While many of us use the term “spring cleaning” loosely, it’s an actual practice (dating back centuries) that also adds some health benefits.
Figure out your BIG nontoxic why and do what works best for you. Remember that every small change is important. Every change is reducing toxic body burden.
I love the holiday decorating traditions! Do you deck the halls, hang mistletoe, light your yard brightly, set up a tree, or do all of this and more? If this sounds like you, you will definitely be interested in the nontoxic ideas in this blog.
This holiday season is going to be filled with tough choices and changes for families. To make the best of the challenges we are facing, we can choose to focus on the good that’s still all around us. When we reflect each day on our blessings, we’ll be much happier overall.
Chemicals linked to breast cancer have no place in anyone’s beauty routine. That’s what you’d think, but you can find these chemicals in personal care products sold across the United States.
Fall is here and this is the time when we typically start to see changes in our skin. The great news is there are five things we can do to help nourish our skin right now.
Even products advertised as “green,” “natural,” or “fragrance free” can contain chemicals that cause health problems.
People all over the world have used lavender for centuries. This purple super flower has many uses from essential oils to recipes.
As we’re rapidly approaching the holiday season, I thought I would create a list of healthy gift ideas for all of us. I own and use many of the items on this holiday gift idea list; others I wish I had!
Since your immune system protects your body from infections, foreign bodies, and the development of diseases, it is so important to make sure your immune system is strong.