“The point of the challenge is to show how much waste is produced from buying new clothes every month, so while you are pledging not to go to the mall, that doesn’t mean you can’t shop. Buying secondhand is completely OK! With that said, I’m making my pledge to start today!” Read the rest of the post on Between the Racks. Thanks for the shout out, Morgan!
“Perhaps you want to emulate the eco-lifestyle trend that’s already going around Hollywood. Or maybe you just want to start making healthier choices for your family and eating raw, organic and non-GMO food is just not cutting it anymore. Whatever your motivation, going the green beauty route is a noble—and often challenging—endeavor that demands a solid commitment. To help you make the switch, we sat down with Rachel Sarnoff, also known as Mommy Greenest and former CEO of Healthy Child Healthy World. Here, she gives us the dirt on the natural and organic products she stocks in her pantry and her beauty cabinet, and how small, eco-sound swaps can go…
“We dig Rachel Lincoln Sarnoff’s take on being a green mommy: she leads by example, but is never a ‘sustaina-bully’. Her blog is like a super resource for green parents as she writes about things like getting rid of lice without toxic chemicals to detoxing your closet; she interviews green celebs and she keeps it real with environmental issues you should know about that may effect you and your family.” Thanks so much for including me in your 6 Inspiring Green Mamas story, EcoHabitude!
“There’s a lot of news about unhealthy foods and toxic chemicals in our lives, and it can get overwhelming,” says Rachel Sarnoff, former CEO of Healthy Child Healthy World and blogger at Mommy Greenest. “It’s tempting to act like the proverbial ostrich and just try to ignore anything that sounds scary…The great news is that even small actions can add up to a huge healthy impact.” –Delicious Living online; look for the full story in their fall issue, on stands in October!
“When food is authentically local, it should show on the label where it has been produced, explains eco-blogger Rachel Lincoln Sarnoff of MommyGreenest.com.” –Food Network
“A great resource for moms who want the best for their babes.” –Kelly Rutherford, “Gossip Girl”
“Mommy Greenest is an essential tool for any parent or expecting parent, that takes you step by step through how to truly detox your home, creating a safer, healthy home for your family.” Laura Klein, Organic Authority
“Rachel is extremely knowledgeable about all things eco and green. She is my go to gal and a great resource for other moms who want to raise their kids in a safe and healthy environment.” Lora Jakobsen, CEO of Zookies and Co-Owner of MomAngeles