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A place to join a mom and her family as they work to achieve a purposefully simplified footprint. From farmer's markets to homemade cleaners, composters to organic gardens, and crafts to organizing it Green they are trying it all.

What inspired you to start blogging?

What are 3 things you can teach other moms to make their lives more eco-friendly?

Where is your favorite place to shop for eco-friendly products?

What's a great cleaning product you've discovered?

Jenn Hardebeck

I always have vinegar, baking soda, salt, castile soap (bar and liquid), washing soda, coconut oil, and borax on hand at home. These products cover almost all of my house cleaning and laundry needs. Baking soda, coconut oil and castile soap are great self-care products as well. I spend under $50.00/ year combined on laundry detergent, dish washer detergent, dish soap, cleaning solutions, baby shampoo/ bath wash, and deodorant. Low cost and earth friendly.
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Can you share a favorite Valentines Day project or recipe that moms can do with kids under the age of 6?

Jenn Hardebeck

We made "love bowls" this year. My kids are 3 and 1 and loved it. We make salt dough hearts, paint them, and write our family members names on them. I put them in a small bowl on the table. The kids are so proud of their creation.
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Should allowance be tied to chores?

Jenn Hardebeck

My children are too young to have set chores except to clean up toys at this point. When the time comes we will have chores that are simply expected jobs as a member of our family. Additionally, we will have jobs that go beyond the expected in which they can earn money. I want them to be able to earn money to provide an opportunity to teach them to save and share.
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