Friday Giveaway: Simple Shoes

In honor of Earth Day, we have an earth-friendly giveaway that your feet will love!


Once again, we are singing the praises of Simple Shoes! And, we are so excited to hook one of our readers up!

For the Spring 2009 season, Simple has introduced Glue-Free Assembly to several styles in their Green Toe™ collection. They started with the idea of making our shoes completely without glue, but quickly realized that the backings in the component building process still needed a small amount or they would fall apart. Nevertheless, by using sewing machines instead of extra glue to assemble the shoe components, the new Glue-Free Assembly reduces the amount of glue used to less than 5mL (think about the size of a thimble compared to the two shot glasses of glue that are usually required). The styles in this collection also have super-comfy foot beds made from reclaimed scrap carpet padding, as well as outsoles made from a blend of recycled car tire and natural latex.


We will be giving away a pair of the gumbo flip flops (green, of course) and a feedbag to a lucky mama reader! Leave us a comment answering the following:

If you were to choose an "earth day resolution", what would you resolve to do over this next year that would make a difference for our planet?


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[this giveaway will be closed on Thursday, April 30th at 11 PM, & the winner will be announced next Friday!]

And now, for the winner of last week's giveaway:

(((((((((Brooke R.))))))))))


Shoot us an email and we will hook you up!

227 comments:

  1. if i were to make a resoultion (which I should) it would be to stop drinking bottled water

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  2. you are also in my link list
    http://theperch-sheryl.blogspot.com/

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  3. Use my reusable shopping bags every time I go to the store...I always seem to leave them at home!

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  4. Mine would be the same as Sarah...I have the bags, but I never remember to put them back in the car. So I want to get better about doing that. I'm also trying to use more "green" cleaning products.

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  5. I stumbled.
    Michelle
    http://oneordinaryday.wordpress.com/

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  6. I've done a plastic audit in my kitchen, so I'm going to work hard to eliminate those products from my grocery list and from our household. No straws, plastic wrap, plastic shopping bags, etc.
    Michelle
    http://oneordinaryday.wordpress.com/

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  7. We are still not recycling. It is an extra charge in my town and the large bin is over $100 to purchase and deliver. I keep thinking that the moment I pay, they will wise up and make it mandatory and I would have paid for nothing. I'm slowly breaking down though. The amount of trash we have each week is crazy!

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  8. I resolve to buy more of my food from local farmers.

    Great giveaway! Thanks!

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  9. I joined your FB network too.

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  10. I resolved to use my reusable shopping bags--i've stowed them under my baby's feet in the back seat, so, everytime i get him out of the car, I see them and remember to grab them.

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  11. I resolve to buy more local produce and less paper towels!

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  12. I'm resolving to start a vegetable garden this year and not only buy local but grow my own!

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  13. NEVER use a plastic bag. If I forget them when I go to a store I will only buy what I can carry.

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  14. My Earth Day resolution this year was simply to make "going green" a DAILY habit, not a when-I-remember occurance.

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  15. Blog list: www.babyvalone.blogspot.com

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  16. My resolution would be to keep up with our recycling even though we are moving to a new town. We've done really well this year...we have more recycling than trash now!

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  17. We have resolved to bring less stuff into our home and to recycle or send to goodwill as much as possible of the stuff that comes out of our home.

    mayhem.mama at yahoo dot com

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  18. I am hoping to turn up the thermostat during the hot and humid summer months here in the midwest!
    I don't take heat well, but I am going to give it the old college
    try. Please enter me in your fun giveaway drawing!
    Many thanks..... Cindi
    jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  19. I want to walk or bike as much as possible instead of taking the car for short little trips....I could use the exercise too!

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  20. I stumbled this giveaway!
    Thanks, Cindi
    jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  21. Also, I stumbled this fabulous giveaway prize drawing contest!
    Many thanks.....Cindi
    jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  22. I am a happy email newsletter subscriber to your blog!
    This is a fantastic prize package.
    Thanks for the chance.....
    Cindi
    jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  23. I am also a member of your Facebook
    Network.
    Again, many thanks.....Cindi
    jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  24. I would resolve to recylce evrything possible, cereal boxes, magazines, - not just cans and bottles.

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  25. You are on my blog roll here
    http://couponqueenslaurelrun.blogspot.com/

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  26. It is my goal to participate in the city's recycling program and to shave a few minutes off the sprinkler and shower times for our household-thanks!
    linjenals at yahoo dot com

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  27. I am a subscriber-thanks!
    linjenals at yahoo dot com

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  28. i think i would .... stop buying stuff in plastic containers .... never buy bottled water .... use less lights at home .... drive less!

