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Do you know what all those accidentally thrown out containers from our bathrooms are a GIANT missed opportunity when it comes to recycling.  Think shampoo bottles and all those other miscellaneous beauty product containers. Did you know only 24% of Americans recycle in their bathrooms? Unilever is launching a fantastic campaign to remind all of us that recycling these wasted goodies will make a GIANT impact.  Did you know these bath and beauty bottles can TOTALLY take on new life and return as hairbrushes, backpacks or even backyard play

Inspired by Project Sunlight's summer activities for kids to help us create a more sustainable world, Kenzie and I decided to go green in our bathroom. We added a recycling bin to our bathroom by recycling a cardboard box and decorating it with leftover tissue paper that coordinated with my master bath decor. Going Green in our Master Bathroom Here's all we needed to make our own recycling bin. We used mixed recyclables in our neighborhood so we don't need to separate cardboards from plastic. If

We heart LunchSkins and are thrilled to see this Mompreneur company hit the aisles in Target. Hooray! Lunchskins2 now sells an affordable multipack line at nearly 300 Target stores nationwide! We reviewed Lunchskins years ago and now are happy to report anyone can buy these eco-friendly snack bags, sandwich bags,and oversized "sub" bags in store at almost 300 Target stores and of course as always, they are available online. LunchSkins were founded by 3 Green Moms who wanted to make a difference and a dent