Being a Norwex Movement Fan of the Month shows you’re engaged in reducing chemicals and/or creating a more sustainable environment. And our Fans of the Month all receive some well-deserved recognition, a fun prize and 200 Eco Points!
Congrats to our latest Norwex Movement Fan of the Month, Anne Baudouin, for making a difference at NorwexMovement.com!
April 2017 Movement Fan of the Month:
Anne Baudouin, QC
How she won:
By being an active member of NorwexMovement.com.
What is your favorite Norwex Movement blog post and why?
“My favorite blog is definitely the one about plastics. I knew plastics were a threat to our way of life, but not to the extent described in the blog. The bird full of plastic is an image that revolted me enough to be seared in my brain. I live in a town that outlawed plastic bags years ago . . . but with new administration has gone lax on the rules. Avoiding plastic is difficult for some, but certainly not impossible. Glass and metal containers are now my “go to,” and I have adopted some of the other options suggested as well.”
What changes have you implemented since becoming a Movement member?
“As mentioned, I now use glass containers for storage, reuse all plastic until it breaks and do not replace it. Norwex Stainless Steel Drinking Straws are what I have in my home, and I don’t even like the taste of water from a plastic bottle. I also clean more efficiently with Norwex and more often (because it is easier) than before. Dusting has become a necessity after reading about the harm dust can do, whereas before if I didn’t see the dust, I didn’t need to dust.”
Who have you shared Norwex Movement with?
“I like the information so I share with clients and other Consultants.”
Anne, thanks for being an active member of NorwexMovement.com. We appreciate all that you and other Norwex Movement members are doing to help bring real solutions to our world!
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I wish my town would outlaw plastic bags! They are such a waste and so terrible for the environment 🙁
Congratulations Anne!! Great job getting rid of the plastic!! I’m trying to do that too, but I have a very headstrong husband and son who will not relent on the plastic containers for their lunches. I’m continuing to fight it and I will win….because I’m that determined!! 🙂
We have a Britta in our home and use the re-usable water bottles from Tupperware everywhere we go!
We try to use reusable water bottles as much as possible and fill from our reversed osmosis system. Whenever possible, and where available, I ask for paper instead of plastic bags at check out counters. I use glass instead of plastic whenever the opportunity arises.
That’s great, Frank! Kudos for setting such a good example!
Norwex Produce Bags are a great way to reduce the plastic bags in the produce department or at a farmer’s market! I also have crocheted market bags 😉
got rid of all plastic it mind blowing how much you can really have in your house
REFUSE plastic bags. I carry reusable bags in my car. I love shopping at Aldi’s because they do not automatically use plastic bags!
Yes ma’am!! We are slowly becoming a plastic free household!