Saturday, January 25, 2014

It's Fun to Recycle, Let's Turn Our Trash into Treasure!

Hello!

I'm Coletta and I was the Recycler Contributor on Squidoo


NOTE:  On August 15, 2014, Squidoo announced that it had been acquired by HubPages. With this acquisition, the Squidoo Contributor program was cancelled.

It's an honor to be here with such a terrific group of talented Squidoo writers and I'm extremely excited about Squidoo's new Contributor Program.

The Squidoo Contributor Program is a tremendous opportunity for us here at Review This! and for our fellow Contributors to share stories, reviews, recipes and how-tos that answer your questions and spark your creativity. Stories that are unique, useful and updated.

The Recycler will be searching Squidoo for informational stories, descriptive product reviews, delicious recipes and entertaining how-to articles to help you to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle in every aspect of your everyday life. Stories that will help you 
spend less of your hard-earned money while saving the environment.

Through The Recycler Network, the Recycler will bring you tips and tricks to reduce waste in your kitchen and garden. You'll also find creative craft projects using items that we often see in the garbage can or recycling bin.

Here are some highlights from The Recycler Network this past week:

  • We're saving money on our food budget and reducing food waste. It's easy when you Recycle Your Vegetable Scraps and Make Soup Stock.
  • The kids in the craft room really know how to recycle old crayons and it's is a great way to let kids get colorful and creative.
  • If you like plants, rotting your yard debris and making compost will grow a healthy garden. The Envirocycle Original Composter (www.thegrocerygarden.blogspot.com/2014/12/product-review-envirocycle-composter.html) is an inexpensive way to grow a healthy garden.
  • New to composting? Here are some Fast Composting Tips - Composting Made Easy for every gardener.
The Recycler is anxiously waiting for next Saturday. Squidoo's RocketSquids are, right this very minute, putting their creative juices to the test and writing stories about their adventures in recycling. Next week the Recycler will share with you the best "Upcycle It" stories these RocketSquids create. I've taken a sneak peak and I'm excited by what I see.

I hope you'll join the Recycler and start reducing the garbage from your life. I'm looking forward to this new adventure in reducing waste, increasing savings and making recycling fun.


Coletta

8 comments:

  1. With your enthusiasm, everybody will be ready to recycle! Way to go BearTale! I look forward to more of your articles.

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    1. Hi Mary Beth! Thank you for visiting. I like saving money and in this economy, recycling is the easiest way to keep more of our money in our bank accounts. I'm glad you'll be joining the party!

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  3. I am definitely looking forward to all of the recycling tips and suggestions you offer and share. You got my attention big time when you mentioned you would be sharing creative craft ideas. I am always looking for ways to recycle, reuse and save money in the process, especially in my craft world.

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    1. Hi Cynthia! Everyone should have the opportunity to be creative and expand their imagination. In the commercial world, this isn't easy because it takes money. In the recycling world, anything is possible and it doesn't take money, just a different way of thinking. I am looking forward to sharing the Joy of Recycling.

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  4. Coletta, it is going to be quite an education and a whole lot of fun to track the Recycler. It appears you have much in store for your readers on improving our daily lives and that of our environment.

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    1. Thank you, Ruth! There's a saying, "When momma's happy, everyone's happy." I want to make Mother Earth happy.

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  5. This shall be a fun ride but, more importantly, an informative ride!!! Recycling is fun!

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