I paid for these myself and was not compensated to write this post. If you click a link and make a purchase, I may receive a small commission, thank you! When I wrote about ways to reduce your environmental impact and save money, I mentioned that I’d had Nest thermostats installed. I’ve now been using them for 6 months and have used them for both heat and air conditioning, so I wanted to share my experience.
Sponsors have paid for their participation. Julie of Cloth Diaper Geek and I have teamed up for another fun and informative Green Feeding Facebook party Thursday, March 30th from 9-10 PM Eastern. Check out the prizes, then grab your entries via the Rafflectopter form. Be sure to watch the Cloth Diaper Geek Facebook page for Facebook lives this week!
If you click & buy, I may receive a small commission, thank you. None of us want to leave a huge carbon footprint, but the idea of completely overhauling your lifestyle is daunting. Never fear, there are some very simple things you can do to reduce your impact and save money too.
Katie received products free for her review. She was not otherwise compensated and all opinions are her own. MamaSuds is a family owned business and is hand-crafted in the state of Michigan. MamaSuds was created for parents who want to create a safe, clean home using simple, non-toxic and eco-friendly products. All of their products are made from ingredients that are local, natural and/or organic. MamaSuds sent me a bottle of their laundry soap and a Boo Boo Stick to review.
If you click my links & buy, I may receive a small commission. Thank you! I’ve teamed up with my friend Julie of Cloth Diaper Geek and some amazing sponsors to bring you a great giveaway. Prizes are perfect for you, your tween and/or your teen.