Friday, February 29, 2008

Friday Round - Up

I've searched the world wide web over, and I'm bringin' you some linky love!

  • Crunchy Domestic Goddess is having a great giveaway. Head on over for a chance to win your own bottle of the Basic H2 Organic Super Cleaning Concentrate from Shaklee.
  • Pennies in My Pocket has an awesome giveaway for a year's worth of Dropps laundry detergent. I will be reviewing this detergent in an upcoming installment of Three R Thursday. Go Check it Out!
  • Want to calculate how much money you can save by switching your light bulbs? OneBillionBulbs.com is educating people about the cost-saving and environmental benefits of replacing standard incandescent light bulbs with energy-efficient compact fluorescent (CFL) light bulbs.
  • I just picked up some CleanWell hand sanitizer at Target this week. It's the first one of its kind - using no alcohol or other harsh chemicals.
  • I know switching to organic food can be overwhelming and expensive. Learn why these 5 items: milk, peanut butter, apples, potatoes and ketchup are great foods to start with.


February 22, 2008
February 15, 2008

Swango, Ideal Bite, A Green Ferret Mission, Consumer Consequences

February 8, 2008
Valentine's Edition
February 1, 2008
10 Ways to Deal with Blogger's Block, The Dirty Dozen Chemicals in Cosmetics, The Lost Blog, Blogging Basics 101
January 25, 2008

31 Days to Becoming a Better Blogger, PaperBack Swap, Crunchy Chicken's Book Club


4 comments:

Amy said...

Milk. PB, and apples i know about, potatoes I can guess, but ketchup...I am going to have to read about.

Thanks for the tips.

Alana said...

Thanks, Alana! Great tips. Especially the five organic foods to start with.

Ann Kroeker said...

Thanks for linking to the pesticide-ridden food list. Just yesterday I was reviewing a list like that and vowing to buy more carefully and organically those most, well, poisoned!

We've got to use the power of our pocketbooks (does anyone use that term anymore? Pocketbooks?) or let's say the power of our purses to help bring about change. Buying organic is a practical way to do so.

Pennies In My Pocket said...

Thanks so much for the link to my contest. I've totally fallen in love with dropps detergent. I am thrilled with the quality and of course very happy to be helping the environment.

We've switched almost all of our light bulbs with CFL bulbs. The only ones we haven't switched are the bathroom and hall lights. The hall isn't switched because I need immediate bright light in the middle of the night most nights because of the baby and the bathroom because of putting makeup on.

I keep forgetting to pick up the CleanWell hand sanitizer. I keep reading about it and all the other products. Hubby did the shopping last time and I forgot to tell him to get it...can't wait to try it out.

Thanks for the info on the food! GREAT blog you got here! :)

~melody~