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Having grown up in Germany, I’m all about being green, reusing, and recycling. I often can’t believe the waste that’s being generated here in the U.S. — it makes my stomach turn.

I still remember seeing the mountain of trash that was generated after only one lunch period in a high school in Woburn, MA, I was visiting as a teenager.

Since then I have been on a quest to educate people about the things they can do without much effort to help our environment. It’s so easy — go green!

Another passion of mine is making people aware of the danger of GMO (gene-manipulated) food.

Organic food and organic living is the only way to go — I tell you why and teach you how to buy and make your own food on a budget.

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Some of my articles with green living tips and resources:

The Danger of GMO and Why I Now Only Buy Organic Food
Why You Should Worry About Eating Gene-Manipulated Food
Extreme Couponing for Organic and Natural Food
5 Tips to Save Money on Organic Food
Excessive Toy Packaging Unsafe and Wasteful
7 Easy Changes To Go Green in Your Home
Tips on Being Frugal and Green
14 Ways to Save Money and Be Green
Protect Your Children From Toxic Air Fresheners
Is Your “Green” Cleaning Product Really Green?
How To Avoid Genetically Modified and Engineered Food
Meeting Jessica Alba at The Honest Company Launch

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Green Living blogs:

Easy Eco To Go
Green Living Guy
Katonah Green
The Green Parent

You can also find me here, plus causes I support:

The Green Mom Review

Brighter Planet's 350 Challenge

Top 100 Green Sites

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Celso Soares September 17, 2013 at 8:45 AM

I live with Alcoa, in São Paulo area, and we have very green lifestyle here (which is different from other Latin America countries, for example Argentina and Mexico where they not have respect for nature).
As global example, we use packaging many goods with aluminium which is a metal that can be cycled so when packaging is ended we can recycle the material and resell it for new, without touching the nature.
It is an example for other countries too, for example in Europe where they must learn still.
Best Regards,
São Paulo area


Rachel August 10, 2011 at 12:41 PM

My mother is German and we have visited our family in Germany many times. Definietly seems like a more eco-friendly lifestyle there than here. Something so simple as reusing the bottles from beer, soda and water needs to happen in the US. I currently have found some local milk dairies that reuse bottles, but that’s it!


Will August 22, 2010 at 8:20 AM

Hallo Dagmar,

Nice to find another green mum at BlogFrog – where I’ve just left a reply for you in your forum.

BTW – whereabouts in Germany did you grow up?

mfg from Hamburg



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