7th Generation Gift Pack Giveaway

I’ve recently been introduced to a brand called Seventh Generation, a brand that truly cares about the environment.

Since becoming a Mom, I’ve become more and more concerned about the type of products that I use in our home. I use less chemicals and I try to make more environmentally friendly choices when I can.

We still have a little guy who wears diapers in our family (something that we’re working on, but it’s a slow process). This is why I’m excited to have the opportunity in the near future to try out Seventh Generation’s Free & Clear Diapers. Free & Clear Diapers are free of fragrances, latex and petroleum based lotions. Their absorbent core is also processed without chemicals containing chlorine.

Some information about Seventh Generation:
Seventh Generation believes their products are healthy solutions for the air, surfaces, fabrics, pets and people within your home – and for the community and environment outside of it. They want their products to make a difference – from their development through to their production, purchase, use and disposal. Their Canadian line-up of products helps make it easy for small
decisions to add up and make a big impact on the environment.

Products available in Canada include:

Free & Clear Diapers (Sizes 1-6)
Free & Clear Baby Wipes (Tubs and Refills)
Natural 2X Concentrated Laundry Detergent
Natural Fabric Softener
Chlorine Free Bleach
Natural Dish Liquid
Automatic Dishwasher Gel
Automatic Dishwasher Detergent Powder
Automatic Dishwasher Detergent Concentrated Pacs
Natural Household Cleaners
Paper Products – paper towels and bath tissue

Feel free to join the 7th Gen Nation CANADIAN Community! As a Nation member, you’ll have access to coupons, special offers and great tips for green and healthy living.

Would you like a chance to try out some Seventh Generation products for yourself?!

Feel free to join the 7th Gen Nation! As a Nation member, you’ll have access to coupons, special offers and great tips for green and healthy living.

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Disclosure – I am participating in the Seventh Generation program by Mom Central Canada. I received compensation as a thank you for my participation. The opinions on this blog are my own.

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57 Responses to 7th Generation Gift Pack Giveaway

  1. Shairbearg says:

    I use re-usable swiffer clothes, instead of using disposable ones.

  2. Jen453 says:

    JenJordan- I used cloth reusable breastpads this time around while nursing

  3. Tinatchick says:

    I think it’s important to lead by example, so I’m teaching my children about the environment and what we can do.

  4. Amy C says:

    My best tip is to recyle

  5. roswell says:

    We are big on recycling and i try as often as i can to buy natural cleaning products.We are also big at finding used for things in the house rather than throwing them away, if you get creative you can make some neat things
    staceyx at telus dot net

  6. ksceviour says:

    My biggest tip is to recycle all those water bottles,drink cans,bottles,juice boxes,etc..It irks me to see people throw them away,so easy to just recycle them!
    ksceviour at hotmail dot com

  7. Lisa_june says:

    Read labels and use products that are as natural as possible. Keep it simple.
    Lisa_June at hotmail dot com

  8. Jayda says:

    I use green non toxic cleaners and laundry soap…good for the family and the environment

  9. Annie1 says:

    Recycle everything possible…turn off lights…unplug appliances when you aren’t using them…walk when you can, instead of driving… I try to do everything I can

    nancyrobster at gmail dot com

  10. leanne_mac says:

    I teach my kids to recycle
    leannemacg at gmail.com

  11. edmontonjb says:

    My best tip is to walk whenever possible

  12. Ginger says:

    My tip would be, cloth diapers… eco friendly wipes, or just a cloth for that matter 🙂

  13. Olivia L says:

    I use cloth diapers and cloth wipes, cloth napkins, recycle, and line dry when it’s sunny out.

  14. Jen P says:

    i use eco-friendly cleaning and laundry products!
    penguinjo99 at gmail dot com

  15. Dianne says:

    If we can’t use something we give it away through Free Cycle or donate to a thrift store. We also recycle all we can and buy products that are not over packaged.

  16. Lisa Clarke says:

    We recycle, for my store we reuse boxes for shipping and use environmentally friendly cleaners!

  17. Anne-Marie T says:

    We reduce, re-use and recycle as much as possible.


  18. Erin says:

    If I can’t use an item anymore, I like to donate, re-sell, and recycle.

  19. Caroline says:

    Start a garden!! Take a canning course….become more self sufficient and in the process you’ll become healthier too

  20. Anonymous says:

    My best tip isn’t one particular thing, but rather to add new things one at a time until they become habit. Start with taking back your bottles, then add in reuseable containers in lunches and work your way up to canning your own food.

  21. lisa says:

    garden and recycle!

