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Thursday, April 9, 2009

Blog Talk Radio Show - Tonight!

Tonight at 8 pm EST be sure to tune into our radio show on Blog Talk Radio - Keeping it Centsible! April is Earth Month - so we have a special edition entitled, "Repurpose, Recycle, Reuse."

We'll be talking about ways that you can repurpose and reuse things you have around the house! Being green and being frugal go hand in hand! Who knew your money saving habits were also great for the environment!?

If you want to listen be sure to tune in to our show tonight at 8 pm EST!!!

There are a couple of options for listening:

1.Create an account at Blog Talk Radio -that way you can quickly jump in and participate in the live chat, where you can say hello and ask questions. It's free, of course! An account also allows you to save your favorite shows, and set reminders for upcoming shows as well.

2. Call in to listen - you won't be on air unless you have a question and you tell us you want to be on the air. You can just call in and hear us. The number is: (646) 727-1024

3. Can't make it on Thursday night? No problem, you can still enter! Just come back here Friday or Saturday and listen to the show in the player here on my blog (in the left hand side bar). The new show will be uploaded!

We want your green tips too! How do you recycle and reuse? What things are you repurposing? Want to share your tips? Leave a comment here so we can share it with everyone!

While you're here be sure to enter my two "green" contests going on right now!
  • A $25 shopping spree and reusable grocery bag HERE
  • Bumkins cloth diaper covers (a 3 pk bundle + a wetbag) HERE
Both end on Friday, April 10th at midnight EST!


Anonymous said...

We save the plastic bags our newspaper comes in for dirty diapers. They're the perfect size and long enough you can actually "double bag" that stinky diaper by doing one twist and flipping it back thru the bag again before tying it off.

kathy said...

we recycle all we can - here is a project we are doing with seedlings right now and Campbell's soup cans: