Growing an Organic Garden with Whitney Farms®

I’m going to discuss the benefits of using Whitney Farms® organic plant food, Tomato and Vegetable food and their organic soil. These products make it easy to develop beautiful, healthy, organic gardens.

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Soaps from the Hive Review and #Giveaway

This review was written by Stephanie at Mom Goes Wild. Over 70 different bloggers have teamed up to help Stephanie promote this awesome review and giveaway…after all, it is for products from her very first sponsor! Call it a helping hand, call it sponsor love…I like to call it what you can expect from a […]

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Ten Ways to Save Water

When it comes to ways to save money, one thing that people tend to overlook is how to save on their water bill. Water conservation is extremely important. Best of all, you can lower your monthly bills easily by taking a few simple steps. Here are ten easy ways to save water and money: 1. […]

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My True Nature Review

I recently had the opportunity to review a couple of products from My True Nature. The company was founded by Kelly Boyd, whose goal was to create safe products for her child that worked as good as most mainstream soaps and shampoos, but that were made of completely natural ingredients. When she couldn’t find anything […]

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Going Organic: Your “Quick” Guide to Buying Organic Produce

We all know that eating organic produce is good for our bodies and the earth, but it isn’t always easy on the pocketbook. Now, wouldn’t you think that not purchasing mass quantities of pesticides would make things cheaper? Unfortunately, it doesn’t. Still, if you’d like to purchase organic food for you and your family but […]

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Going Green and Saving With Family Cloth

Over the past few years, I’ve been looking for ways to make my family’s home a little greener. A family of five can use up a lot of resources, after all. A major change was switching to more reusable products, rather than using disposables. This has included cloth diapering and making my own “unpaper” towels […]

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Making Homemade Baby Food: A Picture Tutorial

Making homemade baby food is a healthy, inexpensive way to feed your baby. Today, I prepared and froze about one week’s worth of homemade baby food for my twins. Follow along to see just how I did it. What you’ll need: Fresh fruits, vegetables or both Peeler Knife Pot Steamer basket Food Processor Bowls Potato […]

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Living Green: Making the Switch to Cloth

When I first got out of college, I knew that I wanted to be a more environmentally conscious person, but I felt overwhelmed to think of where I was versus where I wanted to be. My husband and I started taking baby steps, and while we still have big dreams for eco-friendly living in the […]

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How We Save Money on Our Electric Bill

Occasionally, I’ll hear friends or relatives mention how much their electricity bill was this month, and I smile a little inside because I know mine is lower. Not that having a lower electric bill is a competition, but it does feel good when I see that the effort we’ve put into paying less each month […]

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Do It Yourself: Make Your Own Shampoo

Nearly a year and a half ago I jumped on the ‘poo-free bandwagon. Going shampoo-free is a movement that is growing in popularity, although it is not a new idea. The theory behind living without shampoo is that the soap in shampoo dries out your scalp’s natural oils. When that happens, your scalp responds by […]

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