All-Natural Hand Sanitizer & Accidental Soapboxing

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(Please hit the jump to recipe button above if you’re only here for the All-Natural Hand Sanitizer!)

At this point, I doubt it will surprise anyone reading that I wasn’t queuing up for hand sanitizer and face masks. While I respect–and am truly sorry–that there are people gravely ill and dying from this coronavirus, I still can’t allow it (or anything else) to force me back into fear. I learned the hard way that panic gets you nowhere but into huge trouble incredibly fast. In fact, is there anything more efficient at obstructing clear thinking and smart action than panic? … Continue reading

All-Natural Air Fresheners ~ A Scent for Every Season

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(If you’d like to head straight for the All-Natural Air Fresheners, please hit the jump to recipe button above!)

Now that I started the ball rolling again on my Eco page, I feel like I should keep that small spark of momentum moving. (At least until another ball gets set into motion, which could be any day now…) But I really do want to share everything with you guys–most especially all of these green recipes and eco-tips that are just rattling around in my head, demanding to be let out. So here I am, back and ready to release another. … Continue reading

Review: Meow Meow Tweet’s Deodorant

Let’s talk sweat.

Maybe you’re one of those lucky people that only sweats during an intense workout. Or maybe you’re like me, and in most life situations–appropriate or not–you sweat a little (a lot). And to save yourself from loads of embarrassment, you’ve got to have a good deodorant (and maybe some armpit pads).

Enter Meow Meow Tweet.

Now, if you’re going to lather your underarms in deodorant once (or twice) a day, it’d better be the best product out there, right? Since conventional deodorants can contain a bunch of unnecessary and harmful ingredients, I needed a deodorant that worked, … Continue reading

Lemongrass All-Purpose Cleaner

I would imagine that there are tons of people out there who would argue that the world we currently live in is a safe one. (I used to be one of them.) The foods, the products, the clothing, the cleaners. Completely safe for the humans, for the animals and for the environment. In fact, why would anyone even suspect otherwise? Don’t we have government agencies created specifically to take care of these kinds of details so that we can focus on the more important tasks, like raising kids and following dreams? I’m thinking that even scooping the litter box ranks … Continue reading