Wednesday, November 2, 2011

3 Write-On-Wipe-Off Books

For a chance to win 3 Write-On-Wipe-Off Books from Twin Sisters, share something that you want to try that is eco-friendly.
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96 comments:

  1. I'd like to try composting, have never done it before...maybe one day!

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  2. Anonymous9:09 PM

    I think I could get a rain bucket going pretty easy!

    kerridawson at yahoo dot com

    Thanks!

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  3. We really wanna get into composting.

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  4. I would like to try cloth diapering.. again.

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  5. I really want to start and keep a vegetable garden alive next year! I am awesome with animals, but I have whatever the opposite of a green thumb is!

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  6. I would LOVE to try composting!! I want one so bad! When we get our citris trees, it's our plan

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  7. I'd like to try some new eco bath and body products. I've been slowly trying to switch to eco friendly products. Next on my list is lotion!

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  8. I want to try planting a vegetable garden and collecting my own rain water!

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  9. I want to get myself of those glass drinking bottles that have the little strainer at the top so you can make loose tea in them also:)

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  10. A Ramer9:12 PM

    Cloth Diapering when we have our second, I didn't find a dipe I loved unfortunately with my first

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  11. I would love to try a hybrid car.

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  12. I want to try a vegetable garden and momma cloth when my monthly visitor returns :) Yay for breastfeeding :)

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  13. I want to make my own laundry detergent after making my own dishwasher soap and it works SOOO much better than the store bought stuff!

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  14. We will be trying out cloth diapers

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  15. I would like to set up a couple rain barrels for our garden.

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  16. I want to replace all my plastic cups and dishes with stainless steel and glass.

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  17. I would really like to try some eco-friendly household cleaners.

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  18. Would like to try composting

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  19. juliamacpherson@yahoo.com9:19 PM

    I'd like to phase out plastic food storage stuff in my house.

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  20. Would love to start a veggie garden and not have everything die on me

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  21. I want to try composting or having a worm bed, so that my veggie garden is more green.

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  22. We would love to try un-paper towels. We have stopped buying paper plates but can't seem to get rid of paper towels. My husband is worried about spreading germs with cloth towels : (

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  23. I want to try Eco Nuts! I keep missing it when I see it online, but hope to get some to try soon!

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  24. I'd like to convert to all "green" household cleaners.

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  25. I agree with the getting rid of most of the plastic in our house. We had way to much...at least I have stopped microwaving in it!

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  26. Sfle adams9:24 PM

    Tooth paste!

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  27. We would like to, and have, started walking to places within a five mile radius.

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  28. be better about recycling

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  29. Reusable swiffer covers!

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  30. I would love to have my own garden! Just as soon as we move out of this apartment that gets NO sunlight whatsoever.

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  31. Cheryl G9:27 PM

    Switching to green household cleaners

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  32. Talia B9:27 PM

    Hmm...dishwasher soap

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  33. I would like to make my own cleaners

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  34. the only thing i need to do to this year is a rain barrel

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  35. having a successful garden!

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  36. Making my own dishwashing detergent.

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  37. Chelsea9:31 PM

    I'd like to try felt dryer balls. I have the nelly's ones right now, and they're good, but I think felt would be even better river26[at]gmail[dot]com

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  38. This year I tried to grow an organic garden and it didn't work out so well. Next year I'll be tweaking my soil combination so hopefully our family can enjoy organic veggies and fruit.

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  39. We just moved into a house that has a rain barrel. Its about to snow so not terribly useful yet but I hope to use it for a garden (not yet created) for watering.

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  40. I would love to grow a garden! We keep wanting to...I am going to be more serious about it this new year!

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  41. I want to try using White Vinegar in my carpet cleaner.

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  42. I'd love to switch to family cloth.

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  43. to be better about composting in the winter.

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  44. I would love to have a worm bin!

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  45. Deirdre9:38 PM

    I've been wanting to switch to cloth diapers.

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  46. Making laundry detergent.

