Win a Scotties Facial Tissue Care Package ($20 value) Ends 1/5/13

Daisy Box

There are some things from the “olden” days that are just completely charming, yet are pretty much rarities these days.

I’m talking about things like pocket watches, typewriters, and even handkerchiefs. Although to be honest, I’ve never really understood the handkerchief. So you blow your nose and then stick the… uh… gooey, remnant-covered cloth back in your pocket? That’s just nasty!

No, sir. I’ll take tissues over a handkerchief any day of the week. In fact, I’ll take an entire care package of them! Which just happens to be exactly what the super friendly folks from Scotties sent over for me to check out!

Palm Trees Box

Their “Our Softest Ever” line of facial tissues comes in 3-ply, 2-ply, and Aloe versions. But that’s not what I’m most impressed with. Nor is it the variety of colorful patterns or scenes on each tissue box. Uh uh. It has to do with our planet.

You see, for every one tree that Scotties uses to produce its products, they promise to plant three more! So if you think about it, the more you buy Scotties tissues, the more trees they’re using. And the more trees they’re using, the more trees they’ll plant! So every time you blow your nose, you’re one step closer to helping plant a bunch of trees!

White Flowers Box

Now that winter’s here, you’ll unfortunately have a greater need for tissues thanks to this wacky weather. (Of course, all you New York Jets fans have probably used up a few crates of tissues this past week alone.)

Scotties is giving my readers a chance to win a care package filled with Scotties “Our Softest Ever” facial tissues! And that’s nothing to sneeze at!


 Win a Scotties Facial Tissue Care Package 

($20 value)

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Use the Rafflecopter Widget below to enter:

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Giveaway ends on January 5, 2013 at 11:59 p.m. The winner will be chosen at random and announced on this site. Giveaway is open only to legal residents of the fifty (50) United States (including District of Columbia) who are at least eighteen (18) years old at the time of entry. The Winner will be notified by email and has 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen.

I received the featured product in exchange for my honest opinions. The thoughts and opinions expressed in this post are my own and in no way were influenced by the company providing the product.

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  4. Bryan E. says

    Thanks for the giveaway…we wash our dishes by hand 90% of the time, and use the grey / rinse-water to water our landscape plants in the winter; in summer we water our flower & vegetable garden as well.

  5. Heather Person says

    I recycle and get my statement through email. I also school online saving on the carbon footprint and use ebooks.

  6. KJ says

    We never buy individual packages of anything and recycle what we can. We have reusable water bottles and a water filtering system so we don’t buy bottled water.

  7. Ann Mountain says

    I have become a recycling fanatic. I am constantly harping at my kids and hubby to throw the recycables into the ‘correct” trash. I’ve even gone so far as to dig thru a garbage bag to retrieve a single pop can that needed recycled. I want our world to be clean for my grandchildren.

  8. Barbara Stenby says

    we have been recycling for close to 20 yrs, on summer days we go to the beach and collect garbage Mylar balloons, styrofoam cups plates etc. everything people leave behind.. we use rainwater to water our plants in the garden and we only use compost to enrich our soil.

  9. Kari Flores says

    I recycle everything at home and at work. I shut the lights off in rooms that are not being used. I try to purchase recycled products and green products.

  10. alison courtois says

    I am an avid gardener. Flowers, veggies, trees anything beautiful and useful. My boyfriend calls my garden the million dollar garden, because of how much I spend on it! I also recycle.

  11. Kayleen Considine says

    We reuse the plastic bags we get when we go shopping. We try to remember to take our reusable shopping bags, but that doesn’t always happen.

  12. Debra S says

    We throw so little away… I rarely have to take in any garbage at all. I recyle ANYthing than can be recylced. Anything compostable is composted. Anything edible- on the rare occasion we might not eat it, the animals do.

  13. Sandy Cain says

    Don’t keep buying plastic water bottles – get one, good bottle and re-use it. You can buy a glass bottle that’s plastic-protected from breakage (on its outside), and just keep re-filling that. Tap water is actually more regulated than bottled water, anyway.

  14. Rachel G says

    We make sure to turn out the lights every time we leave a room and have Energy Efficient light bulbs in the entire house.

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