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Go Green With Your Family This Summer

By Emily |

Brenden helping in the garden

Spring is in full swing, and summer is just around the corner with the official kick-off of Memorial Day this weekend.  If you’ve been thinking about making some eco-friendly changes to your lifestyle, or around your home, I think that spring and summer is a great time to start.

I don’t know about you, but I feel much more motivated to try new things, and work on projects around the house, when the weather is beautiful, the sun is shining, and the days are longer.

Although our family has made lots of changes over the past five years of our journey toward more green and natural living, I still have a running “Changes To Make” list I am constantly adding things to that I want to try, or make into a habit, in our lifestyle.

If you’re looking for some ideas to start with for moving your family toward a more eco-friendly lifestyle, here are nine great changes to make, or things to try, over the next few months.

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Ways Your Family Can Go Green This Summer

Try Cloth Diapers

When the weather is nice, I love letting my little ones run around in just a t-shirt and diaper. And of course, cloth diapers are so much cuter on a toddler's bum than a disposable. I also love hanging my diapers out on line during the summer.
If you're interested in cloth diapers, but not sure where to start, check out these 10 Cloth Diapers for Modern Parents, and Their Toddlers.

What green changes would you like to make over the summer months?

Emily writes about green and natural living at Live Renewed.
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Emily McClements is passionate about caring for creation while saving money at the same time. She is a blessed wife and mama to three young children, and blogs about her family's journey toward natural and green living on a budget at Live Renewed. Read bio and latest posts → Read Emily's latest posts →

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