Scott Naturals Giveaway: Your Fave Green Tip: 2 Winners!

According to industry surveys focusing on ‘green’ household products usage, as many as 86 percent of consumers have expressed an interest, with 41 percent saying they are very interested in using green products at home.

To help these consumers take that “green step” at home, Kimberly-Clark Corporation created Scott Naturals – a family of bath tissue, towels, napkins and flushable wipes that deliver quality, performance and environmental benefits, at a good value.

The idea behind these products is that it’s green done right, and for affordable prices. To that end New Media Strategies sent us some products to try. The toilet paper and napkins both surprised me with their quality and lack of recycled feel. I like to help out the environment and would definiately buy these at the store if the price was comparable. The paper towels I wasn’t that impressed with as they felt a little too harsh for my soft hands! All in all though I was happy with the line of products and happier yet that they’re an affordable green alternative.

The folks over at Scott have given me some to giveaway. You’ll win: Scott Naturals gift bags which includes a reusable tote filled with SCOTT Naturals product coupons, a reusable water bottle, green light bulbs, and cleaning products from Clorox Green Works. There will be TWO winners!

**So how do you win? All you’ve got to do is leave a comment below telling me your favourite green tip.
**Want more ways to win? Each of these need a separate comment to be counted!
Blog about the contest on your site or tweet or Facebook about it and lemme know. That’s THREE more entries!!!
** Want yet one more way? Subscribe to my email feeds or follow me. If you’re already a subscriber and you tell me, you get an extra entry. If you’re not, subscribe and then lemme know to get an extra entry!

Contest closes on Sunday October 11th at midnight and the winner will be picked randomly (by and announced on Monday October 12th. Don’t forget to leave a way for me to contact you!

I blog with integrity: I was not monetarily compensated to try this product but was given it for free and am offering one to my readers.


  1. Gardening and energy efficient light bulbs!

    kathryneriffel at sbcglobal dot net

  2. I already subscribe to yoru emails.

    kathryneriffel at sbcglobal dot net

  3. Use CFLs whenever possible.

  4. Using reusable shopping bags, and sometimes you get money back for using them.

  5. I like to reuse the plastic containers food comes in for a variety of things. For example, yogurt & pudding cups are great for starting seedlings in the spring. (I gently poke a hole in the bottom of the container with a nail to prevent the delicate seedlings from being water logged.) Larger ones (such as from whipped cream) can even be "pots" for my container garden on my porch! Another favorite is to use leftover Parmesan cheese containers to store everything from little toys like my daughter's Barbie shoes & tiny accessories or my son's legos to organizing the nails, screws, nuts, & bolts in the garage. (: The great thing about the Parmesan cheese containers is that they are usually see through and you can easily see the contents and then just as easily scoop all the little things back into it! (:

  6. Instead of using my brakes a lot, I just coast!

  7. Here is my fave green tip for refrigerators: It's easy for those dials to get knocked out of whack by oversized tubs of leftovers or marauding children or houseguests, so make sure you have the temperature set optimally in your appliances.

    You should consult with your manufacturer, but in general the EPA recommends keeping refrigerators at 37 degrees F and freezers at 3 degrees. Anything colder is probably overkill, and a waste of energy.

    That's important, because refrigerators and freezers use about a sixth of home electricity.

    If you are not sure if the internal temps are actually correct? Place a weather thermometer inside to check the temperature and adjust the dials until you get the desired results.

    My e-mail:

  8. one little green tip: i order a lot of things online, and instead of throwing out all those boxes and styrofoam peanuts, i post them on freecycle from time to time. someone else always wants them!

    j_bdules at hotmail

  9. We use reusable bags when we shop at supermarkets.
    raceracegirl at yahoo dot com

  10. I'm a subscriber.

  11. I use baking soda and a toothbrush to remove soap scum in my fiberglass bathtub. It comes out shiny and super clean!

  12. I subscribe, you can use vinegar, dish soap and water for a great all purpose cleaner, I find it cost effective and good at getting up grime.

