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Sara Tetreault
Works at GoGingham.com
Attended University of San Diego
Lives in Our Urban Homestead, Portlandia
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Clean Eating and Clean Living Benefits

Have you ever done something because you thought it was good for you and then later realized there was an actual term for it? If you’re nodding yes – you know what I’m talking about. For me, it was understanding what the term ‘clean eating‘ meant. When I…
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Green Living Tip 30 {Share and Borrow Resources} #SharingEconomy

Today’s green living tip: share and borrow resources. Whether it’s utilizing the library, borrowing your neighbor’s power tool or passing on your previously read magazines, we should share and borrow resources more often. We all don’t need to be buying…
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Today’s green living tip: bring a bag along. Wherever you go, just have one handy – car, purse, backpack, or bicycle – and tucked away so that you can say “no thanks” when offered a plastic or paper bag at the store. Or be like my stylish sister-in-law…
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Green Living Tip 26 {Clean with Baking Soda} #ZeroWaste #FewerChemicals

Today’s green living tip: clean with baking soda. Baking soda can be used for everyday household cleaning and in the laundry. It can replace numerous harsher, chemical filled products and has much less packaging. It also costs a lot less! Clean dirty…
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Green Living Tip 24 {Use Maps for Gift Wrapping} #ZeroWaste #Lovely

Today’s green living tip: use maps for gift wrapping. It’s green, unique, and saves money to wrap gifts with maps. Old maps are abundant (and extremely inexpensive, or free) at garage and estate sales. There may even be a stash of them in your basement or…
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Green Living Tip 22 {Begin Composting} #ZeroWaste #Sustainable

Today’s green living tip: begin composting. Start today with putting nutrients back into the soil. Nothing is easier than keeping food scraps from going down the drain or into the landfill – and putting them in the ground. Keep fruit and vegetable scraps,…
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Green Living Tip 20 {Save Seeds from Garden} #Sustainable

Today’s green living tip: save seeds from the end of the current garden season to plant in next year’s garden. You can enjoy this year’s produce and still have vegetables for the future. Arugula is the easiest seed to save – and it’s also very easy to…
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Green Living Tip 29 {Make Your Own Liquid Hand Soap} #ZeroWaste #EarthMonth

Today’s green living tip: make your own liquid hand soap. This is surprisingly easy and it’s gentler on the environment – and your skin! Think about how many containers – pumpers, jugs, containers – of liquid hand soap, there are for sale. That’s a lot of…
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Today’s green living tip: eat whole and real foods – unprocessed – and it will be good for you and good for the environment. Mother Nature’s packaging is the best! Most whole foods – vegetables, fruit, fish, etc. – don’t come with a bunch of packaging…
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Green Living Tip 25 {ReUse for Home Renovations} #ZeroWaste

Today’s green living tip: reuse items for home renovations. Why buy new cabinets, doors, or doorknobs when there are plenty of those items around for use? Using old items, in place of new, adds character to a home – even if the home is new or parts of it…
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Green Living Tip 23 {Use Cloth Napkins} #Reduce #ZeroWaste

Today’s green living tip: use cloth napkins. By replacing paper napkins with cloth napkins, you’ll reduce the amount of garbage generated from these, every single day. It’s easy to use cloth napkins when your household is one or two people but what to do…
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Green Living Tip 21 {Grocery Shop from Bulk Bins} #ZeroWaste

Today’s green living tip: grocery shop from the bulk bins. Buying food items from the bulk bins, reduces the amount of packaging that is produced. Think about how much packaging gets thrown out when buying a box of cereal or other packaged food item. The…
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  • University of San Diego
    Business, 1984 - 1988
    B.B.A., Business Administration
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chicken keeper, gardener, hula hooper, home swapper, mom, runner, real food cook, wife
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Sara Tetreault
Professional Content Creator +
Photographer + Recipe Developer + Social Media Influencer
creator of GoGingham.com: Real Food + Sustainable Living


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Professional Content Creator + Photographer + Recipe Developer + Social Media Influencer
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blogger, professional content creator, influencer, photographer, recipe developer, world traveler, speaker
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  • GoGingham.com
    Creator/Editor, 2010 - present
    Creator of GoGingham.com: Real Food + Sustainable Living
  • Polo/Ralph Lauren Corporation
    1988 - 1997
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Our Urban Homestead, Portlandia
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Laundry Detergents to Use and Why « Go Gingham Stylishly Frugal Living
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Laundry detergents, much like all other cleaning and consumer products, can be filled with all sorts of bad ingredients – even when they cla

Happy Three Year Anniversary Go Gingham « Go Gingham Stylishly Frugal Li...
gogingham.com

Yes, today is the day that three-years ago I pressed “publish” for the first time. With 522 published posts and no thoughts of slowing down,

Kitchen Tip: How to Use a Mortar and Pestle « Go Gingham Stylishly Fruga...
gogingham.com

If there’s one item I use almost daily in the kitchen, it’s my mortar and pestle. I didn’t even know what it was for when I first got it and

How to Make Liquid Hand Soap « Go Gingham Stylishly Frugal Living
gogingham.com

I began making my own liquid hand soap because I was trying to avoid products with triclosan* in them, and after spending $20.00 on the equi

Found: One Claw Foot « Go Gingham | Stylishly Frugal Living | Sara Tetre...
gogingham.com

Sara Tetreault of Go Gingham locates a missing claw foot for her bathtub. Hippo Hardware, which is very frugal, fancy, and fun, had everythi

NEW FACE FOR AN OLD PURSE
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I was making the rounds at a favorite thrift store a couple of weeks ago and I spotted a name brand summer handbag for $2. The inside was st