Thursday, May 2, 2013

#Giveaway: Subscription to Natural Child World Magazine #sustainable #eco #green

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I will be honest, I had never heard of NATURAL CHILD WORLD magazine.  But after looking at it, I am really impressed.  Everything in it, from the articles to the advertisement, is eco friendly!  The magazine touts itself as 100% modern and 100% sustainable.  It's goal is to 'inspire positive change in a new generation of parents that  today are facing educational but also ecological and social challenges."  It is a place where parents can learn about alternative choices and alternative ways to raise their children.

NATURAL CHILD WORLD also donates a percentage of advertising profits to non-profit organizations that support the health and well-being of disadvantaged children all over the world.

The magazine has a very appealing layout and is filled with products that they have tested.  The articles are filled with information, anything from companies making efforts to be more environmentally friendly to eastern medicine.   Included is everything kids and parenting--from fashion to toys to nutrition.  I even enjoy the advertisements--it is helpful to know where you can find eco friendly items.  This is a great magazine loaded with information for a alternative lifestyle.

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Disclosure: I received two copies of NATURAL CHILD WORLD to facilitate this review.


Anonymous said...

I'd love to win the subscription!

Anonymous said...

I'd love to win the subscription!

teresa herrera-honores said...

we grow our own garden and recycle and compost!

joanna garcia said...

we cut back on plastic, recycle and minimize water usage

Marsha Cooper said...

We are trying to recycle everything possible, including re-using items.
I have started using vinegar for fabric softener.
Now that it's warming up I am conserving energy by hanging the laundry on the line to dry.

txwildflower2002 said...

I conserve as much as I can on electricity and water. We are rural, so have no recycle service, but do save the pop tops for education and drink filtered water and not bottled. I also grow flowers for the hummingbirds and bees and have a feeder for the wild birds. I never litter.

Vivian S. said...

we use cloth diapers now

Vivian S. said...

we use cloth diapers now

Hobbies on a Budget said...

We recycle what we can and share stuff with friends to reduce trash in landfill.

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