Giveaway Time!

It’s time for a GIVEAWAY!


It’s been only 8 little months since I first launched The Green Family Project and I could never have imagined it would be what it is today in such a short period of time. And it is all because of my fantastic readers! I am beyond thankful to everyone who has taken the time to read, share and engage with the content here on the blog.

So as a thank you…I’m giving away two awesome prizes to one lucky winner!

What are the prizes?

Pictured Above!

1.) A 16 oz Healthy Human Water Bottle in Mulberry. Healthy Human water bottles are double walled vacuum insulated, keep cold beverages COLD for 12 hours and hot beverages HOT for 8 hours, BPA and toxin free. So whether its hot tea, cool kombucha or just iced water, you can be sure your beverage will stay the perfect temperature!

2.)  Dusky Leaf Zero Slip Yoga Towel in Tea Green. The biodegradable nonslip surface of the towel allows you to concentrate on your practice and not on your sweat! And the bamboo charcoal material has antibacterial and anti-fungal properties to reduce odour and neutralize bacteria. Add some luxury to your yoga practice with this beautiful towel!

How to enter:

1.) Subscribe to the monthly newsletter (top of page).

2.) Follow The Green Family Project on Instagram

3.) BONUS ENTRY: TAG 2 friends on the Instagram giveaway promo pic for 1 additional entry.


Giveaway open to legal residents of the United States and Canada only. Must be 18 years of age or older to enter. Already subscribed to the newsletter? You’re automatically entered!

Contest closes on May 18th, 2017. Winner will be drawn at random and notified by email on May 19th, 2017.

Good Luck!





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