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  29. We are taking a big step this year and downsizing our home. We are moving from a 3BR house to a 2BR, and are selling one of our two cars in an effort to be more eco-friendly. We are a family of 4.
    I had Simple shoes 15 years ago and I loved them!

    onlycancan ta hotmail tod com

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  30. I will stop using plastic bags at the grocery store and also try to use reusable bags for my lunch such as reusable sandwich bags.

    sarahbcrawford(at)gmail(dot)com

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  31. to stand fierce and use the reuseables all the time even when a store tells me no...
    and cut down on all plastic useage in the house

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  32. I've got a couple - I'm going to get reusable sandwich bags (like snackTAXI) for my kids lunches to stop using Ziplocs. and I'm planting a garden so we have our own fresh herbs and vegetables.
    Thanks for the giveaway~

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  33. I've heard about Simple shoes before and I love the fact that everything is from recycled materials. My resolution would be to use reusable bags everytime I go grocery shopping. or any shopping, for that matter.

    thanks!

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  34. My Earth Day resolution is to remember to bring my own bags when I shop.

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  35. my resolution is to take shorter showers and keep the heat low (and no ac!)

    alison_luby at hotmail dot com

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  36. If you were to choose an "earth day resolution", what would you resolve to do over this next year that would make a difference for our planet? I would use stainless steel bottles for our daily water that we carry around.

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  37. no more plastic bags, I'll take reusables with me.

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  38. I would stop using plastic water bottles and use my reusable bags even more.

    samsakara@twcny.rr.com

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  39. Use my bike more and the car less!
    tiffanycadenhead@yahoo.com

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  40. I resolve to use reusable bags and not drink bottled water. sharonaquilino(At)hotmail(dot)com

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  41. I also want to start a compost pile!

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  42. get rid of all aersol cans mverno@roadrunner.com

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  43. I will continue to use cloth bags for shopping, recycle paper, bottles and glass and try to group outings as to minimize the fuel used.

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  44. Recycle more glass, aluminum,tin, paper and cardboard . The guy at the landfill always says "just throw it in there (the dumpster that goes in the landfill) which make me mad! I think the men guarding the "dump" need to be younger and tained better!!!!!!!!!!

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  45. I have resolved to actually use the reusable shopping bags I've already purchased.

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  46. I just started using chlorine free diapers!!!! I don't think I can do cloth . . . but it's somthing. (of course the diapers are for my baby, not me.) ;)
    Julie

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  47. My earthday resolution this year is to compost. I hate throwing away food waste so we will see how much less trash we have after composting.
    saradavis1 at gmail

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  48. Growing my own veggies & herbs, composting & never again buying bottled water!

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  49. I have already started to go green. I changed my light bulbs to be more green, I no longer buy paper napkins, plates, or towels. We plant a tree every Arbor day and we installed a water filter so we don't buy bottled anymore. I have been buying bamboo clothing and I use compost as much as I can.

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  50. I would have to say that I want to be more self sustaining. I would love to redo the house to be more energy efficient and install solar panels. I am already starting a garden so that a plus. But I would love to be able to save more energy and reduce my carbon footprnt.

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  51. I have resolved to cut down on my kitchen products consumption - so much waste happens in my kitchen. I just made cloth napkins out of old sheets, I tore the rest of the old sheets and towels up into rags to replace paper towels, I just started washing and reusing jars for food storage (instead of baggies and foil) and I am going to buy more and more food from the bulk food bins (I reuse the bulk section plastic bags each time I go shopping). My hope is to be able to only have one can of trash at the curb each month.

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  52. You are on my blogroll.
    http://rushartist.wordpress.com

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  53. I would recycle.
    donna444444@yahoo.com

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  54. I am a subscriber.
    donna444444@yahoo.com

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  55. My resolution would be to get a filter on my faucet and drink water from that.
    meredycat*lycos*com

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  56. I'm now following you on Facebook.
    meredycat*lycos*com

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  57. Mary
    zenrei57 (at) hotmail (dot) com

    Since I love the beautiful creatures that share this planet with me, my resolution would be (and is) to no longer purchase any product not considered to be CRUELTY FREE! I consider going green to involve all aspects of nature :)

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  58. We've started quite a few green, but the newest is to turn off or unplug small electrics that we are not using, such as the printer, stereos, and of course, the computer.

