Green Choices Blog
Here are the latest posts from Scarlet, Diane and Melissa, members of the SC Johnson Blogger Panel, and from SC Johnson. Great eco-friendly tips and activities you can try with your family.
...While I’ve participated in meatless Monday’s in the past, I wanted to
challenge myself to meat-free eating for one week, which I called the
Seven Day Vegetarian Challenge. If you’re interested in a similar
challenge, below are a few tips I learned along the way...
In my house, we always seem to have an abundance of paper towel and
toilet paper rolls! We constantly look for ways to repurpose material in
our home, so I’ve come up with a few ideas to reuse these rolls as
crafting material for my kids. Making homemade toys is a great way to reduce waste while inspiring your kids to use their imaginations!...
...Composting is the process of taking all the organic and biodegradable
waste that you would otherwise throw away and place into a receptacle
bin in your back yard, or take it to a commercial composting facility in
your area. Through a natural process, the food scraps or yard trimmings
break down the organic matter...
Camping and hiking are two of my family’s favorite spring and summertime
activities. I love getting back to nature, exploring the woods, cooking
over a fire, and ignoring my cell phone every once in a while! Camping
is a great way to teach children to appreciate nature and the importance
of eco-friendly planning during trips...
Growing sprouts is an easy and inexpensive way to add greens to your
family’s mealtime. Sprouting seeds are usually available at your local
grocery store or you can purchase them online by simply searching
“sprouting seeds.” They come in multiple varieties...
I’ve found a lot of the products I purchase come in tin cans. While I
always recycle them, I also try to find creative ways to repurpose them.
If you are looking for ways to reuse your tin cans, try one of my fun
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