Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Woolzies Giveaway (4/9-4/22)




Honor the Earth Giveaway

Welcome to the Honor the Earth Giveaway Hop, hosted by Happy Mothering and Brittleby's Corner. Members of the Green Moms Network are excited to bring you great prizes to celebrate Earth Day, all valued at $25+ . After entering my giveaway, be sure to visit the other blogs listed under the Rafflecopter form to enter more great Honor the Earth giveaways.

What will you do to Honor The Earth?

Enter to win a 6 pack of Woolzies Dryer Balls (Retail Value $34.95)!

Woolzies Dryer Balls are an Eco-friendly, chemical free alternative to dryer sheets that can even reduce the dry time of your laundry by 25%!

Check out my review of Woolzies Dryer Balls here.

Be sure to hop around to the other blogs on the linky below the Rafflecopter to win other great prizes!

Disclaimer: This contest will run through April 22, 2013 at 9:00 pm PST (April 23, 2013 at 12:00 am EST). The winner will be chosen the following day and announced on Just Me and the Boys. No purchase necessary. US entries only. Must be 18 years or older to win.The sponsors provided me with free samples of these products to review, and I was under no obligation to review them if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or sponsor a product giveaway in return for the free product. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. You understand that you are providing your information to Just Me and the Boys and not to Facebook. Please note that Just Me and the Boys, Happy Mothering, Brittleby's Corner, the Green Moms Network and the Honor the Earth event bloggers are not responsible for sponsors that do not fulfill their prizes. We have represented each sponsor with the expectation they will fulfill their prize and in a timely manner. We will contact the sponsor regarding your prize(s). The sponsors, in most cases, are shipping their items to you directly. I will make every effort to assist you obtaining your prize. If there is an issue with a sponsor, please notify the blog you won a prize from within 4-6 weeks for assistance, after that we may be unable to assist you.




 

44 comments:

  1. Lately, we've been planning our spring gardens. We have one for ourselves and our neighbors, and then we help out in a community garden, where the food is shared with a low-income area of town. This Saturday we're getting it prepped - putting up the fences (to keep the deer out) and turning the soil over. Soon we'll get to plant, once the ground warms up more!

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  2. We've recent switched from plastic bottles of water to the reusable glass bottles for when we're on the go

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  3. I've cut my shower time in half (very difficult for me & my long showers!)

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  4. I try to recycle everything I can. I try to wash all my clothes in cold water. I do not buy water in plastic bottles. I use a pitcher with a filter and reusable bottles.

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  5. Recycle and use reusable shopping bags.

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  6. I am trying to stop using plastic straws, and am ordering reusable produce bags. When we walk our dog along the beach we always pick up any trash we see.

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  7. I never use my dryer...I use a clothes line outside...save $$$$$

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  8. I learned they are completely handmade

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  9. Recently we have tried taking shorter showers and we also are carrying our shopping bags and trying not to use plastic bags..

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  10. We planted two trees in front of our house.

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  11. we turn the heat off during the day when no one is home.

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  12. I have been drying my clothes outside and I planted my garden

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  13. I took a car full to the recycling center.

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  14. I have began eating only organic foods, composting, and gardening

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  15. We try to have reusable bags with us when we grocery shop. We also use other reusable products such as cloth napkins, rags, and diapers.

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  16. recycle; reuseable bags; cloth diapers; make my own cleaning supplies

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  17. I am saving all my eggshells to grind up and put in the holes when I plant my heirloom tomatoes.

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  18. I stopped using plastic bags for my lunch and am now using containers instead.
    nicolesender(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  19. they last for 1000 loads.

    We plant a garden every year in april

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  20. We use recyclable shopping bags so we don't have to get plastic ones.
    savewish@yahoo.com
    Sherry Compton

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  21. We recycle cola cans and shopping bags. We are planting a garden

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  22. We've been planning a garden!

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  23. We try to reduce where we can, minimalize, conserve. We use reusable alternatives to as many things we can - Bottles, napkins, etc.

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  24. Recently my family has been planting trees together. :)

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  25. I learned that Soft By Nature, Inc. is a small family owned company nestled in the picturesque Hudson Valley region of Southern New York State.

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  26. I've started composting my kitchen scraps.

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  27. I planted some flowers

    lanalbradstream(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  28. I finally got a clothes line hung up at our new house and have been using it. I dry everything on the line and only put it in the dryer for 5 - 10 minutes afterwards to soften everything up (and get rid of dog hair - ha!). Before a load of laundry would take at least an hour or more to dry, this has significantly lowered the amount of power we use and the laundry smells awesome!

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  29. I've been honoring the Earth by planting butterfly-friendly flowers this spring.

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  30. Planting a vegetable garden this year. :)

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  31. we started collecting our table and cooking scraps to take to a local farm, either for the chickens or the compost.

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  32. Woolzies are handmade in the democratic republic of Nepal.

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  33. We have been adding to our compost for several years, and this was the first year we had material ready to add to our garden. So instead of buying dirt to top off our garden beds, we used our compost! :)

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  34. I use recycled bags when I go shopping.

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  35. we've been cutting back on electricity and I stopped buying bottled water, I dry my diapers on a drying rack.

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  36. I recycle and use canvas bags for grocery shopping

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  37. We set up our new composter and have been prepping our garden for planting. We also recycle, use reusable shopping bags, and I use my reusable water bottle every day.

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  38. We started cloth diapering baby #2 and planted a garden for fresh organic produce.

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  39. We set up the compost bin at our new house. It's started with a giant heap of a few months of chicken poop! Yum!

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  40. We went and picked up trash Saturday in our town.

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  41. we cut back on our trash production and started cloth diapering

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  42. We use cloth bags to do our shopping.

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