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  47. Anne Lehnick9:40 PM

    Me too on the worm bin! I think my son would love it!

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  48. Wrapping x-mas gifts entirely in reusable fabric bags :)

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  49. Making my own soap

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  50. Breastfeeding!! It is not something new though. I breastfeed my daughter for a year and a half. I quit when I found out I was two months pregnant with baby number two. I miss it a ton and can not wait to start again. To me this is as eco as it gets.

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  51. Laundry detergent

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  52. I tried gardening last year and failed miserably... So maybe before I try again I should dive inti composting... Pretty sure rain barrels wouldn't do me a bit of good down here in droughtland!

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  53. I'm planning to make as many gifts as possible this year.

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  54. Anonymous9:47 PM

    I would like to make my own cleaners.

    saramomofmany @ gmail.com

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  55. Using more Eco friendly cleaners and going to handmade soap and deodorant.

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  56. Anonymous9:48 PM

    I'd like a rain barrel!

    Jennifer Hamner
    ejhamner at hotmail dot com

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  57. We would love to try and expand our recycling efforts, just need to find a local collection site

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  58. Diva cup. It's on my to-buy list whenever I have some spare cash. :)

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  59. Using reusable shopping bags as gift wrap for xmas presents.

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  60. i would really love to start upcycling our clothes and turning them into new pieces.

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  61. Make my own soap.

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  62. I'd like to try making my own cleaners.
    soluckyducky at gmail dot com

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  63. Andrea K9:59 PM

    Cleaning products!

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  64. Jane Nakadomari9:59 PM

    I'd like to try a hybrid car.

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  65. Keeping chickens in the backyard. Great food source. Super fun for kiddos!

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  66. Using washing machine water to water the garden (we just bought eco-friendly detergent).

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  67. I'm going to cloth diaper number 2 on the way!!!

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  68. Kala Y10:20 PM

    I would love to try cloth diapering, but I'm nervous!

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  69. Lindsey10:31 PM

    Definitely want to try composting...and having my own garden in which to use the compost!

    parksmission@gmail.com

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  70. Use glass storage containers instead of plastic
    dmarie824 at aol dot com

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  71. Installing a tankless water heater

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  72. Installing a tankless water heater. misslisacarol at yahoo dot com

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  73. Amanda J.11:00 PM

    Gardening and composting are high on my list! Just need a yard.

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  74. Suzi A11:19 PM

    Completely change all our plastic to glass, especially kids stuff.

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  75. would love to start composting!
    Dagmar B
    sirentattoo at hotmail.com

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  76. I'd love to give a try at cloth diapering!

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  77. Alexis M11:52 PM

    Reusable glass water bottles...I like my water chilled and am not loving the taste of aluminum. Hoping to get some for Christmas!

    alexis [dot] mattingly [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  78. I want to try those soap nuts. Seem interesting, but worried about cost, ruining my washer, and whether they work. Thanks! Simone thedewdriesup(at)gmail(dot)com

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  79. I would love to have a vegetable garden some day!

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  80. I'd love to make my own baby wipes and up-cycle old sweaters into blankets, etc.!

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  81. reusable wipes. I just need the time to make them!

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  82. Cloth diapering and wipes... the hardest part is convincing my husband it's not "gross". Also gardening - but that would require us to move.

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  83. Family cloth. I've used cloth wipes for my kids/babies but not for the rest of us.

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  84. Just one thing??? Composting, rain collection (shoulda started this summer with all our heavy rains....) and cloth diapering (again).

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  85. Eco-nuts. I tried to talk to my husband about it, but he kept laughing when I said Nuts... Think I may need to have a girl to balance out all the boys!

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  86. I'm interested in trying mama cloth!

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  87. I would love to try using cloth pads. I cloth diaper now and think it would be another great way to help clean up the landfills

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  89. I would love to try Econuts! menzies(at)bell(dot)net

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  90. I would love to have my own vegetable and herb garden. Everything tastes so much better when its fresh, plus its cheaper!

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