Here we review and talk about green and organic products. These can be products made of some organic material, certified organic products, USDA certified organic or even products with the green mindset. As often as we can we will try and make sure you know how organic a product we talk about it.
With the weather getting colder, the leaves falling, and Christmas tree lots filling the city we all know it’s that time of year. Trying to pick out gifts for our loved one can become a bit of a challenge year after year. Below are 5 of my favorite picks from Etsy for eco-friendly holiday gifts. Fall Tree […]
Spring is finally here. This means it’s gardening time! Here are 5 of my favorite picks from Etsy for eco-friendly gardening solutions. Cross Back Linen Apron by BloemFrance $57.50+ This handmade eco-friendly linen is made from flax. Flax is a natural anti-bacterial, dirt repellent linen. Insect Hotel by AJeco $51.85 Insect hotel which has different levels. […]
Green cleaning grows fairly popular nowadays, so a lot of people look upon implementing it into your usual routines each day. There are many chemicals being used in modern cleaning products that happen to pretty unpleasant at the least and dangerous in the worst case scenarios if used excessively. There are alternatives that have been […]
The Hummerbar® is a horizontal hummingbird feeder that is turning the Hummingbird Feeder Industry on its side - literally! This exciting new design has so many great benefits: Feed more hummers at a single time Flower ports are positioned for optimal nectar access Constructed to allow side-by-side feeding Expertly designed to attract more hummers to a […]
With Valentine’s Day just around the why not break out the traditional candy and easter baskets we give and try an eco-friendly twist. I’ve collected the following list of 9 gifts that you could really give for any occasion under $50 each. FOR KIDS Guardian Dryad, 2 Gnomes and heart by Rjabinnik $35 This is an adorable […]
As I’ve been going through this “winter” spring cleaning process I’ve discovered that most of the natural cleaners have no color to them, because most have no unnecessary chemicals. So I must say how strange it was to use a toilet bowl cleaner and not have the normal blue liquid come out… instead it looked just like […]
Seventh Generation’s Automatic Dishwasher Powder (Free & Clear) product was the first change in my “winter” spring cleaning and by far is the best change. The dishwasher detergent I was using before did not fair well in the scoring system on EWG and in fact ranked a F… yikes! Why was I ever using this product […]
Finally our life has become a little bit easier. Environmental Working Group has put together their 2012 Guide to Healthy Cleaning. This guide has changed how we live our day to day life and hope it does the same for you.
Ever get lost when picking out printer paper? Even with an Inkjet Printing Class from art school under my belt I still get perplexed when it comes to picking out everyday printing paper. There’s not a lot of recycled paper options, but if you want an eco-friendly paper that can keep up with the standard ones I’d recommend: Staples 100% Recycled Multipurpose Paper.
Spring is here. The flowers are blooming, the allergies are beginning, and lawns and trees are becoming green. So time to put away the snow boots and get out your favorite rain boots. My favorite rain boots are also made from an eco-friendly, textile rubber is “The Folding Rainboot” by Redfoot. Did I mention these […]