Think about our planet and save the Earth by sharing your stuff with yerdle & NBCUniversal- #giveaway

It sounds cliche, but we only have one planet. Sometimes our busy on-the-go lifestyle can lead to excess, over consumption and waste.  In reality, I don't think that anyone intends to act indifferently. Sometimes we may be just unaware of the overall accumulation of our actiona.

Did you know that for every pound of new goods produced, 71 pounds of waste are generated during manufacturing? This Earth Week, NBCUniversal is partnering with the sharing site yerdle to help you minimize your impact on the planet by sharing your stuff. One person’s stuff is another person’s story!

The plan seems amazingly simple. With a single action, everyone can make a small impact. We all learned in school that sharing is caring. Now it is a great way to help our planet. 

To get everyone excited about this plan, I have a Eco-inspired giveaway for my readers. Here's what you could win.

One Green is Universal canvas tote bag (made from recycled cotton)

... along with two of the items below (chosen at random)

- Planet Ocean DVD
- Green is Universal T-shirt (made by Alternative Apparel)
- Green is Universal colored pencil kits (made from recycled newspaper)
- Green is Universal Vapur water bottles (BPA-free)
- Green is Universal hardboard cover spiral bound notebook
- Green is Universal burlap FEED bag

Please use the Rafflercoper to enter

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Disclosure: I was not compensated for this post. The sponsor is providing this prize.


  1. Try what I do like I recycle and grow my own vegetables.

  2. Composting. Great for the garden and keeps stuff out of landfills!

  3. Bring your own reusable bags to the grocery store
    justicecw at hotmail dot com

  4. Recycle! My community has a rewards program based on weight of your recycled materials and you can get free stuff or coupons based on your points. So awesome.
    Also if you shop at Trader Joes and bring a reusable bag, you get entered in a drawing! How cool.
    Elise --

  5. Recycle and use reusable grocery bags

  6. We had a hard time remembering our reuable grocery bags. Our solution was to store them in the trunk of the car. This way they are always with us :) It has helped immensely.

  7. We recycle and use reusable bags.

    Narathip Wall
    polo_wataga at yahoo dot com