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Monday Give Away: UrthBag!

Monica Ralli, founder of UrthBags, has sent us this beautiful “Angelina” recycled magazine handbag for our Monday give away! UrthBags are the Eco-Chic handbags made with the health of the planet in mind. I have one of these little beauties sitting on the kitchen table, and believe me, it is fantastic.

Monica has always tried to live a sustainable life by recycling everything possible, shopping locally at farmers markets, avoiding toxic chemicals by choosing organic, etc.  Looking in her closet one evening filled with handbags, purses, totes, gym bags, etc., She thought to herself, why couldn’t these same, stylish designs be made from salvaged, recycled & discarded materials?   After much researching, sourcing materials, locating and organizing women’s groups, she created UrthBags Eco-Chic Handbags.

Monica also follows a predominantly raw diet and has for over 20 years. She strongly advocate consuming sustainable, fresh food diet that is as close to its natural state as possible. Sisterhood!

This beautiful bag’s retail value is 72.00. Thank you Monica!

To enter: Leave a quick comment in the comment section and tell us your favorite way to be more green (I am composting, and love it). Comment entries will be closed on Tuesday, October 19th at midnight. The winner will be announced on Wednesday.

Good Luck! This is a great handbag! You can see more about UrthBags here: UrthBags

You can find UrthBags on FB Here: UrthBags Facebook

And on Twitter here: UrthBags

*Please note: to be eligible for the drawing, you must put your comment in the comment section for THIS post.

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  1. hihorosie wrote on October 20, 2010

    Ooh, I hope I’ve made it before midnight…it’s before midnight MY time on the westcoast! It’s 10:28 PM

    So if this counts, one way we like to be more green is turning off the heater to the water – turn it back on at night then off during the day. There’s enough hot water to last us thru the day.

  2. Cricket wrote on October 20, 2010

    I compost and use chicken manure from a friend’s chickens; I recycle glass, plastics, cardboard, newspapers, cans and bottles, and I have eliminated almost all commercial cleaning products from my household. I make my own window cleaner, use vinegar and water to clean and buy unbleached papers.

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