1. What does ‘Green Living’ mean to you?
I think green living means finding the connection with nature that we have somehow lost. I feel that we consume more resources than our Earth can provide and that this balance needs to be restored. I feel that it our responsibility to make choices that are sustainable for our environment and by doing so, we can live in harmony with nature for generations to come. Life is full of decisions that need to be made and I always try to think of what impact my decisions will have the environment, my community and my family.
2. How can I advertise on Sweet Greens?
If you own a green shop, group, business, or blog and are interested in advertising on Sweet Greens, please email me at email@example.com and I will send you my media kit.
3. How can I get my shop or product featured on Sweet Greens?
First, please ask yourself these questions: Does your shop recycle something old into something fabulous? Do you make eco-friendly products that you want to tell the world about? Does your shop offer something lovely that is organic, fair trade, natural, or eco-friendly? If you answered yes to all of these questions, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can get started.
4. Can I provide a prize for a giveaway on Sweet Greens? Or, would you be interested in reviewing an eco-friendly product to review on Sweet Greens?
I am all ears, drop me a note at email@example.com and we can chat.
5. We live in a tiny apartment and really want to start composting. Can you suggest a composter that we can use indoors? Is that even possible?
This is a fantastic question and guess what, it is completely possible. My family has a NatureMill Automatic Indoor Composter that we adore. It is large enough to compost up to 120 pounds of organic food scraps a month, which is perfect for the average sized family. It is small enough to be stored in your kitchen, laundry room or other small space. The best part is that it runs on only 10 watts of energy or about 50¢ a month and you will have fresh organic compost in about 2 weeks. You can see how the NatureMill Indoor Composter works here.
6. I’m looking for eco-friendly teacher gift ideas that won’t break the bank. Do you have any suggestions?
Yay! Great question. Some of my favorite teacher gifts include items that the teacher can at school and home. If you are looking for something that you can pick up on your next grocery trip, hit the natural body care section. Who wouldn’t love a set of organic lip balms, lotions or soap, these are goodies that will spoil your teachers without busting your budget. If you are feeling crafty, check out my favorite projects to get started!
If you have questions or comments, you can also reach me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.