I Care About Green Living

We all share this one great Earth home and your choices do matter. (Even the little choices.)  Check out what you can do to help the environment, which will help you too.

Love Your Earth Home

Here’s a great collection of books that contain many ideas for making every day Earth Day.

Check out my do-able list of 18 things you can do this week to help the environment. Bonus: Most of these ideas will also save you money.  Being green will save you green. I call that a WIN-WIN situation!

If you love your morning cup of coffee like I do, you may be interested in helping the environment and your health with 6 ways to “green” your coffee.

Who else wants to work less and play more? Check out how living with less stuff is good.

Say bye-bye to bottled water with these safe yet eco-friendly drinking water solutions.

Clothes Line Drying Options

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Green Cleaning Tips

For starters, learn the “why” and the “how” about green cleaning in what you need to know for a safer home and environment.

Ready to tackle the house? Learn about non-toxic detergents and energy-saving tips for the laundry room, including our experience with soap nuts (they are great).

You’ll love these homemade, inexpensive, non-toxic, and simple recipes for cleaning every area of your kitchen, even that oven!

You will be introduced to my natural cleaning friend, liquid castile soap.

Using many of the same ingredients as for the kitchen, you’ll also be able to clean your bathrooms without harsh chemicals (don’t get too excited).

Natural Body Care

You may be surprised to learn about the many toxic ingredients in hand soap and sanitizer. Thankfully I share some safer options for your family.

Another change you can make for the better is to switch to safer, natural, non-toxic shampoo for adults and children.

Learn eight personal care myths and facts when you read about skin moisturizer ingredients to avoid. Don’t worry, I also share some great natural lotion options.

What do lye, engine degreaser, and anti-freeze have in common? They are just some of the ingredients used in conventional toothpaste. Learn about all the ingredients to avoid in toothpaste and mouthwash, as well as natural options.

You can save money and reduce chemical exposure with two easy make-up tips.

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