I was cloth diapered, and I always knew that if I had a kid I would cloth diaper too. I wanted to do it because of how much cheaper it was, but also because of how better for the environment it was. Disposable diaper waste accounts for 30% of our landfill waste and as I … Continue reading My Cloth Diapering MVP’s
I love a good list, I love any chance to reflect, and I love beginnings and endings. I also love learning about peoples favorite things because it is always a good chance to learn something new or be reminded of something you had forgotten. So here it is : My 2017 favorite things, some are … Continue reading MY 2017 FAVES
Have you seen the recent video footage of human trafficking victims being sold for about $400 in Libya? Sisters, Brothers, Uncles, Cousins, Sons, Daughters taken from their homes and auctioned off to the highest bidder. The truth is our capitalist society needs cheap labor to keep up with the demands we have for cheap, quick, … Continue reading Enough is Enough – Zero Waste Changes You Can Make Right Now
The Mother Earth New fair is a trade fair that travels around the country addressing issues surrounding sustainability, eco-friendliness and other “hippie dippe green peace crap” as my brother likes to put it . I’ve always wanted to go but never could find either the time or money as a college student. Lucky for me … Continue reading Mother Earth News Fair
I wanted to share a few products I stopped using a few years ago to inspire people to question what exactly they are bringing into their houses and putting on their skin.
Reviewing some #plasticfree and #zerowastefriendly products from my friends over at TheEcoBaby.Co. Read on to see what goodies I got and get a coupon!
I never had a dryer growing up. I never knew that I needed it. We used a machine or our hands to get our clothes clean, then we took them outside still dripping and hung them in the bright sunshine. I’ve been looking to recreate the peace that came with doing such a simple task now … Continue reading The Benefits of Using a Clothesline
Humans need interaction with each other. Whether you're an introvert, extrovert,or ambivert such as myself, we all need to get together and enjoy the presence of other humans for our sanity and well being. As spring is upon us, the phrase "bloom where planted" has been on my mind. Today, I wanted to share … Continue reading 10 Ways You Can Become A Part of Your Community
Cleaning the bathroom is my least favorite chore after washing dishes, I hate the smell of bleach and the harsh cleaning chemicals always make my eyes water or give me a headache. Once I simplified my regimen, cleaning the bathroom became a lot easier. To end the week, here as some ways to simplify your … Continue reading Spring cleaning – Bathroom Edition
Our ancestors have worn their offspring for thousands of years. Growing up, I watched countless babies on the backs of their mothers and knew that I would carry my own children. But I live in the mid west. All I saw was babies in strollers. Luckily enough, after I went to a La Leche Leauge … Continue reading Why I Babywear