PUR water just received the coveted Ladies Home Journal Do Good Stamp …

In honor of Earth Day and their Do Good  credential, PUR wants to hear from moms everywhere on the ways their family is Doing PUR-ly Good .

Leave a comment below about your Do Good ideas and suggestions for a chance to win…

*drum roll*

PUR’s new easy one-click installation faucet mount:

The one-click faucet mount removes 99.9% of microbial cysts and reduces many other contaminants “ you just snap it on!   It is a space-saving design that offers a swiveling head and quick disconnect feature that helps move the filter out of the way when needed.

Did you know that just by switching from bottled water to filtered water and a reusable bottle, moms can save up to $600 a year and eliminate up to 3,200 plastic bottles?

Imagine what an entire family can save?

Thanks to PUR, I am giving away…

  • 1 PUR One-Click Faucet Mount
  • 4 cool PUR Sigg bottles

To enter:

  • just leave a comment and share a way YOU/YOUR FAMILY are doing PUR-ly Good! 

For additional entries (please leave a comment for each entry):

  • become fan of  PUR’s Facebook Page (for every new PUR fan, PUR will donate 10 liters of clean drinking water to children in the developing world)
  • Tweet this contest with the #PUR-lygood hashtag
  • Subscribe to my RSS feed
  • Be my friend…on Google
  • Follow me on fb’s networked blogs

The contest will end on 4/29 and the 5 winners randomly selected.

Thanks for entering!

Good luck.


  1. Always use refillable water bottles, bring our own shopping bags, keep the thermostat low!

  2. I have GREATLY reduced the amount of bottled water I buy now that I got my PUR pitcher. Our water tasted “funky” and the pitcher makes it taste better!!

  3. Texan Kiwis says:

    Grow your own veges, recycle the ktichen scraps into a composter then put it back on the garden 🙂

  4. I stopped using plastic grocery bags!! I try not to buy bottle water, I would love a bottle to Sigg bottle for work & a faucet mount too!

  5. We keep all of our lights off during the day and only turn on minimal lights when it gets dark. Saves electricity and natural sunlight is so much nicer!

  6. We no longer buy bottled water and hang dry our clothes. Go green!!!

  7. I started a recycling program at work and we never use water bottles. Thanks!

  8. we just started composting!

  9. We recycle, line dry, and don’t buy bottled water. Also much to my husbands chagrin, I compulsively turn off lights. 🙂

  10. I follow you on google

  11. We recycle, and use a motion-sensor light in the basement to save electricity. 🙂

    Thank you for the giveaway!

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  12. I now follow your blog via Google Friend Connect.
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  13. I now subscribe via RSS feed on my iGoogle homepage. (Your feed link is broken, BTW!)
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  14. Modesty L. says:

    My family has one of the PUR pitchers. It really helps. Please enter me.

  15. Modesty L. says:

    I tried subscribing to your RSS feed but it is not working.

  16. Modesty L. says:

    I am a follower of your blog.

  17. I got a Pur water pitcher but I don’t have enough bottles to fill up so I’m ashamed to say I’m still hooked on the bottled water. If only I had some more re-usable bottles….

  18. I “liked” Pur on FB. There is no more fan. Alison Wright

  19. I am following via networked blogs. Mine is Being Me.

  20. Let’s see…we have solar power, but that came with the house. I don’t get any credit.

    I bought an high-efficiency washer and dryer. Does that count?

    And I don’t burn tires in my front yard.

    Any more.

  21. I just recently stopped purchasing bottled water. Unfortunately I haven’t found a reusable water bottle that I really like.

  22. I follow you on Networked Blogs.

  23. Im a fan on Facebook .

  24. We recycle, use reuseble water bottles, turn off lights and do not turn on the thermostat until it becomes life or death…seriously.

  25. We recycle all our newspapers and magazines. And we also have quit buying bottled water. Now we each have our own bottle 😉

  26. follow blog as jelaws5

  27. amy hartley says:

    I have bought several reusable water bottles and try and use those as opposed to buying disposable ones.

  28. I tried to follow via Networked Blogs but it says the application is unavailable. 🙁

  29. We have our own cloth grocery bags, grow our own herbs and compost. Hoping for a veggie garden this summer 🙂

  30. I use reusable water bottles and recycle.

    Chantal Cooper
    chantalgiardina (at) yahoo (dot) com

  31. I subscribe via RSS feed

    Chantal Cooper
    chantalgiardina (at) yahoo (dot) com

  32. I am a fan on facebook via network blog

    Chantal Cooper
    chantalgiardina (at) yahoo (dot) com

  33. I follow you via google friend connect

    Chantal Cooper
    chantalgiardina (at) yahoo (dot) com

  34. I fan Pur on facebook

    Chantal Cooper
    chantalgiardina (at) yahoo (dot) com

  35. We recycle and minimize plastic grocery bags (and recycle the ones we get)!

  36. Melissa R says:

    Wow. We drink tap water 90% of the time. I admit to using bottled water when we travel because I really can’t get used to other people tap water. We’d LOVE to have this wonderful product!!!

  37. We use reusable bags, and recycle plastic and cans at our house.

  38. Emily Robison says:

    We reuse water bottles instead of buying disposable ones!

  39. FB fan Pur-julie A Scott Laws

  40. We recycle and reuse as much as we can and we also buy products that have been made with recylced materials.

  41. We use the reusable shopping bags!

  42. I am a facebook fan of PUR

  43. I subscribe to feed

  44. I follow you on google friend connect (ash9)

  45. I follow you on networked blogs

  46. We drink bottled water!

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