Green Is the New Red for Valentine's Day
Jan 26, 2010 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
Most people don't know how to surprise their significant other on Valentine's Day.
It takes a lot of creativity to have something new and exciting every year and, alas, not all of us are that creative. Steffany Boldrini, CEO of EcoBold.com shares some great tips for cheap, eco-friendly, low budget and low carbon footprint Valentine's Day gift ideas.
Steffany shares her top 5 hints:
Make dinner! Not only will you be saving money, you'll also be making this a very special occasion by showing how much you care! Make sure to buy local ingredients as much as possible, this not only helps your local economy and farmers, it also helps our planet since your food only traveled a few miles to get to you. Create your own spa: after dinner, give a natural oil massage that you made with your own hands! The Love Massage Recipe: get either of these oils at your local drugstore: almond, grapeseed, apricot or avocado oil. For every 100 ml add 10 drops of lavender oil, lemongrass and fennel. That simple! Play a romantic song and dance to it. If you don't know how to dance it'll be even more fun! Get ready to share some good laughs together. It's free and good for the soul. Watch a movie at home and cuddle up. Get a nice blanket and you're off for a romantic night with your honey! Search for a discounted eco-friendly gifts at www.EcoBold.com
About Steffany Boldrini and EcoBold.com
EcoBold.com does video reviews of all kinds of green and eco-friendly household products. From reusable calendars to organic body lotions to recycled candy wrap purses, you'll find everything you need, at a discount!
Ecobold.com CEO, Steffany Boldrini, was born and raised in a small ranch in Brazil, her mom raised her and her 2 sisters under true "green" standards. As kids they were always eating fresh fruits, recycling, composting, playing in the mud and picking up trash around the forest that was left behind by others. But not everything was always green in her mind, one of the things she always wanted was to live in the city and have a doorbell and a house number just like all her school friends!
Today she understands that her childhood has prepared her to help in bringing global awareness towards taking care of our environment. She is a huge advocate for creating new manufacturing standards for products that should never harm our planet or our health. www.EcoBold.com
Contact: Jennifer Harris
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