Cloth diapering 1 (going on 2!) babies was my first step into "Going Green!"
I'm cloth diapering baby #3 and loving it!
Cloth Diapering, and teaching my son to Recycle- he LOVES it!
We cloth diaper and use only eco friendly products in our home :)
Cloth diapers and wipes!
Lol like everyone else - cloth diapering!
I LOVE my cloth diapers and wipes! Not to mention our homemade non chemical detergents and cleaners. ( :
Cloth dipes, wipes and cleansing cloths
No plastic bags in this house!!!! Envirobags only for any and all shopping purposes:(
We've cloth diapered 4 babies, and are using homemade detergent.
Cloth diapers, cloth wipes, mama cloth and reducing paper towels and toilet paper.
I cloth diaper, grow a garden and compost.
Make my own laundry detergent & we cloth diapered
cloth diaper & wipes, solar energy, composts, no water bottles, reduce reuse as much a possible, reusable grocery bags and on and on and on.
Cloth diapers and cloth wipes
Making my own soaps and shampoos and lotion bars. Oh, and they're so much better than the alternative!
We just switched to all energy efficient appliances and no plastic bags
I'm breastfeeding right now does that count? If not then we also use cloth wipes and dipes! :)
Cloth diapers, wipes, no paper napkins/paper towels, re-usable grocery bags, recycling... Just a few to start with!
started composting this year, saves an amazing amount of garbage! oh and using locally produced soap and lotion products, love them!
cloth dipes, household cleaning with vinegar, composting
Cloth diapers, wipes, and mama cloth!
Cloth diapers, soap nuts and wool dryer balls for laundry!
Cloth diapering, I make my own cleaning solutions, composting and started getting our produce from a CSA this year.
Making my own laundry detergent and reusing washcloths instead of paper towels.
Breastfeeding, cloth diapering, reusable grocery bags and produce bags, walking to the grocery store. . .
Cloth diapers, make my own dishwasher detergent, use reusable grocery totes!
We only shop organic, and only use eco-friendly cleaning and personal care products river26[at]gmail[dot]com
Cloth diapers/Cloth wipes for our kids and I use Mama cloth! ;-)
cloth diapering and making cleaners
Using cloth diapers and wipes, too!
Reusable shopping bags (just say no to icky plastic!), homemade detergent, cleaning with vinegar, reusing/ repurposing as much as possible... for example... shop at Habitat Restore, Garage Sales, & Goodwill, walking between stores when it is possible, rain barrels...
Cloth diaper and family cloth, use reusable shopping bags, compost, bake and cook from scratch, make homemade cleaning solutions, and use reusable produce bags also!
Breastfeeding totally counts Angela!We cloth diaper and use homemade detergents and cleaners but mostly we try to use everything again and again! Its so much fun and feels good getting the kids involved too!
We cloth diaper & try to use eco friendly cleaning products when we can!
I use soap nuts, use eco cleaners and make my own shampoo and toothpaste!
Breastfeed, cloth diaper, use rags instead of paper towels, all reusable bags, glass food storage cntes, Klean kanteens and other reusable water bottles. Being conscious of choices whennit comes to buying.
We have cloth diapered and wiped four babies, we buy organic and local when possible, use green cleaning products,... The list could go on.
We cloth diaper, use mostly 7th Generation cleaners and eat mostly organic (local when possible).
got rid of my car!!
We will cloth diaper and use cloth wipes when our little one joins us next week (hopefully) :)
Part-time cloth diapering...but trying to make it full-time
breastfeeding and eco cleaners
reusable shopping bags
Cloth diaper, compost and recycle.
Reusable shopping bags
Cloth diaper, breastfeeding, recycling, etc.Jennifer Hamnerejhamner at hotmail dot com
cloth diaperingsaramomofmany @ gmail.com
We cloth diaper and recycle :)
recycle in the home.
We are recycling and composting.
We bring our own bags to the store.soluckyducky at gmail dot com
recycling plastic bags
Biking and using public transport as much as we can.
Cloth diapers, composting, reusable bags.... Anything we can think of!
we try to recycle and reuse everything, also composting and upcycling!
I'm going to cloth diaper with my new baby! I also recycle, use cloth grocery bags, Eco friendly cleaning products and got a car with better gas mileage.
We cloth diaper, compost, use refillable stainless drink containers and glass or stainless food storage. My husband commutes by bike and we use our car as little as possible
Cloth diapers, recycling and reusable shopping bags.
Cloth diapering for 9 months!Dagmar Bsirentattoo at hotmail.com
Cloth diapersTrying to change plastic food storage over to glass as budget allowsBuying consignment for "new" clothesalexis [dot] mattingly [at] yahoo [dot] com
We shop at our farmers market every weekend and only eat local organic beef, eggs, and veggies. Getting there on chicken and fruit (still organic, but not local).
We cloth diaper and use reusable things wherever possible, recycle, and compost.
I try to recycle as much as possible! I also use reusable shopping bags!
cloth diapers, natural cleaners, hand me downs....
Lots of hand-me-downs (currently using clothes for my 7month old that were originally my 6yo nephew's and have already gone through my 3yo nephew.) Also recycle, reusable bags, and eco-friendly toys to name a couple more.
I use cloth wipes for my kids and I'm a former cloth diapering mama :)
Reusable bags, reusable water bottles for all of us, natural household cleaners (vinegar, baking soda), wool dryer balls, hang dry what I can
Reduce, reuse and recycle -- even my three year old can repeat the mantra now!!
We cloth diaper (and wipes), use reuseable bags at the store, and recycle as much as we can!
I'm a cloth diapering and recycling momma.. plus trying to start a mama cloth stash too!menzies(at)bell(dot)net
We cloth diapers and wipes, compost, recycle, reusable water bottles, make our own cleaners, grow most of our own veggies too :
I use cloth diapers, wipes and I make my own wipe solution. firstname.lastname@example.org