Moving Your Child's School Toward Greener and Safer
Back then, I was part of a very fringe minority of parents concerned about toxics in our everyday environments. Today, the movement is much larger and there are many more opportunities for creating cleaner, greener, safer school environments.
Link Between GMOs, Miscarriage, Infertility, and Birth Defects?
Anastasia takes a look at the new genetically modified organisms (GMOs,) like corn, that surround you without your permission or knowledge--is there a link to reproductive complications?
Memo from the Elves: Reusing & Repurposing is even better than Recycling!
With many presents still to wrap, I gave myself a challenge: let’s see if I can wrap the remaining presents in 100% REUSED and REPURPOSED materials.
8 Awesome, Easy Eco-Crafts for Kids to Give as Gifts
Whether you’re a novice or a natural, here are 8 awesome, EASY, eco-friendly crafts you can make with your kids to give as gifts to almost anyone on your list.
Get Your Child’s School or Day Care Center to Clean Green
You've made the switch to safer cleaners at home, but what about when your child is off at daycare or school?
6 Steps to Reduce Exposure to Synthetic Hormones in Food
Hormones are responsible for much more than just acne in teenagers and mood swings in pregnant women.
Why the Beauty Industry Needs a Makeover: The Story of Cosmetics
True or False: The government prohibits dangerous chemicals in personal care products, and companies wouldn’t risk using them. False.
9 Better Baby Lotions and Potions You Can Make in Minutes
What you put on your skin can end up in your body, so you should choose personal care products with the same attention you give to choosing healthy foods. Better yet – make your own products by using ingredients that are safe enough to eat!
Price of Organic Got You Down? Grow Your Own
I can’t count how many times I’ve heard people say, “I’d love to buy organic food, but I just can’t afford it.” I get it. We can’t afford an all organic diet at my house either. But, eating organic doesn’t have to mean buying organic. You can grow your own.