  13. If you buy bottled pop make sure to cut apart the plastic ring holder. You don't want that to get stuck around an animals neck. Also use reusable bags each time you shop. Super easy and way cuter than plastic ones.


  14. (email is easily seen in my profile)

    My fave green tip is to remove clothes from the dryer halfway through and hang. I have been doing this for years. Saves energy, money, and that's all good for the environment. No extra hot air being pumped into the atmosphere either.

  15. I posted your giveaway on my Facebook page Carol P Dziuba

  16. email subscriber

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  18. My favorite green tip is to buy and use cloth shopping bags. Keep them with you so they will always be available for a spur of the moment bargain hunting trip.

    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

  19. I am an e-mail subscriber.

    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

  20. I have very little 'trash' but a mountain of recycling each week…I recycle everything.

  21. I like to use the backs of my kid's homework to print my coupons.

  22. Attila & Tamara says:

    I love making my own yogurt. I save about 50% plus no plastic to throw away!
    I'm also switching to cloth diapers.

  23. Attila & Tamara says:

    I became a subscriber!

  24. Deanna Brueggert says:

    I only buy "green" TP and paper towels since they started coming out and some of my cleaning products are "green" too. Energy saving light bulbs are great on saving money also!

  25. I use baking soda and water to clean stains out my carpets.

  26. I am a subscriber by email.

  27. I am a follower.

  28. I use energy efficient light bulbs and take my own bags to the grocery store. I also recycle.

  29. I am a subscriber!

  30. My favorite green tip is to recycle. We recyle every piece of paper, plastic, glass, etc…that we can.
    I have also started using "green" cleaning products. I only run the dishwasher when it is full, and only do laundry when I have large loads. Thanks for the review and giveaway!

  31. I subscribe via email

  32. I have a dehumidifier in the basement and I empty the water into my wash machine. It helps save on some of the water costs.

  33. says:

    Start a compost pile in your backyard and refill those small plastic waterbottles with tap water

  34. Sailors_Wife says:

    I use reusable bags and compact florecent light bulbs in my house!

    charlotte.harloff at gmail dot com

  35. Sailors_Wife says:

    I already subscribe to your RSS feed with Google Reader!

    charlotte.harloff at gmail dot com

  36. Heidi Richardson says:

    I have 2 little girls that have a lot of spills and I was throwing out a ton of paper napkins. So one day I had a thought…I had an abundance of terry wash cloths so I decided to gather all of the white and cream colored ones and use them as napkins on my table. They save me $ becuase I don't buy paper napkins anymore, they are way better at cleaning up spills, and I wash them when they get all used and soiled, and no more napkins in the landfills. I keep about 10 of them in rotation, stacked on the kitchen table. The kids like them way better too.

  37. We have our own organic garden and bring our own shopping totes!

  38. Already a subscriber!

  39. We don't use paper towels very often. Instead, I keep an old shoebox with holey socks and t shirts that are too worn. We use these to clean instead. Thanks for the giveaway!

  40. I like to use the hot water left in my water-bath canner after canning to kill weeds along the sidewalk.

    I'd love to win the drawing!


  41. I started using reusable shopping totes. It keeps all of those throw-away ones out of landfills.

  42. Mrs. Rachel says:

    Best green tip ever: If you aren't using it, turn it OFF!

  43. I only buy "green" cleaners – not only better for the planet but no more headaches from cleaning fumes or funny tasting residue on my dishes!


  44. Anonymous says:

    We recycle EVERYTHING!!!

  45. Terra Jones says:

    We use cloth anywhere we can. Cuts down on SO much waste!


  46. Jennifer Josleyn says:

    We stopped buying paper napkins and now use cloth napkins. We also grow our own vegetables and switched to energy saving lightbulbs.

  47. Beth Larrabee says:

    Recycle and reuse items!

