The Attic Girl: 5 Tips to be Epically Green #sponsored #EpicDay 5 Tips to be Epically Green #sponsored #EpicDay ~ The Attic Girl

8/13/13

5 Tips to be Epically Green #sponsored #EpicDay

Disclosure: I am a Fox Home Entertainment Insider.  I receive free products and other benefits as part of this partnership.  All opinions expressed are honest and entirely my own.


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Epic arrives on Blu-ray & DVD August 20th and we are gearing up for a family movie night.  (Download free Epic activity pages for your movie night here) 


As you prepare for your family movie night, why not take some tips from MK, Nod, Queen Tara and General Ronin to become more Epically Green:

 #1 Unplug
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Bomba has a lot of technology that he uses to discover the world. Although we may not realize it, our appliances suck up energy all day long. By simply unplugging your cell phone charger when it’s not in use, you can save a lot of energy and in turn save the beauty outside your back door.  

#2 Turn it Off for Mub & Grub

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In addition to unplugging your appliances and chargers, be sure to turn off any lights that aren’t in use. Make the most of natural light during the day by letting the sunshine in through windows. At night, be sure to turn the computer all the way off instead of simply logging out. By taking a few extra minutes a day, we can help save our outdoor friends like Mub and Grub.


#3 Carpool
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The Leafmen travel by hummingbird, producing no environmentally harmful waste.  It may be pretty impossible for people our size to get from place to place on a bird, but there are other ways to be green. By simply sharing your ride with friends or family, you can significantly decrease the pollution in our air.

#4 Launder like a Leafman

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The Leafmen use their surroundings to create stylish armor.  Although we may not realize it, even clothing can have an impact on the environment. Washing clothes uses tons of water and energy! Try to put off this chore as long as possible and only do your laundry on cold cycles and when you have large loads. Take good care of your clothes so that you don’t have to buy new ones as often.



#5 Grow a Garden


You can create your own personal, beautiful Moonhaven right outside the back door.  Create a garden full of flowers, herbs, vegetables, and fruits. This will have a fantastic impact on your backyard as well as the rest of the natural world. When you aren’t buying goods that have been transported long distances, you are helping to reduce the harmful toxins in our atmosphere.



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63 comments:

amber whitehead said...

We recycle and I did use cloth diapers part of the time.

leanne_mac said...

We recycle and are teaching our children the importance of it.

leannemacg at gmail.com

Sara Estep said...

We recycle and use washable plates/tableware when we have picnics.

Sherrie Cruson said...

SHERRIE C.

My family and I recycle, use electricity sparingly, and walk instead of drive whenever we can.

callawishes(at)hotmail(dot)com

Debby Chandler said...

I try to recycle as much as possible, I want to do my share to help.

ellie said...

We also recycle and try to limit buying bottled water and other wasteful products.

Sue2Sueper said...

We recycle, paper/cardboard/bottles/jars/cans which is picked up weekly.

SueSueper Sue

momo said...

We have been recycling everything for years now. We have reduced a lot of trash from going into the landfills.

katychick said...

we have recycle pick up at our house- we recycle- plastic, cardboard boxes and etc.
tcogbill at live dot com

Kathryn Depew said...

We recycle and try to be careful with how much water we use.

Natasha said...

We recycle, watch electricity usage, and water usage!

Dave, Amy and Jace said...

We recycle

EJ Morales said...

We recycle reuse & donate

dv8 said...

I recycle and compost. I also avoid using cars whenever I can.

heather d said...

we recycle, time showers, have a garden, use reusable shopping bags, and reuse food containers (like butter tubs or spaghetti sauce jars)

Victoria Nyquist said...

The biggest thing I do to try to go green is use green and all natural cleaning products!

Kelly R. said...

Using natural cleaning products and recycling.

kdrae said...

I recycle! I recycle my cans, my magazines and newspapers. I wish my County offered curbside, I would do a lot more!

Jennifer Young said...

We recycle, drive a fuel efficient car, have all high efficiency appliances, and teach our children the importance of reducing and reusing!

The Party Lady said...

