Green Resolution Giveaway Hop Grand Prize! Ends 01/31.

Green Resolutions Grand Prize

Welcome to the Green Resolution Giveaway Hop, hosted by Happy Motheringrays of bliss and Brittleby’s Corner through the Green Moms Network! We want to help encourage you to make resolutions to live healthier and more eco-friendly lives this New Year!  After entering my giveaway, be sure to hop around and enter all of the other giveaways listed on the linky at the bottom of this post for your chance to win more giveaways that will help you go green and live a more healthful and eco-friendly lifestyle in 2015.

Here on rays of bliss, you’ll find the Grand Prize Package!

Green Resolutions Grand Prize

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Enter the Giveaway

One lucky reader will win this amazing Green Resolution Grand Prize package! This giveaway runs through January 31st at 11:59 pm EST and is open to US residents only. Enter via the Rafflecopter form below. Good luck!

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  1. Dorothy Teel says:

    My green resolutions this year involves, trying to drink more water and eat more fresh veggies, and to cut down on our plastic use, including bags, containers and water bottles, thank you

  2. Amber Ludwig says:

    Stop using paper towels, stop wasting produce, reuseable shopping bags, walk more places and I switching to more organics.

  3. Lori Peterson says:

    We use canvas bags for groceries, a lot less paper towels and a lot more organic foods

  4. Sonya Sanderson says:

    use my clothesline instead of the dryer.

  5. We are using our cloth bags & remembering to always keep some in the car. Since we live in Northern California I use my clothesline and not my clothes dryer. You would be amazed at how much $$$$$$ you save. Always turn out lights when you aren’t using them in that room.

  6. pumpkinsfan76 says:

    Well. I don’t like throwing things away so I donate things I cannot use anymore. I recycle everything that I can. Besides that I upcycle things into new items like shampoo bottles to beads, paper to beads, etc….

  7. We are pretty “green” at my house. The main issue that we still do is use more electricity than I would like. We are working on making sure the lights are always shut off, when not in use.

  8. My green resolution is to start composting!

  9. We’re trying to use less packaging in the things we buy.

  10. My green resolutions this year involves: reusing more items and using more natural food, health, cleaning and beauty products.

  11. I have started recycling consistently & composting for my garden! I am sorting everything!

  12. My resolution is to cut down on plastic waste in my house by using reusable containers and recycled materials.

  13. To be better about bringing my own bags when grocery shopping.

  14. my green resolution is cooking more at home, so their is less throw away at the resturuants, also using my bags to shop, better light bulb, recycling clothes..

  15. John Herman says:

    My green resolution this year is to use less water in my garden by changing how the hoses are set up.

  16. One of my green resolutions is to start using a compost pile

  17. My green resolution is to use reusable jars and bags when shopping in bulk.

  18. I,m going to drink more Bourbon

  19. We are moving and have been for a while. I am going to find uses for all our extra items we own. I do try and use or giveaway everything and not throw things away.

  20. We already eat organic and lots of other green practices so this year I’d really like to get into gardening and hopefully composting as well.

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