Happy April! Even though we’ve already been having lots of great warm weather around here, I think that April is one of my favorite months of the year because it means that spring is officially here!
I love the renewal and rebirth of spring, and the motivation it gives me to tackle projects, clean and organize around my home, and implement more green living ideas into our lives. But in my third trimester of pregnancy this year, I’m definitely lacking some of the energy needed to actually act on that motivation!
I’m looking forward to reading all of your green spring posts this week! Remember that when you link up your post to Your Green Resource here on Live Renewed, it will also be shared on these ladies’ great blogs!
- Andrea at The Greenbacks Gal
- Stacy at A Delightful Home
- Megan at Sorta Crunchy
In addition to making this a weekly place where you can both share and learn new green ideas, each week we’ll be Pinning our favorite post to the Your Green Resource board! We want your green posts to get as much exposure as possible – so we’ll pin the post for you!
This week’s featured post is:
How to Get Rid of Ants Naturally from Living Crunchy. We always have problems with ants in our house every spring, and every year I find myself trying different natural ways to get rid of them.
Now it’s your turn! Link up your green posts, old or new, on any of the following topics:
- Real Food Recipes
- Repurposed Projects
- Upcycled Projects
- Organic Gardening Tips
- DIY Natural or Green
- Thrifty Solutions
*Please make sure to link to the post with your green/natural living idea, not your homepage. Also, to spread the word about Your Green Resource to your readers, please make sure to include a link back to one of the four hostesses for this weekly link-up!
As always, I’m excited to see what you have to share this week!
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Don’t forget the two great giveaways ending soon! The Spring Cleaning Challenge Giveaway (Win a washer/dryer set!) ends today, and the Healthy Eating Ebooks Set from Modern Alternative Mama ends tomorrow!
Sara Tetreault says
Thanks for hosting this each week! It’s been great to read other blogs that have a similar approach to mine.
Kelly M. Winston says
I’m looking forward to reading all of your green spring posts. Thanks for this post.
Thanks for sharing with us several greeny linky topics that will make our whole day long more interesting…
That was a greeny tips. Thanks for sharing this with us your greeny blog.
Brilliant tips. That was awesome, thanks for sharing this green resource week. It really helps to a newbies like me.
Divinne Grace says
Here comes another awesome post…Anyway, thanks a lot for letting me know about it…
The world has a fixed amount of natural resources and the population is expanding at an outrageous rate. Some natural resources are already depleted. So, as population growth continues to use up our limited resources, there are fewer resources available.
Nancy Y. Protacio says
I’m looking forward to reading all of your green spring posts. Thanks for this post.Good thing you post such useful information like this… It could help us. I think we need to be more familiar with it…
Thanks for sharing with us this greeny tips, it’s nice to be here and learn a lot of things from you…
Go for greens! I love nature so I’m a vegie lover and of course I love natural herbs. thanks for this post.
There’s nothing more you can wish with a green resource living, thanks for sharing with us all of the great things…