I have a clean air organic green carbon footprint challenge for you. Persuade 3 of your dear friends and loved ones and 3 co-workers or strangers to switch from the commercial detergent they are currently using to a biodegradable, earth friendly, sustainable alternative like Planet or Seventh Generation. You can also introduce the idea to them to use a simpler approach like 1 measured Cup of baking soda mixed with 1 Cup of white distilled vinegar and add 1 scoop of Bio-Kleen. You can also share doTerra pure therapeutic-grade essential oils with them and show them how to make their own healthy earth friendly detergent. You can go to my doTerra business builder team website page by clicking this link https://www.doterra.com/US/en/site/daynacolvin to order and join my team.
Any approach you use to persuade the people you know to make the earth friendly, organic, green choice will make a positive impact on their health and will help the planet. Should you accept this challenge, you will have until April 22, 2020 Earth Day, to complete the challenge. If you complete the challenge and show me your list of people you spoke to, and the list shows the positive, green, earth friendly changes they are making, including their commitment and dedication to keeping their household cleaners green and earth friendly, I will send you my special sacred collection of organic beauty self-care recipes, a $20 value, as a FREE gift to show my gratitude for your kindness to the planet. I chose Earth Day because every choice we make affects the wildlife and the volatile vapors from the toxic petrochemicals in all commercial detergent pollute the air we all breathe and the groundwater and it has harmful effects on ocean life. World Environment Day and World Oceans Day are also very special important days.
Today is World Oceans Day and this is a very important beautiful opportunity to share this with everyone you know and show your earth steward love. Everyday is Earth Day and we all need to our part to keep a very small carbon footprint and the detergent we use to wash our clothing has a profound impact on the air we breathe. Imagine celebrating Earth Day next April knowing that we are all doing our part to make a positive impact on our carbon footprint by using 100% earth friendly detergent, which means much less pollution and healthier cleaner air to breathe. Can you imagine if we all made the healthy choice to use vinegar and baking soda to do our laundry? Imagine walking outside to enjoy some fresh air and all you smell is vinegar coming out of the dryer vents and the air is safe to breathe. If everyone did this, every neighborhood in every city across the country would be contributing to healthier air that is easier to breathe and the wildlife would be protected and safe. So, let’s do this.
Please read this article Dr. Mercola wrote about the toxic health hazards of using commercial detergent. https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2011/12/21/are-you-slowly-killing-your-family-with-hidden-dioxane-in-your-laundry-detergent.aspx
Please read this article Scientific American wrote about the toxic health hazards of using commercial detergent and fabric softeners and dryer sheets. https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/greener-laundry/
I’m on several social media sites, including Facebook, my Facebook author page and my doTerra Wellness Advocate Facebook page Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and you can contact me and show me your list via any of these social media sites. You can comment to my fb author page post, my blog post, you can tweet to me or DM me; whichever way works for you. As long as I receive your verified list before midnight Earth Day April 22, 2019, you will receive your free gift copy of my special sacred collection of organic beauty self-care recipes. Thank you for being a caring kind Earth Steward. Peace Love Blessings Gratitude
A few favorite quotes by John Muir
“The mountains are calling and I must go.”
“Keep close to Nature’s heart… and break clear away, once in awhile, and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean.”