After Christmas I surveyed the pantry and spied a bunch of leftover candy canes. I had used some of them to make peppermint bark (check out this amazing recipe) and had a few left. My mother also gives the kids these giant candy canes every Christmas and I don’t have the heart to tell her that they just don’t like them quite that much.
Is olive oil in your make-up bag? It’s been two years since we launched our online store selling eco friendly bags and in that time I’ve worked hard to go green in many areas of my life beyond just reusable bags.
As we head into November, many of us are thinking about Thanksgiving dinner. It is my favorite dinner of the year! I let all my dieting tricks go out the window for the one night, so I can enjoy turkey, stuffing, and all the fixings. But even though I may overeat, I try to make my dinner as eco-friendly as possible.
From our guest blogger Nicole Everyone knows that taking good care of a carpet will ensure a cleaner and healthier home and the longer durability of the carpeting. Carpets could actually be some of the dirtiest places in your home, whether you notice that or not, so make sure you regularly vacuum and spot clean them.
Written by guest blogger, Gwendolyn Tornatore, NatureBridge Every holiday season I pull out my supermom costume and attempt to single handedly power through the decorating, shopping, mom duties, work responsibilities, fruit cake dodging and more!
Coriander comes from the Greek word, “koris,” which means bed bugs, because the little seeds resemble bugs. Its peculiar smell doesn’t help either. And recently, scientific studies have found a correlation between the fat cells in coriander and that of bed bugs. Bear with me as I shriek, EEEEW! Many people have that reaction to this plant, the leaves of which are called cilantro. Any resemblance ought to be a turn off, right? For …
I love getting new clothes. I love finding something that makes me feel either pretty, is super comfortable, or is perfect for a certain occasion.
My family was lucky enough to be invited by our in-laws to join them for a few days of sailing through the North Channel in Canada. My husband used to go on this same trip growing up and has told our kids many stories.
While out for a run today, I was reminded of all the times I tell my kids to turn off their electronics and just appreciate what is around them. Well, it took me over 3 frustrated miles of my run to truly learn that lesson.
I try to live a healthy and eco-friendly lifestyle. I recycle and try to buy eco-friendly cleaning products. I eat healthy foods (most of the time) and exercise regularly.