ENTER TO WIN: Entire Martha Stewart Clean Product Line

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For years, Martha Stewart has promoted creative and practical solutions for healthy living and responsible homekeeping. Martha Stewart Clean contains 99+% plant- and mineral-based biodegradable ingredients, without artificial additives of any kind, and comes in fully recyclable packaging. It even has the ‘Design for the Environment’ logo from the Environmental Protection Agency given only to those products that meet stringent criteria for human and environmental health.  Martha Stewart Clean™ products are available nationwide at The Home Depot, Giant Eagle Supermarkets, Publix , Fairway Market and at in bulk.

One (1) lucky Lady and the Blog reader will receive an entire set of Martha Stewart Clean products. If you’d like, please share with us what your family is doing to help the environment.

And check out Martha Stewart’s Whole Living magazine here to learn ten ways to make Earth Day matter.

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  1. What a wonderful prize! I have been looking for these product but can’t find them yet. I would be thrilled to win them!

  2. If it’s yellow let it mellow – if it’s brown flush it down! I read that the most water used in a home is through the toliet 🙂

  3. simple things: recycle, turn off water when brushing, re-use materials as much as possible, etc.

  4. Always on the look out for green solutions to cleaning….would love this stuff!
    One green thing we do at home is compost….we have two piles outside going. Its amazing how much less garbage goes out to the curb every day just from composting and recycling!

  5. Wow, this looks awesome! Thanks for the chance to win. mrsmchappell at gmail dot com

  6. Wow I didn’t even know Martha had a cleaning line. My family (aka ME) always uses reusable totes at the grocery store. No more plastic bags!

  7. We make our life greener by regularly recycling everything possible. We also use CFLs, Energy Star appliances, and reusable shopping bags. We combine driving trips to save mileage — and turn things like lights off when not in use. *Thanks* for the giveaway!

  8. hi there! Im fairly new to your blog and love it. I live in Germany bc we’re in the USAF and our cleaning supplies on base are slim pickings! I would LOVE to test these all out. What fun. Im preggo so I also love your maternity post. I have three weddings between next week and Sept when Im due and its hard to find cute things that dont make you look frumpy. We plan on cloth diapering to not only help the environment but keep our first little bundle of joy as healthy and chemical free as possible 🙂

  9. Would love to win this one.
    We recycle, we re-use, i’m constantly making sure that we’re saving an energy. One of the reasons i use blow-dryer rearly(to save an enegry), the other one would be can’t stand blow dryers:) We’ve put solar panels so we get some of the electricity of them. I try to use(and re-use) paper bags/boxes when i’m shopping for groceries. Organic products and cleaning products free of chemicals(boy, they’re expensive).

  10. We recycle everything we can, use reusable totes instead of plastic bags, keep the heat set pretty low in the winter, and anything else we can think of. Thanks!

  11. What a fantastic giveaway! Thanks for the opportunity. We recycle at home amongst other things. Its awesome to see your four year old tell you “we have to ‘cycle these” momma and put the items in the correct bins.

  12. I’m always looking for products that help the environment. The fact that they are biodegradable is huge!

  13. My fiance and I just moved to a smaller apartment with bigger windows, to save on lighting.. (and heat, and over all cost). We also take the bus now, instead of driving. We compost, recycle, buy local, buy second hand clothes, and hang up our clothes to dry, as opposed to using a dryer and I always make homemade food so that we can save on food packaging.. we rarely eat pre-packaged foods, actually… I make my own tomato sauce, salsa, cereals, tortillas, breads.. pizzas and yogurt. It might not taste as good as the prepackaged stuff (lol, hey now.. I didnt say I was a good chef!) but it is cost effective and a lot better for the environment!

  14. We turn off the water in the shower when we are soaping up and doing all that washing and only turn it back on to rinse. Water is also only on briefly when brushing teeth so it is not left running the entire time. We are good about reduce/reuse/recycle too. Lights are only on if you are in the room and need them and never during the day because we have lots of windows. Also when the weather permits the windows are always open for fresh air instead of air conditioning (we live in AZ so this does have its limits). I have been trying out some homemade cleaning products but would love to try these out. Thank you for the giveaway!

  15. Great prize! We’ve stopped using plastic bags and are trying to keep the lights off as much as possible.

  16. I am expecting my first child and would love to win these products to keep my house clean & safe for my newborn! My husband and I own a business and have implemented all green practices into the facility such as recycling the water we use, using geothermal energy, recycling, and using all energy efficient VFDs and Lighting.

  17. What a selection of products. I didn’t know there were so many to choose from. Thanks!

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