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  59. I resolve to unplug things that are not being used. Thanks for the chance.

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  60. I would hopefully be to remember to keep my reusable bags in the car, so they are handy

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  61. I think trying to replace my lightbulbs with the greener type would be a good start. :)

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  62. Recycle. The initial cost is a little high but worth it in the long run.

    pamela.callahan@sbcglobal.net

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  63. everyone to replace their lightbulbs...it's something that only takes a few minutes, and that can realistically be done without expecting everyone to do it every day, etc.
    btw, love the shoes!

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  64. Have all electrical plugged into a power strip and turn the power strip off before bed every night. We just started this and its amazing how easy it is.

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  65. I should start carpooling to work.

    Elaine R
    emrosser@shaw.ca

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  66. Iwould promise to be more diligent about recycling. cardshark42(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  67. I am an email subscriber. cardshark42(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  68. replace all light bulbs with more efficient ones

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  69. I'd give a resuable bag to someone in the food store.

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  70. I would start composting, have to find out how though.

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  71. Mine would be to go all natural and completely start recycle!
    kristi2bsb@yahoo.com

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  72. My Earth Day promise is to use cloth products instead of paper. In our home we don't use paper towels or paper napkins. I don't use disposible products where cloth ones can be substituted. It sure does make a diffence in our garbage production.

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  73. we recycle everything...also found a substitute for laundry soap...no plstic bags and if we do we recycle and and use them for other uses...no direct trash

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  74. I need to start using tote bags instead of plastic bags at the grocery store. Thanks for the contest!

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  75. We just recently started our own vegetable garden - so I would love to be able to not have to buy vegetables at the grocery store anymore.

    contact me at:
    celeste@mail4me.com

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  76. We are growing our own veggies and we use reusable grocery bags plus we recycle.

    dawns_horizen@yahoo.com

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  77. If I were to make a resoultion it would be to recycle glass

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  78. Working on offsetting our carbon footprint. Walk were we can, buy locally grown food (we joined a CSA), recycle what we can, use reusable water bottles, bring our own reuseable grocery bags to the store.
    knittingmomof3 (AT) gmail (DOT) com

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  79. I follow on FB.
    knittingmomof3 (AT) gmail (DOT) com

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  80. I am an email subscriber.
    knittingmomof3 (AT) gmail (DOT) com

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  81. Use my reusable shopping bags every time I go to the store

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  82. Stumbled It (jkindred3)
    knittingmomof3 (AT) gmail (DOT) com

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  83. You are in my blogroll: http://www.rundpinne.blogspot.com
    knittingmomof3 (AT) gmail (DOT) com

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  84. Stop using plastic bags for all stores I shop at.

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  85. I resolve to grow more of my own food. asthenight at gmail dot com

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  86. never drive when I can walk.......

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  87. I would resolve to turn off the computer when I'm not using it.
    farrell@crosslake.net

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  88. My resolution is to recycle a lot more things than I do now and use less stuff in general.

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  89. I am going to resolve to try to buy more products that are "Made in the U.S.A." I resolve to look to see where products are made and make an effort to buy American. I know it doesn't make sense to transport goods that we buy here halfway around the world. Thanks.

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  90. I would resolve to do more recycling. We've done very little in the past because of laziness. Our attitudes are changing as we see how important it is to start doing our part.

    Ellen
    eering99@hotmail.com

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  91. I resolve to get my garden compost bin started and maintained for growing my own veggies.

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  92. These would be lovely. I find that tying shoes is getting more difficult the more my belly grows (25 weeks pregnant).

    I am slowly getting rid of most disposable products in my life. I'm buying eco-friendly alternatives that can be reused. I'm currently doing cloth diapers and wipes, cloth "paper" towels, cloth pads and cloth napkins. The next on the list are tissues and sandwich bags.

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  93. if i were to make a resolution i'd keep a garden and stick with it. i like to have my own garden so i would usual natural organics with out pesticides. i've tried it before but i have a hard time getting my veggies to grown. thank you.

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  94. We plan on buying a car and I will be considering the hybrids.

    Great giveaway thanks!

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  95. We are starting a garden & a compost pile this year - and trying to reduce the amount of trash we take to the dump. We already recycle, but it's amazing how much trash still accumulates :p

    LOVE the shoes & matching bag! Hope I win :)

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  96. I joined your facebook network.

