Thursday, January 23, 2014

#NaturalNewYear Giveaway Hop! Ends 2/6


Welcome to the Natural in the New Year Giveaway Hop hosted by the Blogging Mamas Network.
The New Year is seems to be a time when most people start evaluating ways that they can live happier, richer, and healthier lives and I've joined a group of 30 other bloggers that have come together to help you do just that... in a more natural way! Each blog in the linky below has a natural prize to give away worth at least $25! So, join us all by going more Natural in the New Year!


Woolzies are pure handmade New Zealand wool dryer balls that soften your laundry naturally without any of the chemicals of conventional fabric softeners. Unlike the plastic dryer balls, they are PVC free and won’t fall apart or melt on you. Woolzies are also hypo-allergenic and totally safe for people with wool sensitivities because they will not shed onto your laundry.

Woolzies Dryer Balls come in a set of 3 or 6 and retail for $19.99 or $34.99 on their website. Not only can you purchase directly from Woolzies online, but you can also find Woolzies at stores like Bed Bath & Beyond, Walgreens, HomeGoods, and drugstore.com. 

Enter below to win a 6 pack of XL dryer balls. 
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77 comments:

Melissa Storms said...

My family grows and eats our own vegetables every year. Even if they are canned or frozen during the winter months, there are no preservatives.
upstatemissy@gmail.com

Jennifer L. said...

We only use natural household products (like cleaners and shampoo). I avoid chemicals in the house.

Alexandra Pitcher said...

We Cloth diaper, use natural cleaning products, and I make our baby food!!

Boise Wiebers said...

We use cloth diapers, trainers, napkins, and rags.

Stephanie Terry said...

We grow our own food, cloth diaper, use cloth wipes.

Claire Rheinheimer said...

We're just starting to go more natural, I use my own grocery bags and recycle. I also no longer buy plastic baggies or paper towels.

matope said...

we use unpaper towels, cloth diaper, etc

Savannah Logan said...

We are more green by cloth diapering and by using nonpaper towels.

Ali P said...

We use wool dryer balls, cloth diapers, and unpaper towels at the moment :)

Bo said...

We try to buy only organic meat, fruits and veggies!

Stacey Colegrove said...

We have switched over to organic and locally grown food and are getting all geared up to use cloth diapers with our little guy next month! :)

aperry said...

We eat vegan and local non gmo. Cloth diaper and garden.

polly said...

I bring my own cloth bags when shopping

Kitty Iecvan said...

We eat natural, homemade foods!

Lisa H said...

I use cloth diapers and cloth diapers!!

Kera Adams said...

Cloth diapers, buy organic, grow our own garden, unpaper towels, etc

AnnaZed said...

We are big composters; it's pretty easy once you get started.
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charychild said...

We make our own laundry and dishwasher detergents from natural ingredients, we keep chickens and a backyard garden, and we only use natural cleaners in the home.

Kathleen said...

We grow a vegetable garden and we also take re-useable canvas grocery bags to shop with.

Jen P said...

we cloth diaper our kiddo and use reusable bags

Dorothy Teel said...

We reuse our cloth shopping bags, and use glass bottles for water bottles, getting rid of plastic, helps.

Eleah Salomons said...

we have cloth diapers and shopping bags, and grow our own garden

Jaime said...

We use dryer balls, eat organic, and recycle.

Ashley-Raye said...

We cloth diaper, have gone "paperless" in the kitchen, try to use natural cleaning and personal care products. We try our best with what is feasible for us. If everyone just did was was realistic and practical, it would make huge difference!

Ruqayyah Rivera colin said...

Non gmo foods, mostly organic; recycling; cut back on driving to decrease emissions and gas consumption.

Michelle Holmstrom said...

We use very little paper products, grow as much of our own food as possible, have chickens, buy local meat, and use natural cleaners.

Nettie Larson said...

We buy local meat and have our own chickens! :)

petchk79 said...

We use Norwex Clothes for cleaning and washing our face/baby so we don't buy cleaning supplies etc

Katie Skifstad said...

WE're natural by cloth diapering, cloth wipes, and hanging our clothes outside during the summer

AnnaZed said...

My husband and I ride bikes for almost all short errands.
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Natalie Parvis-Nichols said...

My boyfriend rides a bike instead of driving. diesel_had_my_baby@yahoo.com

Michele R. said...

We use cloth diapers in our home, so I guess that makes us a bit natural.

clc408 said...

I avoid processed foods and try to buy organic as much as possible.

sarah said...

We recycle and buy organic food and home goods

Journeys of The Zoo said...

We compost, have a garden and use resusable cloths. There's always room for improvement. Love this product!

Thanks for making this open to Canadians.

Besos, Sarah
Blogger at Journeys of The Zoo

carolaontour said...