  48. WE use green light bulbs and we commonly use of Tshirt rags instead of paper towels.

  49. I am also a subscriber!

  50. Reusable shopping bags – and turning off the lights/fans when you leave the room. Basic, but surprisingly uncommon!
    justine.sittema at gmail dot com

  51. i subscribe!
    justine.sittema at gmail dot com

  52. SheilaBee says:

    I keep a recycling center in the garage for anything recyclable. Makes it easier to recycle.

  53. Anonymous says:

    Dry your clothes outdoors on a clothesline. Nothing smells quite as wonderful as bed sheets dried in the sun on a breezy day!

  54. I bought an energy efficient washer, but learned my cool new dryer doesn't really save that much more. On nice days, I hang out my clothes on the line.

    tutucuteforme (at) hotmail (dot) com

  55. Take reusable bags to the store.

  56. Reusable shopping bags and remembering to take them to the store! When I start a new grocery list, I write "BAGS" at the top. It works.

  57. My tip is recycle, recycle, recycle! And if your local wast management company does not currently offer curbside recycling, keep suggesting it to them! Don't give up!!!

  58. coliebear says:

    We use reusable grocery bags.

  59. been using fluorescent light bulbs for over 12 years

  60. I subscribed

  61. Pretty basic. but visit the library rather than buying books.

  62. Recycle aluminum cans. You can make extra money while helping the environment.

  63. email subscriber

  64. David Johnson says:

    Recycle and take the bus, thanks.

  65. Wash clothes in cold water, and hang them out to dry!
    hi_joan_elliott at hotmail dot com

  66. I wash clothes in cold water and hang them out to dry

  67. The easiest green thing I do is to recycle. My whole family gets involved.

  68. Replace all your bulbs with the energy saving type.

  69. I'm a subscriber.

  70. I'm a follower.

  71. Replace light bulbs with energy efficent ones.

  72. We buy recycled paper for the printer and for notepads. It saves trees and it is the same as regular paper

  73. Sharon Harmon says:

    My favorite green tip is reusable shopping bags made out of cloth.
    Happy Fall!

  74. Turn off lights when you aren't in a room and unplug appliances when you aren't using them.

  75. Using less water and electricity and using cloth bags.

    annabell_lee_dk (at)

  76. Wash windows with crumpled up newspaper and white vinegar/water

  77. We avoid buying things packaged in non-recyclable styrofoam. We also bring our own bags when we shop.

  78. My favorite green tip is easy but would make a world of difference- USE YOUR OWN BAGS WHEN SHOPPING. Take time to look at all the bags ppeople us in 1 hour coming out of one grocery store. How sad!

  79. i switched to all engery efficent light bulbs, and i have noticed a drop in my electric bill!!

  80. My favorite green thing that I do is organic gardening and composting.
    oheeyore at hotmail dot com

  81. email subscriber
    oheeyore at hotmail dot com

  82. blog follower
    oheeyore at hotmail dot com

  83. We stopped using paper napkins and now use pretty cloth ones.

  84. marthajane says:

    My favorite green (and moneysaving) tip is BUY USED. You are keeping stuff out of the landfill AND not contributing to the manufacture of new items. Everything we have doesn't need to be brand spanking new!

  85. littlelatina says:

    I like the green version

  86. My favorite green tip is "do without". No joke. I have found that about 80% of my purchases are unnecessary. Stop buying stuff. Better for you. Better for the planet.
    Alicia Webster

  87. I subscribe via E-mail
    Alicia Webster

  88. calicokid says:

    Use energy efficient appliance and light bulbs.

    dirtyprettylibertine at hotmail dot com

  89. Anonymous says:

    Turn off TV's and computers when not being used. It sounds like a small thing but both items are the two biggest items that take up most of your electricity bill.


