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the wonderbag review

This post is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group™ and Wonderbag, but all my opinions are my own. #pmedia #WonderBag The Wonderbag is an electricity-free slowcooker that is empowering women and saving the environment, not to mention creating delicious meals.  Brain child of

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burt's bees baby apparel review
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There was a collective sigh heard ’round the eco-friendly baby community when Burt’s Bees Baby launched a line of apparel, and now parents of toddlers can join.  Burt’s Bees Baby now sells quality, organic clothing for kids up to 4T!  The first line for fall is exceptional and full of

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flip diaper review in_the_know_mom
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My relationship with cloth diapers has been a rocky one.  We started out strong and then my love started to fade and I began to have eyes for another… yes, the disposable.  See, using both cloth and disposable is a slippery slope.  We began using disposable diapers while out of

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techron fuel system cleaner review in_the_know_mom

This post brought to you by Pep Boys and Techron. All opinions are 100% mine. I won’t pretend to be an automotive expert, because I am not.  But, I do love my car, like really love my car, and want to keep her running at peak performance.  I may not

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stella blue clothing review
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Stella Blu Clothing designs are inspired by bikers, hippies, and 80s-era Trapper Keepers.  As a wife to a heavily tattooed man, a hippie at heart and long time lover of Trapper Keepers, I can’t imagine a company more up my alley.  With designs for both baby and child, boy and

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sunburst green iced tea

It is going to be one refreshing summer here in the desert thanks to the DIY Iced Tea Kit assembled by Mighty Leaf Tea.  Skip wondering how many bags you need and how long to steep… Might Leaf Tea has big bags to make big pitchers, providing you a luxurious

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The Magic School Bus: All ABout Earth DVD review
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I’m a huge-enormous-gigantic fan of The Magic School Bus.  I loved watching the series as a kid and was so thrilled to when the complete series was released on DVD.  See my review and gush here.  Well, Ms. Frizzle has even more to offer.  Perfect for Earth Day is The

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Burt's Bees Baby Review
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I’m happy to report we are officially 100% cloth diapers now and it only took 2 1/2 months to get there. My trepidations of cloth at nighttime and out on the town have finally been squashed, and all right in time for Earth Day — April 22nd.  My baby boy

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Flakes are meant to be in the sky, not on your face. But if you’re like me, there isn’t much I can do to stop winter’s wrath from drying and sucking the life out of your skin. Normal skin regimens for the warm months don’t work for the cold, so

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Santa Goes Green

Santa Goes Green by Anne Margaret Lewis is a refreshing Christmas book for the eco-concious families.  Take the opportunity of the charitable season to talk about gifts beyond the Christmas Tree.  Maybe this green read will inspire your children to ask for something charitable this year, like a donation to

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