Are you ready to #DoYourPart by joining our #LoveYourMother Challenge!?
Every April, also known as Earth Month, Balm Baby the creators of sustainable and natural personal care products for humans from ages 1 week through 100 years, partners with some amazing eco-minded blogggers and brands to bring you an earth Month Challenge & Giveaway!
Throughout the month of April you are encouraged to change or do at least one thing the promotes sustainability and shows your dedication to Loving Your Mother, our Mother Earth! <3 Take the pledge via the embedded Rafflecopter below and enter to win great prizes from our participating sponsors. Share your progress throughout the month in Instagram making sure to use the hashtags #LoveYourMother and #DoYourPart as well as tagging @BalmBaby and/or @ClothDiaperGeek.
Need some ideas on how you can make changes big or small?
Consider all things reusable vs. disposable.
Switch from plastic straws to stainless steel.
Invest in reusable shopping bags.
Recycle those plastic water bottles for good and invest in reusable glass or stainless steel hydration bottles.
Ride your bike or walk to the store on occasion instead of driving.
Be packaging aware. Make a conscious effort not to purchase products at the grocery store with excessive packaging or leave that company a message on their Facebook wall encouraging them to minimize as well as switch to recyclable packaging.
Own a business? Save and reuse all packing materials you can instead of buying new ones.
Try regrowing fruits and vegetables from scraps. Romaine, celery, pineapples, potatoes and more are all easy to regrow! Just google it!
Buy glass! Did you know glass is the safest product packaging, especially for foods and personal care products? Not only is glass safer, it’s reusable and recycleable too.
Need a visual? Check out the eye-opening chart below!
Take the pledge and enter to win using the embedded Rafflecopter form below. This contest is open to the USA & Canada.
I’m Julie, a former cloth diaper retailer who discovered a passion for the industry. Now, instead of selling cloth diapers, I advocate them and promote small businesses I love who sell and manufacture them.
I’m the wife of a fireman and mother of three. I have a 13yr old daughter and identical twin sons who are 10yrs old.