Barter For Almost Anything For Going Green

I'd like this to be a great place to barter for both you and me. So, here is a list of what I'll barter for. You can pay for it outright where it has a price listed, includes shipping. Or, where there is no price then the sky is the limit.

I like recycled things for going green. Handmade just about anything useful. No dust collectors.

Soaps (organic/natural honey/oatmeal, unscented goatsmilk, raspberry), decaf teas, pet toys, organic jams (sugar free or low sugar), embroidery floss, cotton batting, velcro, wool felt or cotton felt, tea cups just to name a few.

Sunday, August 15, 2010

Tip#3:Green Challenges & Borrow Books Through the Mail

Tip #3: Green Challenges & Borrow Books Through the Mail- First up a website that rewards you for doing the green challenges.  For those that are members of the MJF sisterhood we are familiar with doing green challenges. We call them Merit Badges.

But, how about doing green things and getting something good in return from other green minded companies. Bolder is one of those companies. I joined and got a nice welcome email from them thanking me for joining in their cause to make this earth greener. Go to and join today.

Second up, Borrow books through the mail. You may have plenty of time on your hand to run to your local library, but some of us either don't drive or just don't have the time to go as often as they'd like to.  You know how Netflix let's you get movies through the mail for a low membership price?  Well, BookSwim does the same idea just with books.

To join the first thing you'll want to do is go to the site I told you about that gives you discounts off memberships,  and search for the bookswim coupons.  Then get your code for the discount you want and then join

I thought this was a great idea because instead of having stacks of books left over after you've read them and are no longer interested in keeping them your stuck with finding a way to get rid of them for either cash or just giving them away.
But, with bookswim you just read the book and return it, no more stacks of unwanted books.

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