+1 Tweet Share40 Share Pin StumbleShares 40Back to school time is upon but wouldn’t you love to send your child with cleaner, greener tips? Well, I gathered all the eco-friendly bloggers I know – and a few that I’m a really big fan of – and posed the question to them: What are your best healthy back to school tips? Healthy Back to School Tips from
+1 Tweet Share2 Share Pin1 StumbleShares 3Why am I so passionate about organic skincare, bath & beauty products, food and well, just organic living? It’s because we live in a toxic world. Don’t believe me? Check out some of these stats: According to the American Cancer Society, men have a 1 in 2 chance of developing some form of invasive cancer. Women have a 1
+1 Tweet Share15 Share Pin1 StumbleShares 16Summertime, summertime! Ah that wonderful repose of the great outdoors comes with great risk. There are toxins everywhere and the only solution is to find options, like non toxic sunscreen and other products, to ensure you have a safe, chemical-free summer. As a Lucky Brand ambassador, I get a stipend to try great products and this month, I’m checking
+1 Tweet Share Share Pin4 StumbleShares 4This post is sponsored by NRG Home Solar. All opinions are my own. We are all imperfect, but I believe that we can all be extraordinary every day in the little things we do. Those details add up to make a big difference, especially when you are teaching your kids stewardship. It’s not necessarily the big sweeping overhauls that teach
+12 Tweet Share Share Pin2 StumbleShares 4Does your family need sinus allergy relief? While for most people, allergy season firmly sets in during the spring, for me, late summer and fall into winter are awful allergy seasons. The worst attacks I’ve ever had, in fact, happened on Thanksgiving holidays, one on a trip to Vermont and another on a trip to Delaware but I suffer at home too.
+1 Tweet Share Share Pin1 StumbleShares 1 More than 5 years ago, I set out on a journey to detox my family. While most detox makes you think of eating cleaner foods, after a while it occurred to me that maybe food wasn’t the only problem. Could I need to also detox my house? Here are my thoughts from February, 2012, more than a year after
+11 Tweet Share8 Share Pin4 StumbleShares 13This post was sponsored by DefenderShield; all opinions are my own. As much as possible, we try to live a nontoxic life as a family. And most of the time that means buying cleaner foods or chemical free products. But did you know there is another danger, lurking everywhere you go these days? It’s in your child’s libraries and
+11 Tweet Share2 Share Pin3 Stumble10Shares 16This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #OneStopKittyShop #CollectiveBias Our indoor cat LOVES the outdoors. When we had a warm spell in October, he looked at me like I was crazy for not letting him out and the minute I opened the door to put my kid on the bus,
+1 Tweet Share8 Share Pin3 StumbleShares 11 This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #HealthySkinSolutions #CollectiveBias A few weeks ago, a friend asked me about yoga. “I don’t know anything about it,” she said. I was very surprised – I thought everyone knew about yoga and the benefits it can provide a stressed out mom!
+1 Tweet Share10 Share Pin2 StumbleShares 12I detoxed my kitchen cleaners by replacing them with Aunt Fannie’s Cleaning Vinegar and Aunt Fannie’s Flypunch! as part of a sponsored post for Aunt Fannie’s. #HealthierHousekeeping Cleaning. It’s the last refuge of moms, and the first thing to go by the wayside when you discover your child has very intensive special needs, allergies or disabilities. I mean, let’s be