We use cloth diapers. Also, when we grocery shop we use reusable bags; and if we end up with plastic grocery bags, we re-use them (trash bags, bags for soiled diapers or dirty clothes when we are out and about).
Unless we have something like raw meat in the big zip locks, we rinse those out and get three to four times the use out of them!!

Robyn Donnelly said...

We buy household, personal, and food organically.

beachbum44 said...

We only buy what we need to reduce our waste and try to avoid plastic.

Jay said...

We buy organic food!

slehan said...

I make my own cleaners, that way I know just what's in them.

slehan at juno dot com

Kristi C. said...

We cloth diaper & we use essential oils rather than medications.

Taylor Schell said...

I breastfeed and cloth diaper my little one. I try to buy food products with no gmos and I also try to use natural cleaning and bath and body products.

Cassondra Del Rio said...

Our family is natural / crunchy : breastfeeding,.cloth diapering, make our own baby food, make our own detergent and cleaning supplies.

Cassondra Del Rio said...

Our family is natural / crunchy : breastfeeding,.cloth diapering, make our own baby food, make our own detergent and cleaning supplies.

Cassondra Del Rio said...

Our family is natural / crunchy : breastfeeding,.cloth diapering, make our own baby food, make our own detergent and cleaning supplies.

Cassondra Del Rio said...

Our family is natural / crunchy : breastfeeding,.cloth diapering, make our own baby food, make our own detergent and cleaning supplies.

Cassondra Del Rio said...

Our family is natural / crunchy : breastfeeding,.cloth diapering, make our own baby food, make our own detergent and cleaning supplies.

kmcgrew213 said...

we try to make our own sauces, broths, purees, etc! we try not to use store-bought whenever possible!

Jessie Hay said...

We use cloth diapers and wipes :)

Lana Bradstream said...

I breast feed

ATLmama said...

Baby is due in 3 weeks! We will be cloth diapering, cloth wiping, EBFing. We recycle and compost.

coriwestphal said...

We use reusable bags, bottles and containers whenever possible. And we've started making our own organic coconut milk at home, to save money and drink a bit healthier as we cut out dairy!

coriwestphal at msn dot com

Jen-B said...

We cloth diaper and use cloth napkins and reusable bags

Danielle jones said...

We make our own house hold cleaning products.

slehan said...

I recycle as much as possible.

slehan at juno dot com

carissa joslyn said...

use cloth diapers and wipes, I use mama cloth and a lunette cup. Cut back on electricity. Want to use unpapper towels, but dont have the money for some right now.

Beki said...

we cloth diaper and cloth wipe and use Eco safe cleaning supplies

aus_chick said...

we cloth diaper, make a lot of our food from scratch-ish (e.g, I make my own chicken stock but I don't mill my own flour!), recycle, and use cloth napkins.

Amanda said...

We use organic/all natural bath & body products

Kristen Varner said...

We use cloth diapers, and try to eat organic

barnold barnes said...

we bought 1/8 of a local grass fed organic cow this year

adina holwerda said...

we clothdiaper, breastfeed, babywear, garden and can.

adina holwerda said...

we clothdiaper, breastfeed, babywear, garden and can.

Jutta Pearce said...

We compost and recycle. And I use mama cloth and cloth diaper my babies!

Rodney Jackson said...

We do organic food and compost.

Liberty Thompson said...

My family and I make our own washing machine detergent. It is much more natural for our skin and clothes!

Hannah Avery said...

We cloth diaper, breastfeed, co-sleep, and I like healthy food.

-Hannah Avery
hannahavery85@yahoo.com

Megan said...

We cloth diaper and eat real foods. I also breastfeed and use reusable menstrual products. Thanks for the chance to win these!

Melissa Marinho said...

My family is natural by using cloth diapers and using natural household products!

Brian&AshleyParks said...

We use cloth diapers and un-paper towels.

Gabrielle Dennison said...

We use cloth diapers, I try to use as much natural cleaning supplies as possible, I make my own laundry detergent, and I don't own a car.

Beth Ann said...

We use cloth diapers, reusable shopping bags, cloth wipes . . . but all of those seem like the norm! I don't feel very natural!

Samantha Yoder said...

We cloth diapers, unpaper towels, reusable shopping bags, etc. anything we can to reduce our contribution to the landfills

Raina said...

We use cloth napkins instead of paper ones, we use cloth towels instead of paper, and we don't use paper or plastic cups or plates.

Cheryl Reinhardt said...

We use natural home made soaps and oils

Barbara said...

We compost, grow veggies, cloth diaper and more!

caseyrusso said...

i'm not sure there is any way we aren't natural haha... cloth diapering, baby wearing, breastfeeding, mostly line drying, organic eating, etc