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Welcome to the Ditch the Disposables Giveaway Hop!

Ditch the Disposables

It’s here! Welcome to the Ditch the Disposables Giveaway Hop, hosted by So Easy Being Green.

This giveaway hop is dedicated to all the wonderful, reusable products available. A fabulous group of bloggers have come together to offer you some great giveaways of reusable products so you too can… ditch the disposables! Be sure to hop around to all the blogs involved on the linky below and don’t miss the Ultimate Green Family Grand Prize worth $320! Are you ready to take your green to the next level!? Enter now!

Decorative Dots with Glass Dharma
The giveaway here at Mama on a Green Mission is a $25 gift card to Glass Dharma! If you’ve not heard of them, check out my review of their amazing glass straws! They’ll make you want to never use another disposable straw again! Their style and elegance are just bonuses when it comes to ditching plastic straws! Fill out the entry form below for your chance to win! Once you’ve entered here, check out the grand prize below AND hop around to the other blogs listed below for more chances at winning items to help you ditch the disposables!


      Good luck on ditching the disposables – now increase your odds of winning the best reusable products by entering more giveaways in the Hop, including the Ultimate Green Family Grand Prize!   ditchdisposablegp   This prize includes a $50 Gift Certificate to Glass Dharma, glass straws handmade in the USA, and a Softbums Cloth Diaper Starter Kit {includes a wet bag, 3 shells, and 6 inserts! You’ll also find the new Merry & Bright Tote Collection from SnapSac resuable bags, a $50 GC to Lunapads.com, and a roll of 12 Unpaper Towels from TheUnpaperTowel.com!  


So Easy Being Green, the Blogging Mamas Network, and the Ditch the Disposables participating bloggers are not responsible for sponsors who do not fulfill prize obligations.

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  1. Jennifer Johansen says:

    I started making my own dishwasher detergent this year.

  2. abedabun dawn says:

    What did I do to become more green? I sewed velcro tabs onto some cloth napkins and made a roll of “paper” towels with them. I used the paper tube from a roll of paper towels to wrap the towels around. Connect the velcro tabs to form a continuous roll. Placed it in my paper towel holder. Works great.

  3. I make my own laundry detergent.

  4. Switching to mama cloth

  5. I’ve started using cloth diapers 😉

  6. This year I’ve gone from using a sandwich bag every day for my lunch to a reusable plastic container that I can wash.

  7. Ashley Chassereau Parks says:

    We’ve continued to use cloth diapers and “un-paper towels.” 🙂

  8. Darlene Owen says:

    We bought an Electric Volt car.

  9. we built our house out of mostly recycled and reclaimed materials!!!

  10. Julie Ghrist says:

    I have started using natural cleaning products and detergents

  11. Sarah Hayes says:

    I started using glass straws actually. love them!

  12. lissa crane says:

    my green change is that I switched and use green cleaners around my house!

  13. lissa crane says:

    love your green links-very useful!

  14. Terra Agueda says:

    I use a glass reuseable water bottle now. I do not buy disposable bottles

  15. Donna Cheatle says:

    I’ve started using Woolzies in the dryer instead of chemical fabric softeners! It saves on electricity too!

  16. Brittney Minor says:

    I use all reusable lunch items for my kids school lunches!

  17. We ditched the ziplock bags and only use re-usable containers, we especially love bento boxes, for our lunches.

  18. We have started to cloth diaper – and we started a worm compost!

  19. I’ve eliminated the use of dryer sheets. I realized we don’t need them and I’m creating less waste.

  20. We started using cloth diapers for our first baby (DD born in June)!

  21. Amanda Alvarado says:

    We are packing dd’s lunch with reusable sandwich bags and containers.

  22. Wendy Mastin says:

    We are using stainless steel water bottles instead of buying all of those plastic bottles

  23. Paol Trenny says:

    I started composting my food and using less water

  24. Jenny Stanek says:

    Using almost no disposable plates, cups, etc.

  25. Our first baby is due in 5 weeks and we will be cloth diapering. I will also be using mama cloth post partum.
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  26. Tracie Nath says:

    I started making my own all purpose cleaner, started using reusable shopping bags, take shorter showers, use mirofiber cloths when I can instead of paper towels.

  27. We cut the grass with a push reel mower.

  28. We’ve been conscious about our use of plastics or purchasing of them and have been reducing our use of water.

  29. Dorothy Teel says:

    I have some glass bottles that we fill with water and reuse frequently at my home. I have tried to quit using plastic bags at the grocery store and we watch and try to by products that are not packed in a lot of waste products if possible

  30. Kayci Stanley says:

    I started taking reusable bags with me to the grocery store and I don’t use those plastic bags for my produce either.

  31. We have been using a Berkey filter to filter our tap water instead of buying spring water or endless Brita filters that don’t even work as well as we had wanted.

  32. We have replaced plastic water bottles with Aluminum bottles and filtered tap water

  33. Instead of buying extra clothes I’ve been making things from my stash.
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  34. Judith Martinez says:

    I made my own dishwasher detergent for the first time this year

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