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Spring Cleaning: Get the Junk Out Carnival

Spring Cleaning: Get the Junk OutKatie from Kitchen Stewardship is launching a Spring Cleaning: Get the Junk Out carnival this week! I’m honored to have been invited to participate, and I will be tackling the clutter topic in a few weeks.

To be honest, I tend to be crunchy-lite (I just made that up…), and some of these topics — such as parabens and CAFOs — are new to me, so I’ll be looking for the baby steps offered each week to help me get started. Those of you who are more experienced with them will find more in-depth resources and steps as well.

Overall, I’m excited to learn about all of the topics — from plastic food containers and antibacterial soaps to debt and gluten — from women who are ahead of me on the crunchy spectrum!

The carnival will run over the next ten weeks, with one topic per week, which I think is a fantastic way to present so much information without it becoming overwhelming. Each Tuesday, a different blogger will host the carnival so that you can post about your own experience with the topic at hand (or share an older post on the subject) and link up.

3/23 :: Katie @ Kitchen Stewardship :: antibacterial soap/bleach

3/30 :: Amy @ Simply Sugar and Gluten Free :: gluten

4/6 :: Beth @ Fake Plastic Fish :: plastic food containers

4/13 :: Donielle @ Naturally Knocked Up :: refined sugar

4/20 :: Micaela @ Mindful Momma :: parabens

4/27 :: Lenetta @ Nettacow :: food additives

5/4 :: Kelly @ Kelly the Kitchen Kop :: CAFOs

5/11 :: Laura @ Heavenly Homemakers :: pesticides

5/18 :: Mandi @ Organizing Your Way :: clutter

5/25 :: Claire @ Saving Money Plan :: debt

There will also be special giveaways each week at Kitchen Stewardship to go along with each week’s theme, so be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss any of them!

Are these things you’ve been thinking about already? Which one are you most looking forward to learning more about?

Mandi Ehman at Organizing Your Way