• LED Light Bulbs: Why You Should Use Them

    How high was your energy bill last month? Have you been thinking about ways you could help the environment and your pocketbook? Have you thought about switching your light bulbs to ENERGY STAR certified LED bulbs? Why not take the pledge today, and make that change! Not All LED Lightbulbs Are Created Equally I’m sure you have seen the bright blue ENERGY STAR logo on products as you peruse through your favorite stores. That bright blue star…

  • Deodorant: 10 Ingredients You Need To Avoid

    I know there are plenty of scare tactics out there regarding why you need to do this or that. The truth is, you need to be doing what works for you. However, one change I would urge you to consider is switching to natural deodorant. Over 90% of Americans are using deodorant daily. That’s a lot of us. But what you may not realize is that the deodorant you’re using may be hurting you. Aside…

  • Be Green: 10 Simple Changes You Can Make At Home

    Earth Day is right around the corner! So I got to thinking about the first changes I made in my life to live a little more green. There are many reasons to make changes and live a more Simple Natural Life. One of those reasons is to help take care of the Planet Earth. Another reason is to reduce the number of toxic chemicals you bring into your home. Global Warming At this point in time,…

  • 3 Ingredient DIY Laundry Detergent

    Laundry detergent can be expensive. Many are full of artificial (aka toxic) fragrances and other chemicals that are harsh on the fibers of our clothes. These not-so-great ingredients are then on our bodies! Why Homemade? I use homemade laundry detergent because it’s easy, inexpensive, and I can control what is in it. I’m a busy person and I know you are too. It only takes a few minutes to make enough laundry detergent to last…

  • 15 of The Best Indoor Plants

    Have you heard of off-gassing? Basically, we bring items into our homes that contain chemicals. These chemicals, also known as volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are dispersed into the air of our homes. The release of these chemicals is commonly known as off-gassing. We cannot be completely free from off-gassing. However, we can help reduce the number of VOCs we bring into our homes. If you want to learn more about which items in your home…