We recycle as much as possible and reuse as often as possible

ape2016 said...

We walk instead of drive, conserve electricity and water and reuse/repurpose whatever we can.

Audrey Griffis said...

recycle and try and pick up trash from the playgrounds and roads as we see it

Yesenia said...

I try to go green by recycling, using cloth diapers, mama cloth, cloth napkins, unpapertowels and ecofriendly products whenever possible.
morales_y at yahoo dot com

steve weber said...

I take shorter showers.

sablelexi said...

We recycle and reuse as much as possible.

Jennelle J

Amanda B said...

We recycle as much as we can. I bring reusable bags to the grocery store & use a reusable travel mug for my coffee each morning. I buy natural cleaning products when the price is right.

Julie Raye-Rod. said...

I'm always recycling

Deanna Watson said...

have a re useable water bottle instead of so many throw away plastic bottles
xo

April M said...

We compost, use washcloths instead of paper towels and have solar panels for greener energy.

Jessamine Dungo said...

We use a water filter at home and we bring our used aluminum cans and plastic bottles to the recycling center. We helped recycle and at the same time get back the money we paid for the CRV :)

Daniel M said...

recycle everything we can, combine trips, short showers, combine laundry - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

Sherry Compton said...

I would like to be better about grow a garden but can't seem to get things to grow. I do use reusable shopping totes and recycle. I try to turn off lights that aren't in use, too.
savewish@yahoo.com

Erin Cleary said...

We use cloth diapers

woke9974 said...

Recycle everything I can.

Tammy Woodall said...

I try to save water as much as possible.

Melanie Montgomery said...

By reducing waste

Mike Bratek said...

We recycle and reuse plastic bags a lot.

J. 76 said...

We recycle as much as we can. We also try to reuse as much as we can. We use reusable shopping bags. Almost all of our laundry is washed in cold water.

Thanks!

Claudia N said...

We recycle at home, use reusable shopping grocery bags,and reuse glass and plastic containers.

noreen said...

Glass straws, cloth napkins and reuse able water bottles and containers for school

Michelle Hudak said...

We recycle and installed a water-saver showerhead in our bathroom

Madonna said...

we recycle and use green cleaners as much as possible.

Mary Schuh said...

We use cloth diapers!!

Jessica Waters said...

We recycle to keep things green.

wen budro said...

I try to use fewer chemicals in housecleaning supplies and I try to eat organic fruits and veggies.

Tara G said...

we recycle and try to use items that can be washed instead of thrown out after they are used (like wash clothes instead of paper towels)

xty cruz said...

I plant my own vegetables and reuse water from taking a bath to flush the toilet

Deb K said...

We recycle everything that we can!

Angela said...

We use natural cleaning products and recycle. I try to buy local as much as possible as well.

Stephanie said...

I like to try to go green by having my kids use re-useable bags and containers with their lunches.

Robyn said...

I use eco-friendly products

Birdie Skolfield said...

we recycle paper glass & aluminum we compost kitchen trash & grow a veggie & fruit garden

Tammy S said...

I would say by recycling so many ways bringing reuseable bags too the grocery store

Susan Hefner said...

We try to go easy on the water, and keep lights off that we're not using.

Ava Chavez said...

We recycle, use Brita pitcher & reusable bottles...energy saving light bulbs & have our own garden.

Carolyn Colley said...

we are buying more green cleaning products

Ken Ohl said...

I recycle whenever I can. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

Anonymous said...

we recycle and watch water usage
heather hgtempaddy@hotmail.com

Teresa Thompson said...

We recycle and just started using skoy cloths.

samdaleo said...

I like to recycle, turn off lights and only wash full loads..every little bit helps!

Thanks!
Samantha
jamesmadison1974@gmail.com

David Carlson said...

I recycle and try to re-use some things instead of throwing them out.

Tabathia said...

Use stainless steel bottles instead of plastic water bottles

April G said...

We recycle a TON (it's so easy here in Oregon), and we use washcloths and cloth napkins for cleaning hands and faces when we're eating (three kids) instead of paper towels (and rags for washing the counters).

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