Earth Day Sweepstakes – Rubbermaid Hidden Recycler and More!

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Earth-Day-Event

Thank You for taking a part in the Earth Day Event and supporting eco-conscious living. This event is sponsored by Eco-Foil and co-hosted by Way 2 Good Life and She Promotes

The event takes place from April 12 at 11 PM EST and ends on April 22 at 11.59 PM EST

There are so many companies out there that help the environment – why not to know more about them? Learn about great businesses, their products, and win some giveaways. Over 60 bloggers have prizes valued at $25+. Make sure to visit every blog for more chances to win. Eco-Foil  provided a Kindle Fire ($199 value) as a grand price. To win it  enter the giveaways (the more you enter – the more entries you earn)!  Take a moment – visit Eco-Foil and look for 100% recycled disposable aluminum pans at the local stores.

Enter to WIN the Grand Prize of the Event – KINDLE FIRE – Wi-Fi, Full Color 7″ Multi-Touch Display

The Shopping Duck is offering three great prizes:

Rubbermaid Hidden Recycler – great product to collect your recyclables in your kitchen for transport to your outside recycling bin.

The Original Dish Drying Mat – reusable dish drying mat that you can throw in the washing machine.

New Green Smoothies ebook by Hilary Greenleaf – 22 great recipes for healthy smoothies!


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Disclaimer: Please note that The Shopping Duck, “Earth Day Giveaway Event” or the “Earth Day Event” bloggers are not responsible for sponsors that do not fulfill their prizes. We have represented each sponsor with the expectation they will fulfill their prize and in a timely manner. We will contact the sponsor regarding your prize(s). The sponsors, in most cases, are shipping their items to you directly. We will make every effort to assist you obtaining your prize. If there is an issue with a sponsor, please notify the blog you won a prize from within 4-6 weeks for assistance, after that we may be unable to assist you.



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  1. I learned: Avoid lids on bins, when possible.

  2. stacey dempsey says:

    I got some great ideas from the organizing your discs and cables post, putting cords etc with the manuals in a zilpoc is easy and keeps it all together, i am forever hunting for the manuals

  3. Linda Kish says:

    I learned the TakeAlongs Large Rectangles are great for transporting cupcakes.

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

  4. We learned that when buying your containers look for something that will grow with you as your life changes.

    But I bet Rubbermaid never new there big storage containers also work as litter boxes for big kitties like me that need high sides and lots of room!
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  5. I learned the importance of a “no fuss entry” … I have to say that each house we have owned or rented, definitely had a different entry and I always wish they could be more spacious…
    Kristen @ My 3 Little Kittens recently posted..Free eBook: Code Triage {$10.99 Value}My Profile

  6. Tina Bartunek says:

    I learned to be consistent and selective with my everyday things.

  7. I got some great ideas on how to organize every day things like jewelry!
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  8. Anonymous says:

    i learned four things to help me get past the overwhelming feelings when i want to start getting organized

    madamerkf at aol dot com

  9. I learned to be selective and consistent with everyday items such as keys…also love the jewelry holders!

  10. Kathlyne brown says:

    I learned how to make good decisions on whether or not to keep things.

  11. Ted Kooper says:

    I learned that having mirror in the entryway so that I can check my outfit without having to run back to the bathroom

  12. Be consistent. Once you’ve picked your spot, always put your FUOs in that spot.

  13. I learned that Rubbermaid has a Rubbermaid Professional Organizer Squad

  14. I repinned this
    http://pinterest.com/pin/71142869083833908/
    Just my style, great idea.
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  15. heidi hidalgo says:

    I hope I win!

  16. Rachel Clark says:

    do little things every day to help cleaning be easy

  17. Jodi Trudel says:

    I learned 5 things I can remove from my home today to save space
    trublujo at hotmail dot com

  18. i learned some tips to make it easy to put things away.

  19. Rubbermade’s tips site made me realize how I should organize my CDs!

  20. I need to be more organized! And… by making it EASY to put things back in their place it more likely to happen
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  21. Amanda Alvarado says:

    I learned there are 5 things I can purge from my home right now! Will I do it today…nah! LOL

  22. I like the article about how to create a no fuss entry. We can definitely use some of those tips in our home.

  23. JR Pickett (Vicki Vix on r/c form) says:

    I learned that there are four things I should do when making a decision. They are:
    Get in a good state of mind
    Identify the real issue.
    Trust your gut.
    Be fearless.

  24. I also liked the article on no-fuss entry. I have no mudroom or really entry way in my apartment, the front door just opens right into the middle of the living room. There’s some good tips for using hooks, shoe racks, and flat spaces that I’ll definitely use.
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  25. i liked the article “5 Steps to An Organized Closet”

  26. I appreciated the article on “overcoming overwhelm.” I need to remember to breathe and allow myself to get distracted.
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  27. Margot Core says:

    On the Rubbermaid site Janine Adams suggests that I create the habit of putting stuff away. If you tend to leave stuff out, see if you can link the action of putting items away with the action of using them.

  28. librarypat says:

    They have an article – Overcoming Overwhelm – which at this point I seriously need. The whole article is valuable.

  29. Sandra W. says:

    I learned to be consistant. That’s a huge problem in my house! i put things down all willy nilly and lose them!