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13 Responses to Wordless Wednesday: Green Resolutions

  1. Melissa

    Oooh, I need to make a rag bag! Great idea!

  2. Dagmar ~ Dagmar's momsense  

    All of these are great ideas! I need to drink more water and that box is so easy to recreate!

  3. Jenn  

    These are great ideas! And I’m jealous of the avocado plants. We’re expecting the first big snowstorm of the season today so gardening seems sooo far away.

  4. Dionna  

    Very cute rag bag!!
    Lauren – love Mikko playing with the Diva Cup 😉

  5. Terri  

    Love all the different green ideas! I can’t wait to get my diva cup but I won’t let my 2 year old near it – it will be leaking before the first use!

  6. Amy @ Anktangle

    Yay for going greener! I’ve got to get a rag bag in our kitchen–great ideas!

  7. Momma Jorje

    These are all so awesome! I’m disappointed I didn’t participate, but at least my own WW is a very green theme today as well.

  8. Charise@I Thought I Knew Mama  

    I love seeing families – and towns in Lani’s case – growing greener!

  9. Rebekah  

    I really like the toys – so colorful!

    There’s such a nice variety of ideas from everyone.

  10. Gaby@Tmuffin  

    Thanks for all of the green ideas! I love the cardboard box stove. In my experience, it takes me a few tries to change my lifestyle. For example, I was a paper-towel-aholic about 12 years ago. I slowly started using more dishtowels. Last fall, I challenged myself not to use paper towels, so I ended up only using them to pick up squashed bugs and to clean the cat’s litter box. Well… now we haven’t even bought paper towels in a few months, and it has forced me to find creative ways to pick up squashed bugs (yes, with my fingers! It made me tough) and clean the litter box (newspaper is pretty absorbent, too). It’s amazing what you can do when you really push yourself.

  11. Christine @ African Babies Don't Cry  

    Oops, the linky went a bit crazy on me, please delete my extra link ups. Sorry!

  12. Luanne

    These are all great ideas. The colors are awesome. I love it.