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This post is part of the Healthy Essentials 2014 program by Johnson & Johnson Consumer Companies, Inc. and The Motherhood, who compensated me for my time. 

I have written before about Johnson & Johnson’s website to help families be healthy, happy and get great savings:  Healthy Essentials. I like reading the articles about new health apps, beauty breakthroughs, family first aid and more. 

Next week is Earth Day, and in honor of April’s enviro-focus, Healthy Essentials is offering great environmentally-focused content. Read about how to plant an edible garden, easy-peasy recycling tips or Earthwards, J&J’s program to develop more sustainable products worldwide.

But while the magazine pieces are great, the truly best part of the Healthy Essentials site is the $55 in printable coupons, and even more savings if you sign up for Healthy Essentials via e-mail. And there are coupons embedded right next to the articles relating to that content, so if you are engrossed in a piece about spring allergies, you can click on the coupons for Zyrtec nearby. Pretty handy. 

Another awesome offering by J&J is their Donate A Photo app. For every photo we share using the Donate A Photo app, J&J will donate $1 to a cause of your choice! You can share one photo a day indefinitely, and by sharing these photos we help spread the word about causes that need help. Learn more about the app and download it from iTunes or Google Play.

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