I was not asked to write nor was I compensated for this post. If you click an affiliate link and make a purchase I may receive a small commission – thank you! Phew! My laundry is done, I’m all unpacked, photos uploaded and notes (almost) sorted through. I have several posts for you but there are so many new things from Cottonbabies, it needed its own!
Hosts have been compensated for their time to arrange this event. Many of you are going green in various aspects of your life, and that includes how you feed yourself, your children and the rest of your family. Julie (Cloth Diaper Geek) and I have planned a fantastic Facebook party with some pretty amazing sponsors. Just RSVP below and complete optional entries for more chances to win, then show up on Monday, July 27th at 9 PM Eastern to chat!
I was not compensated to share this with you. Post contains affiliate links. This month, Balm Baby challenges you to switch one item in your home or business to a sustainable alternative. Post a picture on your Instagram or Facebook with the hashtag #SwitchToSustainable and complete this form. To make it even more fun, they’ve added some amazing prizes from great sponsors.
I photographed these products with permission at the ABC Expo. I was not asked to write, nor was I compensated for this post, and I paid my own way to the show. All opinions are my own. The ABC Show excitement isn’t limited to cloth diapers. I met lots of fantastic business owners that create and sell amazing cloth diaper accessories (and more.)
There are 80,000 chemicals in consumer products. You might think well, if it wasn’t safe, it wouldn’t be on the market. Not so. We don’t really know how these chemicals in our food, household and personal care products affect us. No one is testing them because they don’t have to. The documentary Unacceptable Levels was filmed as filmmaker Ed Brown traveled to interview experts in science, advocacy & law. He tells us how the chemical revolution of the 1940s brought us to where we are today, and where we might end up if things continue this way.
Watch the preview, and consider pre-ordering the rental for $4.79 & watching it on 5/9.