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The Green Quote: Alison Sweeney on the Little Things

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“People get caught up in saving the world. But I think the little things are just as important. We’re big on recycling at my house. My son Ben is three and understands the concept of recycling. We sing little recycling songs that he learned at his preschool. We turn the lights out when we leave a room. Then there’s just taking off your shoes when you go in a room so you don’t have to vacuum as much or use as many cleaning products. All those little things make a difference. Instead of using cleaning agents, you can mix water with vinegar and clean with that. It saves money, helps the environment because you don’t use plastic bottles and it helps your baby stay healthy.””

Days of Our Lives star Alison Sweeney in her recent Celebrity Planet interview on her eco lifestyle.

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