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Tag Archives: Eco-Vacation

Why Natural Sunblock Matters

By Fredrica Syren a.k.a Green Mom: Goodbye winter clothes and hello sandals, swimsuits and long days at the beach. I know we all have been lectured about the importance of sunblock to prevent skin cancer and premature aging, so I’m not going to preach about that. However, natural sunblock is …

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Green Methods of Camp Cooking

By Jackie Edwards: While camping is generally considered one of the greenest ways to travel, research suggests that there are negative environmental effectssuch as polluted rivers and depleted vegetation. This occurs when campers fail to consider the damage they are causing, especially when cooking. Cooking on an open fire in the …

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Road Trips Minus the Waste

By Kim Robson: We at Green Mom are already extra conscious about recycling, reusing and upcycling instead of throwing trash away and into the landfill. We’ve arranged our lives so that recycling is simple and easy in our homes and offices. But on a road trip, especially with kids, our …

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6 Beginner Tips for Family Weekend Camping Trips

By Olivia Jones: The first camping experience for children is bound to be memorable for many reasons. To begin with, family bonds are strengthened since family spend all their time together. Next, an environment completely different from the one children are used to can inspire them to explore and learn …

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Zero-Waste Traveling

By Fredrica Syren: It’s no secret that my family and I enjoy traveling, and I have had people question how green I am if my family travels. We’re a family from two different countries: I am from Sweden and my husband, from the U.S.; so traveling between these two countries …

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Three Ways to Stay for Next to Nothing While Traveling

By Emma Grace Fairchild: For both international and domestic explorers, choosing where to stay is the big decision; however, there are many options for finding temporary accommodations on the cheap, either as an exchange for services or completely free. The rise of interest in sharing economies and low impact travel …

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Eco-Friendly Summer Vacation–Visit A National Park

By Dawna Matthews: I remember looking outside the window of our family car and seeing the world – or the world as I knew it. My family’s vacations were almost always road trips to an exotic location within the United States or Latin America. Most of the time, we would pass through …

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Camping Tips for Beginners

You’ve been looking forward to this for a while. A long weekend of camping with your family, who get to learn about nature by being a part of it for a couple of nights. The lack of bathroom and shower facilities will certainly come as a shock to them, especially …

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Eco-friendly Vacation–Traveling Green this Summer

By Amanda Wilkes: No matter where your destination might be, you can make a difference in the environmental impact that you make while traveling. Half the battle in green travel is done before you even leave your house! With nearly 1 billion people traveling the globe each year, it is …

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