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Jessica is the NH.com Editor and Producer. She has a BA in Creative Writing from Chester College of NE, and a M.Ed. specializing in Adult Education from Plymouth State University. She is happily married and a proud mama of two perfect little boys and is motivated to alert New Hampshirites to the hottest goings-on in the state. Her interests include cracking the spine of a good book, writing, painting and cuddling with her babies on the sofa while some terrible reality TV hums in the background.
Spring-Time Go Green: Cleaning With Vinegar, & Kids' Recycling & Gardening Crafts
Monday, March 24, 2014
Our first spring weekend for 2014 is already behind us. The sun is getting brighter, and I am blissfully ignoring nor'easter forecasts!
Springtime is a fresh-start to the year. The snow will wash away, and we can begin our spring cleaning! This is the perfect time of year to consider "cleaning" up our cleaning products, too! If you are interested in 'green' cleaning alternatives, check out this feature for DIY natural cleaning solutions! These tips will clean your home, and maybe even save you some money!
If you have little kids at home, spring is also the perfect time to focus craft-time on recycling and up-cycling projects! Get them involved in caring for the planet that will be theirs one day! Read our 'green' kids' & family activities feature for DIY recycled gardening and organizational crafts!
What are your family's favorite 'green' and recycling projects? Share them in the comments section below, or on our Facebook page (with photos!) and we will add them to our collection!