Living Green

It's not just a color, it's a way of life

We may know the basics when it comes to living green: reduce, reuse, recycle. But what does "living green" actually mean in our everyday lives? Gerber Life answers that question with real-life examples of small changes and choices you can make on a daily basis to positively impact the environment. Examples of living green include packing your children's lunches in reusable containers and using canvas bags when you go grocery shopping. By watching for our online articles on topics such as these, Gerber Life makes it even easier to adopt a green lifestyle.

  1. Going Green for the Holidays

    pinecone used as holiday decorationThere’s never a better time to start teaching children about going green than during the holidays. You’ve probably already discussed with your kids some of the basic ways to be environmentally friendly, such as recycling glass and paper.




    Here are some more ways toward a greener holiday season for you and your family to try:

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  2. Mastering Holiday Shopping on a Budget

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    Holiday shopping can be exciting as well as a time to show your loved ones how special you think they are. Thankfully, holiday shopping doesn’t have to break the bank. With these quick tips, you can make sure that your bank account is smiling right alongside your friends and family this holiday season.

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  3. Six Gifts That Won’t Clutter a Home

    six gift ideas for any occasion

    Winter is approaching and with it comes the season of gift giving. That doesn’t mean you have to give friends and loved ones more “stuff,” however. In fact, giving less “stuff” can mean more to the people on your gift list. Here are some affordable gift ideas for all ages, and which keep on giving and won’t cause clutter:

  4. What Popeye Taught Us About Eating Veggies & More Tips

    boy posing his musclesMany parents remember Popeye the Sailor Man’s undeniably strong muscles and endless ability to save the day. He credited his strength and bravery to none other than spinach, and adults seized an opportunity to offer the green vegetable to their children. “You want to be strong like Popeye, now don’t you?”

    The truth is that this kind of influence does work. With positive creativity and a little inspiration – such as from Popeye – the following tips can help teach our children how to eat more healthfully.

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  5. Tips: Green is the New Black-to-School

    girls recycling newspaperDuring the past decade, technology has greatly impacted the way that kids learn in a classroom. In addition to desktop computers and television, many schools now use tools such as video conferencing and tablet computers to help bring lessons to life.

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