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  97. & finally I put you in my blogroll.
    www.booksnboys.blogspot.com

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  98. I'm going to use my car less. Consolidate trips, walk when I can. This should save me some $$ too.
    Thanks!
    Adreisinger@aol.com

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  99. Email subscriber.
    Adreisinger@aol.com

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  100. Joined the FB network.
    Adreisinger@aol.com

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  101. become vegan. i just love cheese so much.

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  102. Turn off the lights in rooms we are not using! So bad at forgetting!
    KawaiiNeko2008 at aol dot com

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  103. my resolution would be to change all cleaning products to green products

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  104. My resolution would be to finish converting all my lights to eco friendly bulbs.

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  105. I would actually recycle.. I feel bad that we're not doing it now.

    thefatesarevicious at yahoo dot com

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  106. I would like to say stop using plastic bags alltogether~~

    ahdrad2932(at)msn(dot)com

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  107. subscribed

    ahdrad2932(at)msn(dot)com

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  108. recycle and conserve more:) ty 4 the entry into this awesome giveaway:)

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  109. Use less in the way of paper:ie:plates, towels & napkins..no styrofoam cups

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  110. I resolve to recycle,compost and conserve even more than i already am by not buying anything in plastic containers and to stop buying paper towels.

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  111. I would not use bottled water, only tap water with reusable bottle.

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  112. I vow to recycle every single recyclable item that I come in contact with this year! Junk mail, look out!

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  113. i'd make a resolution not to take anymore 20 minute showers!

    autumn398 (at) yahoo.com

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  114. I am going to start using the reusable shopping totes I have been collecting when I go to the grocery store.

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  115. I have decided to start shaving my legs without the shower running. It takes me a long time to shave and it was a suggestion in our local paper to save water...and I think it's a great idea. Thanks for the awesome giveaway. I love that Feedbag! :)

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  116. I have garage saled and purchased real dishes, silverware , cups & glasses for my RV..No more disposibles

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  117. No paper or platic at the grocery store. I'll bring my own reuseable bags.

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  118. I try and use the reusable bags, when I remember to take them with me. I have also stopped drinking bottled water.

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  119. I would refuse to use any plastic bottles. Plastic bottles litter our highways beyond belief!

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  120. I would resolve to stop eating carryout food. The amount of material that comes with it is disturbing!!

    pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net

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  121. It would be to use my re-usable shopping bags and encourage my family and friends to do so too so we can encourage each other to remember.

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  122. To stop drinking bottled water

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  123. I already do a lot but if I could afford to get a windmill or solar panels for my house I would con5459(at)gmail(dot)com

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  124. I'd dearly love to put some skylights in the family room but I don't know if I can afford to do so.

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  125. Thank you for a great giveaway! I am trying to use totes and not plastic bags. I wish I could afford solar panels hopefully someday. Thank you for a great giveaway!
    tatertot374@sbcglobal.net

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  126. My resolution is to use the a/c & heat more wisely. Use fans in the summer and extra blankets in the winter. I live in the Midwest so the winters can be brutal. But an extra blanket is cozy too. :-)

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  127. i resolve to lump errands and take a route to conserve gas.

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  128. We have resolved to compost this year!

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  129. i would use reusable shopping bags

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  130. I'm going to visit the local farmers market more often and feed my family fresh produce.

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  131. to try and use the reusable shopping bags...thanks for the great giveaway

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  132. I useable grocery bags and recycle

    gjsrjs@sbcglobal.net

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  133. My resolution is to start buying green cleaning products and unplug appliances when not in use to reduce "standy by" power consumption.

    shel704 at aol dot com

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  134. use airdryers after wash in restrooms.thanks

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  135. Signed up for the email list

    shel704 at aol dot com

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  136. Joined the Facebook group (Michelle Hudak)

    shel704 at aol dot com

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  137. You're on my blogroll
    http://auntiethesis.blogspot.com

    shel704 at aol dot com

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  138. Stumbled (username:auntiethesis)

    shel704 at aol dot com

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  139. I plan on reducing my consumption of all products. This recession is good for the earth!
    smchester at gmail dot com

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  140. I would chose to use only green and eco-friendly cleaning products.

    madamerkf at aol dot com

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  141. I would continue to drink tap water as I have always done and recycle waters used as much as possible.

