So you have cleaned up your diet and now its time to get you home cleaned up! Time to get rid of every toxic substance in your home. This chemical free journey you are on will take over every area of your life! You now want clean food, clean products, a clean environment! A peaceful soul filled with compassion and justice. When you change..... the world changes around you.
Here are some ideas to get you started cleaning up your home! You get to make your own cleaning products! You know exactly what the ingredients are and you save so much money! Most of all you will love to clean YOUR sweet home! You can make this very cheap cleaner and it works well and the kids will love helping you make it. You will love the fact that no poisons are in your home! Click Here to read this great blog. Keeper of the Home is a blog I really enjoy reading and has 10 Homemade Kitchen Cleaners that you can make so Click Here to read this blog! Here is another one of my favorite friends, the Humbled Homemaker! You will just love making all these chemical free cleaners and you will be so proud of your chemical free home! Click Here!
For all my mothers out there with young children here is a site for you. Click Here because you will find something for everyone at this site from glass baby bottles with an easy-grip silicone sleeve for infants, stainless steel bottles with a sippy top for toddlers, and both glass and stainless steel bottles in a variety of sizes for kids and adults. There's even an insulated stainless bottle with an optional cafe cap, perfect for drinking hot beverages on the go. Studies in lab animals indicate that even small amounts of bisphenol A (BPA) can damage brain and reproductive systems, alter mammary and prostate glands, and lead to heart disease, obesity, and diabetes. Bisphenol A can be found in some plastic and aluminum drinking bottles. This and other chemicals can leach into your beverage, especially when the bottle is heated, for example when left in a car in the summer, or being washed in a dishwasher.
I don't strive to balance motherhood & career life. I integrate it!
My 3 goals for healthcare;
(1) reduce cost
(2) teach health strategies
(3) improve the health care family experience