Living Green

It's not just a color, it's a way of life

We may know the basics when it comes to living green: reduce, reuse, recycle. But what does "living green" actually mean in our everyday lives? Gerber Life answers that question with real-life examples of small changes and choices you can make on a daily basis to positively impact the environment. Examples of living green include packing your children's lunches in reusable containers and using canvas bags when you go grocery shopping. By watching for our online articles on topics such as these, Gerber Life makes it even easier to adopt a green lifestyle.

  1. Living Green On The Go

    Coworkers Riding Bikes To WorkGoing green at home is easy, but when you’re constantly on the go – driving the kids back and forth to school, attending sporting events and running errands, not to mention getting yourself to work and back again – living green presents a bit of a challenge. What’s an environmentally conscious family to do when the realities of everyday life get in the way of a green lifestyle?

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  2. Green Vacation Tips for Families

    Green Family VacationIt’s time to pack your bags and head to the airport for your family vacation. With all of the necessary stuff you’re bringing along on your trip, do you really want to bring a large carbon footprint?

    At home, you probably have routines that make an eco-friendly lifestyle easy, but did you know that you can keep your green habits while on vacation, too? These simple green vacation tips will help your family have a great time while still protecting the Earth!

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  3. Celebrate Earth Day Every Day

    Family Making 'Green Choices' At Food StandEveryone wins when you adopt a living green lifestyle. Earth Day is our annual reminder that protecting our environment is as important as protecting our spouses, children and other family members. April 22, 1970 marks the “birth date” of Earth Day, which many consider the beginning of the contemporary environmental era.

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  4. Nature Crafts: Natural Easter Egg Dyes

    Naturally Dyed Easter EggsAll of those Easter egg dye kits in the grocery stores seem convenient enough – especially considering how quickly they produce vibrant – although unnatural – hues of Easter eggs designed to make any child’s eye’s light up. After all, dying Easter eggs is a childhood rite of passage. But surely there is a way to make beautiful dyed Easter eggs without resorting to artificial coloration? If you enjoy living green and teaching your children more natural ways of enjoying the beauty of nature, consider using natural Easter egg dyes this year using all-natural ingredients.

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  5. Green-Living Goal: Green Tips For Spring

    Mother and Son Spring CleaningIt’s that time again to say goodbye to winter and to usher in the warmer weather with a good spring cleaning. If you have, however, been wanting to create a more environmentally friendly home, spring cleaning provides the perfect opportunity to get on track with your green-living goals. Here are some green tips for spring you may want to try out this year.

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