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How are you #CleanCouponing in 2015?

How do you stretch a dollar AND provide the most wholesome value for your family’s dinners and more?  Like many people across the country, maybe you’re attuned to #CleanCouponing, being frugal with MORE than money! When you shop, do you bypass the cheapest item for the one that is made with more care so you […]

Continue Reading By on January 8, 2015 in clean couponing, conscious consumerism, green frugal, Green Goes Mainstream, shopping

Green Goes Mainstream: 10 Tips for Greener Home & School Habits

Would you believe that each of us generates around four and a third pounds of garbage from normal living in the United States each day?  Of that, we might recycle or compost a small portion, keeping less than half of that garbage out of expensive landfills. The Environmental Protection Agency says in 2012 alone, we […]

Continue Reading By on August 5, 2014 in education, green frugal, Green Goes Mainstream, green parenting, recycle, school

Green Your Home with Tips from A Top Organic Architect

He’s a licensed architect, a LEED Accredited Professional and a sought-after lecturer on ecologically sound building design.  The author who wrote Green Sense for the Home and Green Building & Remodeling for Dummies recently answered questions for you here at FlourSackMama.com.  When we asked architect Eric Corey Freed of OrganicArthitect.com for a few tips on […]

Continue Reading By on October 10, 2013 in architecture, conscious consumerism, conservation, green, green frugal, home, Uncategorized

Congrats to Go Green, Save Green Book Winner

Congrats to Tana S. for winning the free copy of Go Green, Save Green, the book by Christian author Nancy Sleeth of nonprofit group Blessed Earth, donated by Lindquist Environmental Appalachian Fellowship. Thanks to everyone who entered and shared this giveaway. Here’s what I thought about the book: What if you could save hundreds, even […]

Continue Reading By on July 27, 2012 in green, green frugal