  90. Instead of setting the central air to 70 degrees we now set it at 76 degrees. We stay cool, but save some energy.

  91. We have started using energy efficient bulbs which feels great! Thanks for the chance.

  92. I re-use plasticware from fast food restaurants.

    rsbryswrrl at gmail dot comz

  93. Stephanie says:

    buy stainless stell water bottles for the whole family to stop the plastic bottle abuse
    tvollowitz at aol dot com

  94. samsakara says:

    Buy reusable grocery bags instead of using the plastic ones you get from the store.

  95. Recycle and use CFL lightbulbs.

  96. scarlette10 says:

    we always purchase "energy saving" appliances when we need to replace anything

  97. recycle, reuse and energy saver light bulbs

  98. Janna @ Feed Your Pig says:

    we have stopped buying bottled water

    Thanks for entering me! Great Contest!

    Janna Johnson

  99. I stopped using plastic bags at the store.

  100. Carolyn G says:

    Unplug all unnecessary appliances or lights. That can save you substantial energy throughout the year.

  101. Carolyn G says:


  102. We take our own bags to the store so no more plastic.

  103. I follow on twitter

  104. I find new owners for good stuff I don't need instead of throwing it in the trash.

  105. Anonymous says:

    I've given up the expensive and toxic toilet bowl cleaners and now use either borax or vinegar and lemon juice (just periodically for that because of high acidity)!

    sksweeps at earthlink dot net

  106. Subscribe by email

  107. My favorite green tip is to turn off the a/c and open the windows to cool ocean breezes.

  108. We only use cold water to wash our clothes. We hang dry most all laundry as well. We do not use the drying feature on our dishwasher. We only run the dishwasher when FULL.. and much more. 😀

    THANK YOU! atraditionalsurro at comcast dot net

  109. My favorite green tip: Leave your wallet at home. That way, you won't buy things impulsively and you'll keep those "purchasing mistakes" out of the landfills. Thanks so much for the chance to win the Scott Naturals prize pack! (krstrpp at hotmail dot com)

  110. Anonymous says:

    Favorite green tip:
    Recycle empty cosmetic bottles/jars at any Origins store or counter!

    chrisny2 ~at~ aol dot com

  111. I subscribe

  112. We use cfls in our home and use the plastic wipes containers for all sorts of organizing. They are perfect for matchbox cars, crayons, markers, mini playdough, beads and gems (held in old medicine bottles).
    Many of them stack nicely on shelves and labeled. Keeps the play area organized as well.

  113. My mantra: Recycle, reuse, reduce.

  114. Anonymous says:

    I save the water from my dehumidifier and use it wo wash workclothes.

  115. The easiest thing to do nowadays is just basic recycling. If we could get everyone on board for that, we'd be very ahead!

  116. Sometimes I wash my hair with baking soda and water and conditions with apple cider vinegar.


  117. I tweeted:


  118. Blog follower.


  119. I use LED light bulbs, wash my clothes only in cold water, use reusable grocery bags, get my produce from a CSA, and recycle everything I can!


  120. I am an email subscriber.


  121. 1: I just Facebooked about your giveaway!


  122. 2: I just Facebooked about your giveaway!


  123. 3: I just Facebooked about your giveaway!


  124. msrodeobrat says:

    i wash my clothes in cold water and hand them up to air dry instead of using the dryer

  125. Anonymous says:

    I bring my own cloth bags with me, when grocery shopping, to help out.

    May Schultz

  126. Anonymous says:

    I reuse plastic ziploc bags whenever possible.

  127. I use a rain barrel to collect and redistribute rain water for all of my out door and indoor watering


  128. scottsgal says:

    we switched over to CFL's and use reusable shopping bags

    msboatgal at

  129. says:

    backyard composting

  130. Use old newspapers instead of landscape cloth under the mulch in your garden. Tear the papers into strips, wet and lay them on the ground. You'll save money and you'll be returning the paper to the earth…and blocking weeds. It's a green trifecta. asthenight at gmail dot com

  131. I am a new email subscriber…thanks,

  132. I buy used items to save resources

  133. Anonymous says:

    Grow my own veggies use nespaper under the wood chips in my flower garden, no need for a.c.-I just open the windows, and finally I use the never ending coupons that come in the mail as scrap paper.
    Diane Baum

  134. When you leave a room, "click a switch" and turn off the lights, tv, etc …have been telling our kids that since they could walk!!!

