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Laura posted this 25 August 2018

What green parenting tips do you have? I'm already using cloth diapers, but I figure there might more I have over look. My daughter takes her lunch, so that helps lot! Her bento box helps eliminate waste as well.

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Julia posted this 31 May 2020

I found this video on an encyclopedia that I read and learned a lot from, which I did not know before I read it


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Rainy posted this 05 May 2020

Reusable grocery bags, teach the kiddos to turn off the lights, avoid plastic sandwich bags, compost our kitchen waste, and buy as much locally as possible.

Lisa posted this 14 March 2020

Making own baby food.  And composting.

Andrea posted this 27 February 2020

One thing we don't think a lot about is how new clothes are affecting the earth. It's more earth-friendly AND budget-friendly to go to resale shops and thrift stores, or accept hand-me-downs if they are available. 

Mara posted this 19 February 2020

Watch chemical usage, use canvas shopping bags, recycle and reuse/buy used kids clothing. Our goal is to clear our house of plastics.

Jona posted this 18 February 2020

It's a tough thing, but not all "green" tips are effective. Recycling is not always the answer, but reusing is great. Just make sure you buy products worth reusing.

Candy posted this 18 February 2020

We do what we can, and my partner led the recycling drive at our son's school.

BJ posted this 18 February 2020

The jury is out on the cloth vs disposable diaper thing, when you calculate the amount of soap and electricity that goes into washing them, not to mention the monoculture problems that come with cotton farming for the cloth itself.

But, we do as few single plastics as possible, reuse everything we can. No straws.

Derek posted this 06 November 2019

Reusable cups and water bottles and also we get a lot of hand me down clothing and stuff like strollers and car seats 

Brittany posted this 03 November 2019

One of the best things is to use un-paper towels and cloth napkins. My oldest is messy when she eats and I just throw her a 'paper towel' (cloth towel) or napkin and she can wipe her hands, face and clean up her space at the table with it. I just wash towels regularly. Less waste in the kitchen. 

Lyrica posted this 20 October 2019

One thing I did recently is buy reusable produce bags for when I go shopping. I end up collecting so many of those produce bags, so this seemed like a good way to cut down. 

Holly posted this 30 September 2019

I agree with the others - Young Living's Thieves line is fantastic! Re-use any plastic grocery bags you have as trash bags, take cloth bags to the store instead of using the plastic bags, there are alternatives to plasticwrap as beeswax reusable wraps, there's so much you can do. 

Jude posted this 26 September 2019

We use non toxic and natural cleaning supplies, especially laundry detergent and dryer sheets. Seventh Generation now makes laundry detergent that is in a biodegradable container rather than plastic.

Katya posted this 26 September 2019

Greener cleaning supplies and beauty products. Also using reusable grocery bags and recycling are small changes that can be made as well

Amanda posted this 26 September 2019

Use old clothes for cleaning rags instead of paper towels. You can even swap out your paper towels with unpaper towels. I got mine on Etsy

Lila posted this 12 August 2019

Re-usable bags and cups. 

Rose posted this 12 August 2019

Go green with cleaning supplies, recycling, and re-usable cups.

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