Did you know that Alka Seltzer cleans toilets? Or that lemon and hydrogen peroxide are natural alternatives to bleach? Featured speaker, Julie Edelman of The Accidental Housewife, put an interesting spin on being green. Here's the good news: It's about "being green enough," she said. "Light green." Okay, I can do that. Edelman offered some practical, fun advice on greening your cleaning. I particularly liked her Alka Seltzer jingle: "Plop, plop. Fizz, fizz. Away will go the poop and whizz."
LittleChickieWear had adorable 100% organic cotton onesies and tees:
IAGmedia displayed DVDs, CDs, books, and more that teach kids about caring for our environment. Let's Go Chipper: Into the Great Outdoors was an iParenting Media Award Winner!
Good Food Gardens displayed a live outdoor garden system that supports healthy, eco-conscious living. I WANT ONE! These gardens promote family cooperation and interdependency. And with access to their own fresh produce, children develop healthy habits for life . . .love it!
SodaStream distributed free samples for soda and sparkling water lovers. It was a delicious alternative to the bottles and cans "that are suffocating our planet." In fact, the average American consumes 600 cans or bottles of soda and sparkling water each year. SodaStream boasts less sugar and sugar-free options . . .with fizz. Santa, please add this to my list!