    Also, energy efficient light bulbs,
    Re-useable school lunch bags instead of paper ones and reuse ziploc bags if not used for anything that can pass bacteria.

  135. Always turn off the water when brushing your teeth and soaping up in the shower.
    You will be surprised how much water it conserves.
    Thank you so much for the chance to win.

  136. I am subscribed via email.

  137. One Cryptic Mama says:

    my favorite green tip- reuse plastic food containers (esp ones from the deli ones, yogurt, frosting, etc) for leftovers & lunches. Much less expensive than buying containers for this purpose
    onecrypticmama AT yahoo DOT com

  138. Line dry your clothes instead of using a clothes dryer.
    pkildow at gmail dot com

  139. Edith.morris says:

    I turn off the tv with a power strip. It both saves money and encourages us to go outside and enjoy the green!
    Edith.Morris (at) gmail (dot) com

  140. Edith.morris says:

    I subscribe to your blog!
    Edith.Morris (at) gmail (dot) com

  141. pay attention to what you're throwing away, recycle everything you can!

  142. I like the green cleaners.

  143. I follow/subscribe to your blog.

  144. I'm going to tweet about it right now!

  145. We like to recycle what we can.

  146. Big one is using CFL's Another big one if you have the money is get a tankless water heater. We saved a lot of money and you are not heating up a water tank all the time. Recycle it is really easy once you set up the bins. Do 2 paper and the other for everything else.

  147. courtneystoffel says:

    We always use reusable bags at the store. It's much more convenient.

    hebert024 at aoldot com

  148. recycle and reuse

  149. My favorite green tip is to use plastic milk jugs as flower pot containers after cutting off the tops.

  150. Hang your laundry outside to dry – the sun is free and you save on electricity.

  151. I bought all 6 memebers of my family reuasable stainless steel water bottles so we could stop using so many plastic ones.

  152. shirley g says:

    After clipping out internet coupons. I like to take the extra paper cuttings and use them for note pads, shopping sale lists. My favorite is having enough scratch paper for the grandchildren to create artwork for us to put on display!!

  153. I recycle everything I can. I also use energy efficient light bulbs. I try to use recycled products when possible.

  154. Reuse paper that's in good condition in your printer–it doesn't matter to me if most things I print have something printed on the reverse side.

  155. Anonymous says:

    Just recently found your site and have enjoyed watching your videos. I like to use cloth napkins for everyday to save paper. We reuse our plastic ziploc bags if not used for meat. I use cloth grocery bags. I recycle at the curb most everything. Ruth

  156. Anonymous says:

    1. Keep grocery bags in the car for re-use.

    2. Use scrap paper for notes.

    3. Keep a compost pile for veg and fruit scraps.


  157. Spend the money to get a good bike. You will ride instead of drive if you have a good bike.

  158. My favorite green tip is to not just pat yourself on the back for using the energy efficient light bulbs, but to bring them to Customer Service at Home Depot to recycle them once they burn out.

  159. I subscribe with Google Reader

  160. Happi Shopr says:

    i make my own face wash using equal parts olive oil and granulated sugar. trinitygsd at yahoo dot com

  161. Washing only full loads and using the dryer only when really necessary.

  162. heaventrees says:

    CFL bulbs may seem expensive at first but factor in their long, long life and they are a bargain as well as good for the ecosystem.

  163. Re-using, recycling and NOT being wasteful in all the big and little things we do.

  164. MY favourite green tip came from my grandmother…
    "If it is to be it is up to me!"


  165. Energy efficient bulbs, cold water washes, reusable bags. Thanks for the great giveaway!

  166. I subscribe to your RSS feed.

  167. SeahorseLady says:

    My favorite green tip is to recycle as much as I can. I also give things that I no longer need to others in need.

