Making the Switch to Organic Skincare

Organic Skincare products have been on my mind a lot lately. They are quickly gaining in popularity and I can see why. Have you ever considered all the chemicals and toxins that may be lurking in your skincare products? I know I have! I was really surprised when I started doing my own research and trying to find out what I was putting on my skin and into my body. It’s kind of alarming when you stop to think about it. Recently I’ve been trying to switch out my products for a more natural and organic skincare routine.

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Growing Broccoli Indoors

Growing Broccoli Indoors is a project I have been working on for awhile. I love having fresh veggies during the summer once the garden starts producing, but what about the winter months? I have been planning, and planting, some veggies and herbs right in my kitchen, so I’ve decided to share it here with my Indoor Gardening series!

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Small Tips Towards a Sustainable Lifestyle

Within the last year, I’ve been on a mission to decrease my carbon footprint and live a more eco-friendly lifestyle. It was a big goal I had for 2019 especially. Most of these changes are just small habits I needed to change or break. Living a more sustainable lifestyle is another big goal for 2020 too!

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Creating a More Eco Friendly Home

People are becoming more and more aware of their impact on the environment. Sometimes it seems like taking more eco-friendly steps might be hard on your budget if you don’t have the extra money to spend, but doing your part doesn’t have to be expensive – or difficult. Small changes add up to big differences, you just have to know what the steps you need to take to create a more eco friendly home.

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Tips for a Successful No Spend Challenge

A No Spend Challenge is a great way to see what you are really spending money on throughout the month. Sure, you have a budget and pay your bills… But have you ever wondered what happens to that extra bit of cash you had? Maybe you wish you could put it to better use?

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Organic Garden Planning for a Healthier Garden

Thousands of chemicals are sprayed into our environment every year and gallons upon gallons of water is wasted by growing plants. Most of this waste is done by huge agricultural companies, but some of it is also done in our home grown gardens. We can make a huge difference by changing how we garden and by making some simple changes. There are lots of agricultural producers who have managed to make changes and you can use the same tactics in your organic garden and help our planet.

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