Monday, 4 November 2019

Going Green #33 - November 2019


Welcome to Going Green. This is the place to promote all your green, sustainable, environmental, seasonal, local, organic, fair trade, ethical etc posts ... basically any post that helps or inspires readers to preserve and improve our beautiful world. If you are not sure what subjects would be good or need some ideas have a look here where you'll find all the details about the linky here: Going Green Linky.

I'm dreaming of a GREEN Christmas


Did you know that early images of Father Christmas showed the jovial present giver dressed not in red but in green?  It was only after a well know drinks company decided to use him (and their corporate red colour) that Farther Christmas became the familiar figure in red we know today.  Bearing in mind that particular beverage company has an appalling environmental track record I think it's high time we brought back our green Santa.

OK, so I am probably not going to get that to happen but I can at least try and help you make your Christmas as green as possible. For starters there were a couple of festive posts in last month's Going Green including a round up of 60+ ideas for home-made gifts from Attachment Mummy and plastic free glitter from The Mad House of Cats and Babies.  I have also put together a round up of various eco-friendly Christmas related posts I have written - everything from seasonal food, to presents and how to wrap them.  Hopefully you can use these hints and tips to have a fabulous yet sustainable Christmas.  If you have any similar posts please do let me know and I can add them.

Vintage card with green Father Christmas


My picks from Going Green October 2019


Thank you to everyone who linked up in October - there was such a great mix of posts showing just how easy it is to make every part of your life greener.

    Sustaintable bike tour in Copenhagen

      How to overcome the hurdles of going green


      • And finally Vicky from Home Grown and Foraged brought us right up to date with details of UK apps and websites that can help you reduce waste and grab a bargain.
      If you missed these posts do head over now for a read.

      Now for the linky:

      Please link up to 3 posts, old or new and let's work together to spread the Going Green message.  I'd love it too if you could promote the linky on all your social media channels and among all your friends. Thank you 💚.  Let's work to

      Before you link up may I just remind you of 3 of the "rules":

      • Link up to THREE posts
      • Please can you include my badge (preferably) or a link back to A Green and Rosie Life. Posts without these will find they need moderating before being published.
      • This is a blog link so in order for us all to benefit please comment on a minimum of three other blogs in the link up, ideally including the one in front of you, one my host posts and at least one other ... the more you comment the more others are likely to visit your blog. 

      I will sahre all posts on Twitter and Facebook.  If you share your posts using the hashtag #GoingGreen and I will RT you etc.  I will also add posts with suitable vertical pins to my Going Green Linky board on Pinterest.


      Thanks for visiting and I look forward to reading all your linked up green posts.







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      6 comments :

      1. Thank you for hosting! I've shared a green link....literally to my Cover Crop article. Creating a sustainable, organic garden is not so difficult when you incorporate these crops. Happy November!

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      2. Thank you so much for featuring my post about Sustainable City tours in Copenhagen! Did you know that Denmark is growing organic Christmas trees - don't think your tree needs to be organic? Just because you don't eat it?

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      3. Looks like this will be an interesting linky. I haven't seen one like this before.

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      4. This is very interesting and exciting. I always been on greens. I prefer organic foods and veggies not meaty and oily one. This is so healthy article Thank you so much for sharing!

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      5. A great collection of articles. Thank you for hosting

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      6. This is very interesting collection of articles! Going to read some of them! Thanks for sharing.

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