  168. SeahorseLady says:

    I subscribe.

  169. My grandkids have the "job" of reminding me to grab the reusable totes before we leave the house to go shopping. I try to group all my errands so we don't do a lot of back-tracking. One day it was unavoidable – we had to turn around. The kids both were yelling in the backsesat that I had turned wrong and that wasn't saving energy.

    They help me get things ready for the recycle bins and we all take them out and make sure they get in the right bin.

  170. I dry all of my clothes outside on a clothesline to save energy!


  171. Tweet:


  172. Only wash full loads in the washing machine; save electricity AND water.

  173. Try to make your own cleaners whenever possible.

  174. I use Energy Efficient light bulbs.

  175. I'm a vegetarian, and we wash our clothes in cold water to save energy!

  176. i use vinegar and old newspapers to clean glass and mirrored surfaces. minsthins at optonline dot net

  177. Anonymous says:

    We always recycle
    Diane Baum

  178. Use green cleaners!

  179. My tip is to quit buying bottled water and go back to tap water-I did.

  180. E-mail subscriber.

  181. Cut old tees into squares and store in a small basket or old wet wipe box. Keep next to the sink and use instead of paper towels. You'll save money and help the environment.


  182. We have been using the energy efficient light bulbs for 4 years and save $20 a month on our electric bill. It was hard to believe that by switching over so much energy could be saved!


  183. Anonymous says:

    We recycle and reuse anything we can! There is so much waste! Thanks!

  184. I have my own garden, I recycle, and use reusable shopping bags.

  185. queenoftheclick says:

    I save small yogurt and sour cream containers and then bring them to the local preschool. They love reusing the cups in art projects.

    queenoftheclick at yahoo dot com

  186. vividchord says:

    I try to recycle as much as I can

  187. dandmrobbins says:

    use what you've already got.

  188. Sandra Diana says:

    Energystar appliances! Totally worth the investment 🙂

    Sandra Diana
    beautywelz (at) yahoo (dot) com

  189. I highly recommend reusable shopping bags, tupperware containers instead of baggies and reusable water bottles. Thanks! sbcashortie (at) hotmail (dot) com

  190. I am an email subscriber. sbcashortie (at) hotmail (dot) com

  191. We walk where we can and take reusable bags and backpacks to the store. Backpacks make it easier to carry heavy items too!

  192. My favorite green tip is the easiest, energy efficient light bulbs–also brita water filters–no more bottled water ever!!

  193. I've started composting and recycling everything that can be recycled, we now have nearly no trash!

  194. New email subscriber

  195. Lighthouse27 says:

    Saving rain water in barrels.

  196. Lighthouse27 says:

    I subscribed.

  197. Lighthouse27 says:
  198. We use pea-gravel as cat litter instead of regular cat litter. There are great how-to's on the net – but it's easy to do and saves not only money, but the landfills – can you imagine how many tons of cat litter are thrown away every day?!
    mama.renea at gmail dot com

  199. Subscribed to your feed!

  200. Use half the recommended detergent when doing your laundry. The earth will be greener AND you'll save money. Plus, your clothes will even last longer and you'll have less residual detergent left in them. Your clothes DO NOT need what is recommended on the bottle. Happy washing!

    I signed up for your email at last weeks MOPS. Thanks for speaking!


  201. Deborah Wellenstein says:

    The best "green" tip I know is just to buy less stuff! My friends and family love to read, so we trade books all the time (we usually get them at garage sales). We also use the curlicue lightbulbs, and have reusable bags for the stuff we have to buy. Thank you!

  202. Linda Russell says:

    I recycle everything I possibly can and have more items in my recycle boxes than garbage in my cans! I also give away items locally using freecycle/reuseit groups, thrift stores, and local charities. Thanks for having this great contest!

