it, by making meals at home together.
    Sadie B.

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  105. I plan to recycle everything possible in our house
    my new year resolution was to be a more patient person

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  106. My green resolution this year is to try cloth pads instead of regular pads at least once this year! I haven't done it yet but I have a whole lot of year left!

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  107. My green resolution is to switch to reusable grocery bags.

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  108. t continue to use cloth diapers and any other ways I find that I make a positive change

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  109. We started a compost pile in the backyard to use up kitchen scraps and cardboard/newspaper to stop them going into the landfill.
    Samantha

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  110. I plan on doubling the size of my veggie garden this year, and to freeze and dry some for winter.

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  111. Alisha Sienkiel1/31/2015 07:35:00 PM

    I plan to buy more organic foods.

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  112. I don't make resolutions, just don't believe in them, honestly. However, I plan to "green" things up by using reusable bags, greener cleaning products - more like using vinegar instead of regular products.

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  113. I actually switched my kiddos drinking glasses to glass already and hope to switch our water bottles as well. Thanks for the opportunity and info.

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  114. My resolution this year is to get my chronic pain better managed. I'm not sure how I can make that more green. I guess by drinking more water, which would be by not using plastic bottles, and using bottles like these instead. :)

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