The BEST Resolution for 2013

Happy New Year! Let’s talk about the BEST new year’s resolutions for 2013.

2013 is the year of the GREEN. Make your main goal for the year a commitment to being more eco-friendly. When you strive to be green, you fulfill resolutions every day. Whether you want to save money, lose weight, or have a positive impact on your community, being green has a solution for every goal.

green new year's resolutions

To help you get started, I’ve assembled 13 ways to incorporate natural living into your family.

PICK ONE and leave a comment to choose your resolution for 2013.

13. Recycling

12. Cloth Diapering

11. Avoiding GMO-Foods

10. Composting

9. Breastfeeding

8. Babywearing

7. Natural labor

6. Green cleaning supplies

5. Using cloth towels

4. Minimizing food waste

3. Reusing food storage containers

2. Enriching young minds

The #1 way to be more green in 2013 is to GROW GREEN THINGS!

1. Gardening

I’m on a mission to grow better kids and I’m planning to do this by raising gardeners. I am positive that a passion for gardening will improve life for the next generation. Not everyone who is green is going to change the world. A lot of people don’t want to change the world at all. However, a path of light footprints will leave the world a better place. You can start in your own home by making small changes to use your resources more effectively, and gradually tackling bigger and better challenges as being green gets easier.

When you set your mind on a green intention, let it grow.

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4 comments on “The BEST Resolution for 2013

  1. This is a very good list : ).
    Thanks for sharing.

  2. […] Christmas, restful break, and exciting New Year celebration. Recently, I gave my suggestions for the best resolutions for 2013, but now I’m ready to tell you my personal […]

  3. Aly Mashrah says:

    My mom used to have a HUGE vegetable garden, and 3 fruit trees in our backyard before we moved. It was so nice to just go to the backyard for tomatoes, cucumbers, potatoes, and all sorts of other goods. Now that we moved into our new house, and my mom has had knee surgery, it’s been hard to start a new garden. Hopefully this year we will do it. Great post!

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