My February focus is still all about going green. I’ve shared my favorite green cleaning products that I use everyday. I really love having them now that Hailey is into helping with everything and wants to “clean” her kitchen (and spray it herself) all the time. I’m so glad I know it’s safe!
Lately I’ve come upon other green products that are intriguing to me. Let me be upfront by saying that I am FAR from being the greenest person around, but I am trying to make improvements. You have to start somewhere, right?
Here are some green products that have recently caught my eye…
Favorite Green Kitchen Swap: Reusable Paper Towels
I’m not sure I could ever give up paper towels altogether, but having a reusable option would certainly cut back on the number of them I use each day. Plus, these are so cute and I’d love to have them in my kitchen!
Favorite Lunch Helper: LunchSkins Reusable Snack & Sandwich Bags
We go through a decent amount of snack-sized Ziplocks around here and having a cute, green option to use instead would certainly help us out.
Favorite Baby Food Necessity: The Little Green Pouch
The company actually sent me some of these to try when Hailey was smaller, but by then she wasn’t eating pouches that often and I didn’t get the chance to try them. However, I look forward to using them for baby #2! We will still most likely do baby led weaning, but these look great for applesauce on the go!
Favorite Festive Must-Have: Lilywrap
Lilywrap was started by my friend, Ashley, and she’s turned her brilliant idea into a household staple. Lilywrap is stretchy, covers all shapes and sizes, is really cute and is reusable. Plus, it helps people who can’t wrap presents to save their life (ME) be able to still show up to parties with an adorable looking gift to give!
Favorite Sipper: Stainless Steel Straws
If you’re a straw-user, think how many of those plastic suckers you probably go through. This stainless steel option is durable, safe and reusable.
Favorite Backyard Want: The Compost Wizard
Ok, this and a swing-set for Hailey may be in a tie, but I throw away so many kitchen scraps and we have a large yard with lots of clean-up, so I really could see us getting a lot of use out of it. Plus, maybe it would help me actually be successful with gardening for once??
What are your favorite green, earth-friendly products to use?
Or what are some that you’d like to try?