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Review and Giveaway! Planet Forward Reusable Shopping Bag

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

I recently recieved a re-usable shopping bag from the good people at Planet Forward.
This is a great quality product-very durable and very roomy.Thank you Planet Forward!
Planet Forward carries many great products: including stainless steel water bottles,reusable bags, organic fashion, home cleaning kits and  accessories.






Why should you consider shopping with Planet Forward?

You have choices.Planet Forward creates and promotes sustainable solutions to alleviate some of the environmentally negative impact we've fallen into with an over reliance on plastics and convenience . Planet Forward wants to raise awareness of how much difference an individual can make by making choices by changing some products that  may use on a daily basis.

Planet Forward  currently is offering Stretching the One Income Dollar readers 40% off any of their merchandise till January 31, 2010, using coupon code BOX0940.
Plus they have a  $6.50 flat rate shipping for Canada/US customers and free shipping on orders over $50.00

PLUS: They are giving ONE reader from Canada or the US, the SUS TAIN ABLE bag as pictured!

Random .org will select the winning comment on January 17, 2010.
Entries are welcome from Canada and the USA.

For entry: Please comment on how you do your part to help the environment. Include your email so I can contact you if you win.

Extra entries:
- Purchase my ebook or print version of : Stretching the One Income Dollar
- Follow me on Google Followers
-Follow me on Twitter
-Sign up by email
-Grab my button for your site

Please do every entry seperately.
Good luck!

                      

29 comments:

  1. We compost for our garden, buy in bulk to eliminate waste packaging and recycle plastics, cans and bottles. cardinal1981@live.com

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  2. We recycle what we can, use CFL light bulbs, walk the kids to school instead of driving and run the dishwasher on the energy saver cycle.

    dftrew(at)gmail(dot)com

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  3. I follow with google friend connect

    dftrew(at)gmail(dot)com

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  4. We recyle, only use cloth bags and I just switched to cloth napkins.
    deb
    ardenpostma@aol.com

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  5. I grew up in the 50's/60's, and and with that mentality have been reusing, recycling, and reducing since a wee thing! (Trifty Scottish parents/grandparents taught me well too!)
    Very little is thrown out without being put to at least one more use: from scraps of material (home made clothes, soft toys, crafts, etc) being used as stuffing, dust cloths, cleaning rags, etc; to styrofoam containers/packaging being used in shrinkcrafts, cut up for plant markers, outlet draft stoppers, regifting homemade cookies, cakes, brownies; almost everything is reused and recycled.
    A bountiful garden is readied throughout the winter from meal-prep scraps emptied into the pre-winter garden hole, and covered up lightly weekly with garage-stored dirt. In the spring, pop bottles with their bottoms cut off work as mini greenhouses, only to be turned over and partially buried top side down next to plants and used as water-conserving drip-watering containers. (The bottoms I cut off are used as 'saucers' for new plants I start indoors from the seeds of peppers/tomatoes/squash/ etc used in meal prep).
    My garden helps grow prolific herbs and spices for use in home therapies and cooking, thus keeping my family healthier and drastically cutting down on the need for prescription chemicals.

    terrymac1a@hotmail.com

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  6. Ps. We also 'gorrila garden', highly recommended to help out our planet! Literally, a soothing sight for (polution) sore eyes!

    terrymac1a(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  7. I signed up for email
    9oofus@gmail.com

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  8. I follow on google followers
    9oofus@gmail.com

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  9. I follow on twitter
    suzquiz

    9oofus@gmail.com

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  10. I've done a lot in the last year to do my part and I plan on continuing to make changes. I use reusable bag instead of plastic or paper. I've switched most of my cleaners to "safe" cleaners. I have even switched to organic, chemical free cosmetics and have recently jumped on the "NO Shampoo" bandwagon and so far so good! We switched from regular light bulbs to energy saving florescent bulbs and hopefully we continue on our venture to improve ourselves.
    Kimberly
    fishinmomwantstowin@gmail.com

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  11. I follow on Google
    Kimberly
    fishinmomwantstowin@gmail.com

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  12. I follow on Twitter
    ID: @fishinmom
    Kimberly
    fishinmomwantstowin@gmail.com

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  13. I subscribe by email.
    Kimberly
    fishinmomwantstowin@gmail.com

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  14. I try to buy a lot of things used (clothing, household items, etc.) By doing this I am supporting a charity (Salvation Army) but am also trying to keep things from the landfill. I am also a freecycle member.

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  15. I am a google friend follower.
    pamfreecycle@gmail.com

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  16. I am an email subscriber...home address...dphumphrey@

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  17. following on twitter as edmontonjb

    dftrew(at)gmail(dot)com

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  18. I not only reuse old clothes and recycle but I compost and put it into my garden, this year I'm going to try my hand at growing some of our own food too! (Last year I planted the seeds too early and everything died -.- )

    Anna
    perfectbluemoon@gmail[dot]com

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  19. I do my part by cleaning up the yard, recycling my cans and bottles, paper and cereal boxes,

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  20. I follow @oneincome on Twitter @barginmom

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  21. I Follow through Google Friend Connect.

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  22. You can find your button here: http://barginmom.wordpress.com/

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  23. We make our life greener by regularly recycling everything possible. We also use CFLs, Energy Star appliances, and reusable shopping bags. We combine driving trips to save mileage -- and turn things like lights off when not in use. *Thanks* for the giveaway!
    theluckyladybug[at]gmail[dot]com

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  24. Following with Google Friend Connect
    theluckyladybug[at]gmail[dot]com

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  25. Following on Twitter
    theluckyladybug[at]gmail[dot]com

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  26. Subscribed by email
    theluckyladybug[at]gmail[dot]com

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  27. Your button is in my sidebar, Buttons O - S
    theluckyladybug[at]gmail[dot]com

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  28. Winner!
    suzie said...
    I follow on google followers
    9oofus@gmail.com

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