Jodi Klusacek, an officer with the Oak Forest Green Steps Commission and distributor of eco-friendly Shaklee products, shows how you can turn old tin canisters and empty mason jars into new holiday keepsakes in a Patch video.
The idea of going green for the holidays is one Oak Forest Green Steps Commission officer Jodi Klusacek embraced long ago. She now shares green tips and healthy lifestyle choices regularly on her Nature's Resources Facebook page. And she shares a couple of tips here in a Patch video to help you prepare of the holidays. Why not turn an old tin canister into a Christmas gift box? Or illuminate a bathroom with a scented mason jar light?
Jodi Klusacek, an officer with the Oak Forest Green Steps Commission and distributor of eco-friendly Shaklee products, shares her holiday green checklist—and just in the nick of time.
Green decorating for the holidays is an idea that can mean many different things to many different people. For Jodi Klusacek, going green for Christmas means saving green while rekindling fond family memories and working to leave an eco-friendly footprint on the environment. Klusacek is a member of the Oak Forest Green Steps Commission. She distributes Shaklee products through her business—Nature’s Resources—and she strives to be green for the holidays and year-round. “Yeah, that’s pretty much what I’ve done most all of my life,” she said. “I don’t know if it started with my grandparents, who went through the depression and my mom was young. So, we always were thrifty with things. “And I have a love for nature. So, it just kind of seemed …