Earth Day Reader Contest: Best Green Tip Wins a Prize!

In honor of the 40th anniversary of Earth Day, we’d like to give back – to you!

Just leave us a great eco-conscious tip that you use to help preserve the environment, in the comments section, below. The reader who submits the best green idea wins a prize from Blisstree!

It’s as easy as being green.

You’ll have to leave your email address, but we’ll only use it to contact you if you win.

Happy Earth Day and good luck!

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    • kittypride

      My tip is to compost. Growing your vegetables in soil that you have personally helped to enhance, be organic and Earth friendly, feed your soil :D

    • chazcooks

      I reuse nearly every disposable container – some are great for storing bulk food items. Buying bulk foods is also a good way to reduce packaging – especially if you bring your own container to the store.

    • rebekkahm

      Walk or ride your bike to work, to the store, to the gym, where ever you can. It’s good for you and good for the environment. If you live to far to walk, try to use public transportation or car-pool to your destination. One less vehicle on the road even for a few minutes at a time adds up!

    • shinyhappycarrie

      my tip is to cook food as quickly as possible! meaning, after you get your local ingredient, pick the recipe that takes 15 minutes instead of the recipe that takes 45. less energy required and more time to do other things. a win for you AND a win for the environment! :)

    • luvmydachshund

      Always scoop the poop! :-D Never let pet waste run off! You can help reduce polluted storm water runoff by just picking up your pet’s poop and dispose of it properly. Leaving pet waste on the ground increases public health risks by allowing harmful bacteria or organic material to wash into the storm drain and eventually into local waterbodies.

    • doreen r

      I use cold water tide and only use cold water.
      I always turn water off when brushing teeth, dishes. etc.
      I dry clothes on a clothes line.
      I recycle everthing.
      I feel good.