Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free Pie Crust Mix & Pumpkin Pie Recipe

February 3, 2014

I love cooking and baking from scratch, taking separate ingredients and combining them into one delicious item or meal makes me enjoy eating healthy and natural foods so much more. So I would say I was super excited when I decided to bring a completely homemade organic pumpkin pie to Thanksgiving. Yes, I realize Thanksgiving […]

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Control n Roll

January 31, 2014

When Priscilla from Control n Roll contacted me about their eco-bathroom product, I had not considered that I was possibly being wasteful with my toilet paper use. At a very young age that was a great habit my mother had instilled in me, not to waste such paper products. That’s also likely for the sake […]

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Eco Wrapping Paper Ideas

January 29, 2014

(Source) I’m always in favor of beautifully wrapped gifts and with Valentine’s Day fast approaching take these couple of steps to make your wrapping a bit more eco-friendly. Papers, ribbons and other trinkets to make it elegant can come at a cost to the environment, mostly since for many people they are one-time use items. […]

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Stella & Dot Fundraiser

January 28, 2014

The “holiday of love” is approaching quickly and I wanted to share with those of you who maybe end up waiting until the last minute to gift shop, a chance to gift something great. A local scholarship foundation is graciously being given all proceeds from a Stella & Dot “All You Have To Do Is […]

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Wrappily: Eco-Friendly Wrapping Paper

January 27, 2014

Founder of Wrappily Sara Smith and I think alike. I’ve also been guilty of trying to gently unwrap a gift with expectation of saving the wrapping paper instead of sending it to the recycle bin with hopes of it being recycled. Though now realizing that not all wrapping paper can be recycled because of the […]

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Tom’s of Maine Cavity Protection Baking Soda Toothpaste

January 24, 2014

The Tom’s of Maine may have been one of the first eco-friendly products I came across years ago. Now I’m happy to have tried one of their products and hopefully many more. It was their Natural Peppermint Cavity Protection Baking Soda Fluoride Toothpaste, wow that’s a mouth full (pun intended). My previous toothpaste before trying […]

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Good Boy Organics Baked Cheddar Corn Snacks

January 20, 2014

Snacks for me usually consist of foods that have great staying power – like fruit and peanut butter, granola or veggies and greek yogurt. So it’s rare for me to gobble up a bunch of pre-packaged snacks that you would find in the chip aisle, unless I’m at a party, then a small amount makes […]

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FLOR Carpet Design Squares

January 17, 2014

It’s January and that usually means organize and sort what you’ve got. So while you’re checking out all the stuff you’ve collected over the past year, take a peek at your floor situation. Has that rug or carpet been there so long you can’t remember when you got it? Does cleaning it, no longer make […]

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Anne Celine Jet Setter Eco Tote

January 13, 2014

Being eco-friendly never looked so fashionable. Anne Celine offers totes and shopping bags made from recycled plastic bottles. These gorgeous designs come in two different sizes (small & large) and 12 different patterns. All bags are made from REPREVE® polyester, which are recycled fibers that are “first quality” which makes them look good, feeling soft […]

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