  22. flowerchild says:

    my best tip is to recycle and reuse

  23. 409cope says:

    I catch rain in a rain barrel for watering my garden.cardshark42(at)hotmail(dot)com

  24. Tania B says:

    I find my best tip for being environmental is to make it easy on yourself to be environmental. Example: I make sure to return my reuseable shopping bags to my car after shopping so that the next time I need to go shopping the bags are already in the car ready to go!

  25. LeighSabey says:

    Cook from scratch! Then you don’t need to pay for plastic and paper packaging on prepared foods, or the cost of shipping water in canned foods or prepared juices, for example.

  26. Christina says:

    Use cloth diapers and then pass them on to another family when you’re done with them!

  27. Tabitha says:

    reuse things when able and avoid paper towels.

  28. Paula M-B says:

    My best tip to be environmentally conscious is to role model eco-friendly living for your children. We recycle, buy things will less packaging, reuse, repurpose, etc. and explain to the kids why we’re doing so. That way, they’ll know how to do it when they’re older as well!

  29. Erin says:

    My best tip is to buy as much of your food organically grown and local.

  30. Anonymous says:

    My tip is so simple, just recycle as much as possible.

    nemesis_33012 at yahoo dot com

  31. mar says:

    My best tip is to read all ingredients on products to be sure there are no toxic chemicals.


  32. stOOpidgErL says:

    Our family tries to recycle and reuse as much as we can.

  33. abfantom says:

    I try to recycle and reuse as much as possible. I also purchase products that have a lot of extra packaging

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

  34. Bee W Bedard says:

    recycle everything you can
    brendawitherspoon at hotmail dot com

  35. darkkrystyl says:

    my tip is that whereever you use (household)paper products, you can probably find a re-useable cloth alternative (Diapers, Feminine products, TP, Baby Wipes, (un)paper towels

  36. We have bins marked in the garage to help recycle as much as possible. From glass, plastic, aluminum, paper and cardboard. The kids love it!

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  38. ranya112 says:

    We recycle and minimize the use of electricity. I buy a yearly pass for our city trains and buses and I use it whenever I can.
    iridia718 at gmail dot com

  39. Danielle Smith says:

    Love love love 7th generation! I often use they but are running low on their products

  40. jennem says:

    Remember that nothing is really “free’–not water, not paper, not electricity. Don’t just think about what you need when you go shopping, think about what you need when you turn on a switch, or the sink, or grab a napkin.
    Jennifer, jennem22 at yahoo dot com

  41. Marianna says:

    Recycle! Buy products with less packaging and re-use!
    mannasweeps (at) gmail DOT com

  42. bigdisneyfan says:

    Turn off all computers in the house and at work, at night. Because if you turn them off during day, you just won’t get any work done.
    warnaar-2 at yahoo dot ca

  43. HomemadeBaby says:

    Lately we have been trying to replace paper towels, napkins, etc. with rags or other cloth products. It saves a lot!
    Marysa {at} marysa {dot} com

  44. sweetsue says:

    My tip is to combine all your errands into one trip.
    smchester at gmail dot com

  45. katfam95 says:

    I just try to reduce my consumption whenever and wherever I can.

    katfam95 at aim dot com

  46. Roxanne K says:

    Recycle and use reusable items whenever possible!

  47. Leslee M says:

    I try to buy items with as little packaging as possible. This includes whole, rather than processed, foods.

  48. Diana says:

    My best tip is to try to use less paper products. I switched to cloth pads last year and this year I am making an effort to use unpaper(cloth) towels instead of paper towel.
    goldiez at hotmail dot com

  49. Becca Ann says:

    recycle, use stuff with less packaging

  50. Gayle C says:

    Use old towels, cut up, as cleaning rags instead of paper towels. Wash and reuse as long as you can.


  51. Jenn S. says:

    Recycle and reuse as much as you can. Start small and work your way up to bigger things.

  52. Carolsue says:

    We recycle everything we can — clothes, papers, cans, plastic, shoes — you name it. We donate a lot of things, but the things like clothed that aren’t good enough to donate, there is a place in the recycle bins for thee items.
    Is this for Canada only? If so, I do not qualify.
    Digicats {at} Sbcglobal {dot} Net

  53. EmmaPeel says:

    When using paper towels for cleaning anything, if possible dry them out and use them again

  54. vmkids says:

    shut it off when not in use, wear it twice and shut doors

  55. Chisum Crew says:

    We recycle and reuse all that we can. trinitygsd at yahoo dot ocm

  56. Colengal says:

    I think it starts by being a smart consumer, choosing bulk product over bulk packaging. We do that along with making sure we can recycle as much as possible. I think that makes a big differnce.

  57. katychick says:

    get recycling tubs and teach your kids
    tcogbill at live dot com

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