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  142. have already promised to stop doing the dishes under running water. i stopped using a dishwasher years ago to conserve water, but then i washed them in running water. i have stopped. our water is too precious

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  143. I would resolve to use my re-usable shopping bags for every shopping trip

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  144. I would quit using plastic bags totally.

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  145. Recycling, reusable water bottles, and shopping bags.

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  146. my resolution is to no longer use plastic or paper bags

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  147. Commit to using reusable bags all the time, and turn down the heat in the winter.

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  148. No longer use water bottles and use reuseable bags.

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  149. I would stop using plastic grocery bags (more often).

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  150. Last year I never used reusable bags. Now I love them. Plastic bags are now just for diapers instead of shopping items. My hubby enjoys them too!

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  151. I would get in the habit of using reusable grocery bags. wgbc1446[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  152. My Earth Day resolution is to compost all food waste and plant a garden!

    Katie Brown
    showbizkp[at]gmail[dot]com

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  153. Mine is to use cloth bags for grocery shopping and unplug things I am not using. Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill@comcast.net

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  154. I will switch to all fluorescent bulbs, I never knew before how wasteful those incandescent ones were!

    Justine417@comcast.net

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  155. To pay more attention to recycling everything I can!

    marielay@gmail.com

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  156. Love Earth Day Giveaways! This year Earth Day has really meant so much because over the past 4 or so months my husband and I have made so many changes to our lifestyle and the way we do things and the products that we use in order to green up our act and make our home a green home. We are proud of what we have accomplished so far, but our journey has just begun. There is so much more we know we can do to make a difference in being kinder to the earth and our environment! My Earth Day Resolution over the next year is to ride my bicycle more to run errands that I currently do. We live so close to our supermarket, bank, library, dry cleaners, etc. that I resolve to ride my bike instead of driving if the errand is less than 5 miles away, how does that sound, nice, yes?! I think if we all drive less and rode our bikes or walked or used public transportation we could make a significant impact on helping our planet! Thank you for letting me share my resolution.
    joannaonthelake@gmail.com

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  157. I'm subscribed to your Mama Memo mailing list.
    joannaonthelake@gmail.com

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  158. I've joined your facebook network. My username there is Joanna Smith
    joannaonthelake@gmail.com

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  159. I Stumbled. My username is joannaonthelake and here is the link to my review:

    http://joannaonthelake.stumbleupon.com/review/32422186/

    joannaonthelake@gmail.com

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  160. I submitted a Digg. My username is joannaonthelake and here is the link:

    http://digg.com/educational/Friday_Giveaway_Simple_Shoes/who

    joannaonthelake@gmail.com

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  161. With our local collection service we have a curbside recycling program but you have to pay EXTRA to participate... what kind of message is that sending?!? I believe we need to be more demanding of our elected officials to spearhead intelligent, eco-friendly specific legislation. ;)

    mcj4tlj@comcast.net

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  162. I now keep a cloth bag (that folds up like a wallet)in my truck.I bring that into the grocery store instead of using plastic bags.

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  163. I would vow to pick up trash on the side of the road!
    Thanks
    Sarah
    believedreamcourage (at) gmail.com

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  164. I would stop using the plastic grocery bags and use the reusable shopping bags that I have shoved under my bench in the mud room. It would be a very easy step.

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  165. I would always turn out the lights when I leave a room and never leave the water running longer than necessary.

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  166. Conserve water! skyxsky27[at]gmail.com

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  167. joined your facebook network. skyxsky27[at]gmail.com

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  168. I am going to start composting!

    froggypartyof2@aol.com

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  169. Thanks for the contest!
    bahjeep@aol.com

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  170. We recycle EVERYTHING!!!

    mzpaw@yahoo.com

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  171. I would resolve to take my own shopping bags when I to to the store.
    Thanks!
    1bmore @ gmail . com

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  172. To ride my bike instead of driving.

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  173. Christina - xristya@rock.com - I would resolve to drive as little as possible and walk everywhere instead!

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  174. I resolve to use a canteen instead of plastic bottles and continue to use public transport instead of driving my truck

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  175. I resolve to use less energy - try not to use the AC and heat as much. Good for the earth and good for my wallet.

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  176. I resolve to buy more local produce and bring my own reusable bags grocery shopping.

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  177. We do all kinds of little things already as a family but it would help to acutally remember to bring the reusable bags with us when we do our shopping. Well, at least we use the plastic bags as trash bags and never actually buy trash bags.
    I'd also like to plant some trees every year.

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