Photo Credit: Tara Fletcher-Gibbs
We know, we know: Earth Day is every day. But we celebrate it today. So, as we aim to make our planet a greener, cleaner place to inhabit, here's a round-up of our favorite eco-friendly things to buy, read and make this weekend:
Browsing around Mindful Momma's blog, we fell in love with these chic, sleek, insulated stainless steel water bottles from S'well. Even better, S'well has partnered with WaterAid to help provide safe, clean water to poor communities throughout the world. Ditch plastic bottles for good!
Did you know that Earth Day was first celebrated on April 22, 1970? (Thanks to Greenista, now you do!) Share this and other eco-fun facts with your kids today.
Think going green is pricey -- or a pain? Not so! Check out these cheap and easy ways to green your life from iVillage.
These colorful wool dryer balls from CleanSypria's Etsy shop are an eco-alternative to dryer sheets. Toss them in with your clothes -- over and over again. Your babe will love playing with them, too.
If your kids have leftover Peeps after Easter (and really, who eats them all?) don't throw them away. (How long would a Peep take to decompose in a landfill, anyway?) Instead, use them up with this adorable, tasty take on s'mores from Eclectic Recipes.