Living Simply: CLOSED #RelishReusable Giveaway - Open Worldwide #endwaste

CLOSED #RelishReusable Giveaway - Open Worldwide #endwaste

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Welcome to the Relish Reusable Giveaway Hop hosted by Measuring Flower and Eco Crazy Mom! I have teamed up with a group of other green bloggers to bring you a bunch of fun, eco-friendly, and reusable giveaways worth a minimum of $25 each. After you've entered this awesome giveaway below, be sure to "hop" on to the next blog to enter other giveaways as well. You can find a list linking to all the other blogs towards the bottom of this post. Don't forget to enter the event's big grand grand prizes, including $200 of reusable products donated by Reuseit.com!

Woolzies is offering one reader the chance to ditch those chemical-laden dryer sheets in favor of reusable wool dryer balls.  Save money and energy! 

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Disclaimer: This event’s hosts and the participating bloggers are not responsible for any sponsors that fail to fulfill their prizes. We will do our best to ensure that each winner receives his or her prize(s).

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39 comments

  1. I use cloth diapers and Im trying to use unpaper towels more often

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  2. We cloth diaper and avoid plastic as much as possible. We plan to build a windmill this summer!

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  3. We reuse as much as we can and we donate things that we can't re use or don't have room for.

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  4. We got solar panels to power our house, and are using cloth diapers on our baby.

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  5. We are using re-usable bottles for water instead of buying bottled water

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  6. cloth diapers and cloth wipes!

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  7. I save all the jars and containers i can to re-use for leftovers and homemade products, etc.

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  8. We are trying to re-use plastic bags, sandwich baggies, and freezer bags. We are cleaning out our freezer bags and letting them dry for other things, any plastic bags we re-use as trash bags, and sandwich bags, we use for one week for the same item. We also use hand towels more when drying our hands instead of paper towels, and we use eco friendly lighting throughout our house. Its the little things!

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  9. I haven't used one ziploc all year!

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  10. I use cloth diapers and make my own cleaning solutions.

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  11. we are using cloth bags when we go shopping

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  12. We make sure we never use any disposables cups/plates/silverware

    orangestar17(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  13. I save various plastic clear containers such as peanut butter jars. After removing the labels and washing, they go to my husband's workshop. He uses them to store various items, such as nails, screws, etc. With clear ones, he can easily see what he is looking for.

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  14. I have seen these on the internet and they look like a good alternative to dryer sheets.

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  15. By using less plastic and reusable bags for groceriss, refilling our glass bottles with water instead of buying more bottled water in plastic ugh bottles...

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  16. Claire RheinheimerApril 5, 2013 at 5:47 PM

    I shop at Aldi's and always take my own reusable bags.

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  17. Switching to cloth pads and cloth diapers!

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  18. reusable bags and reducing my waste by composting

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  19. I bring my reusable grocery bags to the store.

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  20. Reuse, Recycle and shop at thrift stores.
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  21. We already cloth diaper, use mama cloth, dry outside (mostly!)... so this year we got a WonderWash and plungers to wash our own clothes! :)

    Thanks for hosting this great giveaway!

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  22. I use reusable shopping bags and try to run our appliances less.
    savewish@yahoo.com

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  23. making my own cleaning solutions and doing some light composting with yard and garden waste.

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  24. I've been using reusables for several years now and absolutely love it. We have shopping/grocery bags, produce bags, sandwich/snack bags, cloth diapers, and more.

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  25. I reuse all of my grocery bags as trash bags....I also reuse my plastic silverware

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  26. abrennan09@hotmail.com
    We reuse everything and anything we can. Just yesterday my husband cut the tops of our grocery boxes to make trays out of the bottoms, to put in my scrapbooking shelves. I can now sort my sheets of colours and patterns and stickers, etc...

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  27. I reuse cans to make flower pots.
    rierie11booger (@) yahoo.com

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  28. We cloth diaper and I love it. I also use vinegar instead of fabric softner and we also line dry the majority of our clothes

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  29. Much to my spouse's dismay, I actually wash and reuse pieces of aluminum foil, and sometimes plastic bags. He doesn't think it's worth the time and effort, but I feel better reusing things. And the kitchen is my domain, so they get reused! LOL

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  30. Well, i started using cloth diapers, and wipes!
    I'm trying to use cloth paper towels..and looking into cloth toilet paper as well. :)
    I want to try to cut back on trash but not sure how.

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  31. We use cloth instead of paper (bags, napkins, towels, diapers, wipes, etc.)

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  32. this year we are making a better effort to bring our cloth bags when grocery shopping, and I have been doing some research into cloth diapering as well as cloth paper towels. We've been trying to cut down on our waste and energy consumption. Small changes :) but changes nonetheless!

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  33. We started using cloth napkins, we use cloth diapers, glass bottles, reusable shopping bags, re recycle where we can and try to reduce waste. We garden, air dry clothes when possible, use natural cleaners and natural light.

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  34. We use cloth diapers, kitchen unpaper towels, shopping bags, and look for others ways to reuse or repurpose.

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  35. I am using cloth diapers, mama cloth, and want to get unpaper towels

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  36. I really like to repurpose things for crafts and varios diy projects :D

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  37. I make my own cleaners, nomore paper or plastic products in my house, and we cloth diaper.

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  38. We recycle and we use cloth towels and napkins.

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