  203. pat jasmin says:

    we always recycle

  204. Turn off appliances, computers, TVs and light bulbs when they're not in use.

  205. The energy saving light bulbs really work!

    txhottie_86 at yahoo dot com

  206. I am unplugging all unused appliances.

  207. reusable shopping bags! Obviously a great 'green' choice but most stores even give you money back for using them!


  208. we have a compost pile


  209. My favorite green tip is boil a little cinnamon and nutmeg in water right before guests come over to make your home smell great without using chemicals.
    lisalmg25 at gmail dot com

  210. janetfaye says:

    To make sure you use it put a reusable green shopping bag in your purse.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

  211. I'm an email subscriber. Thanks!
    lisalmg25 at gmail dot com

  212. I Tweeted this giveaway.
    lisalmg25 at gmail dot com

  213. Anonymous says:

    I am a fan of online bill pay. This saves paper and saves on postage. It is quick and easy as well!

  214. metalmomma says:

    reusable shopping bags and energy efficient appliances

  215. I use reusable grocery bags and CFLs where I can. I recycle or reuse most things. Thanks!

    dudzz (at) sbcglobal (dot) net

  216. I subscribed too. Thanks!

    dudzz (at) sbcglobal (dot) net

  217. susan1215 says:

    I collect rain water and use it to water my garden.


  218. Elizabeth says:

    My fav advice: unplug electronics when they're not in use, recycle papers, plastics and aluminum, use cloth grocery bags, CFLs and energy efficient air conditioner, freecycle and donate items, switch to eco friendly soaps and cleaning products (vinegar and baking soda!), biodegradable doggie bags, etc. Walk, big or use public transportation. Consider composting, especially worm composting or bokashi. Buy local and organic. Lord, so much you can do!

  219. Start off with less waste! Choose products that are minimally packaged!

  220. kathy pease says:

    Reduce meal-time refuge by bringing your own lunch utensils—and encourage your office to replace plastic forks with their biodegradable counterparts

  221. kathy pease says:
  222. kathy pease says:
  223. pickledseeds says:

    I have a small garden and I use reusable shopping bags.

  224. Gabriel J. says:

    We try to compost as much as we can!

  225. kngmckellar says:

    I use cold water when I wash most clothes. It saves on the energy to heat water. I don't use plastic water bottles and have a filter for our drinking water.

  226. kngmckellar says:
  227. kngmckellar says:
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  229. Using reusable containers and water bottles instead of disposable ones.


  230. nice!

  231. Try to use REUSABLE items instead of so many DISPOSABLE items. We've tried to eliminate school lunch waste, grocery bags, etc. Thanks so much! pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net

  232. Use cloth washable napkins instead of paper napkins!
    believedreamcourage (at)

  233. My fave is using reusable shopping bags and energy efficient light bulbs. Thanks!

    egreca (at) hotmail {dot} com

  234. liliesrnice says:

    reuse what you can and buy recycled products.

  235. I use canvas grocery bags, recycle, and use energy efficient light bulbs.
    ncschools at yahoo dot com

  236. I subscribe to your feed.
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  237. wantsandwishes says:

    My green tip would be recycling. I recycle my bottles and cans and I get some money back. You know the deposit money you pay at the store well you get that back. And you help the environment. It is kind of like a little savings account.

  238. brianpiero says:

    Thanks for the giveaway… We have all our electronics i.e. TV, computers, printers, etc. hooked up to smart power strips that stop "vampire" power drain, the wasted "always on" standby electricity use of most plugged in devices, even if they are switched "off".

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  239. My tip is to recycle as much as you can

  240. My tip is to use reusable water bottles and grocery bags – it keeps plastic out of the landfills!

  241. I'm following your blog!

  242. recycle cans.

  243. My favourite green tip is to carry a reusable canvas bag with me while grocery shopping.

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  246. Newspapers, Magazines, Junk Mail to Christian School recylcling bins!!!

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