14 December 2012

5 Body Care Ingredients To Avoid

Your skin is the largest organ in your body and absorbs most of what you put on it. Bath and body care products are not regulated and can contain toxic ingredients. Here are some you should avoid:

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  1. Artificial Fragrances- Usually just labeled as "fragrances." Companies are not required to list the ingredients that make up these fragrances. They can be comprised of over thousands of different chemicals. Most fragrances contain phthalates, which are known hormone disruptors.
  2. Sulfates- Including Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS) and Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES). They are foaming agents commonly found in body wash, shampoo and bubble bath. They are harsh detergents that strip the natural oils in your skin and hair.
  3. Propylene Glycol- This is often used in deodorants, mascara, aftershave and more. It will increase the absorption of the other chemicals into your skin, which is not so good when a product is full of yucky ingredients. It is also a skin irritant.
  4. Parabens- This is a preservative often found in lotion, sunscreen, toothpaste and more. They can mimic estrogen, which is known to play a role in the development of breast cancer.
  5. Petroleum based products- These include mineral oil, paraffin, and petrolatum. Not only are they unnatural but they are toxic and interfere with hormones. They also coat the skin which doesn't allow it to breathe (examples: petroleum jelly and baby oil).
Stick with Organic skin care made with natural body oils and butters like; almond oil, coconut oil, jojoba oil and more. Make sure any scent is based on essential oils. These will not only smell wonderful...they will be therapeutic as well!

Brought to you by: Enviro Products World

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21 November 2012

Why You Should Be Shopping At a Farmers Market

Mass produced food just isn't the same as the local produce and goods from a farmers market. Get to know the farmer and how to food is grown. There are so many reason to shop at a farmers market! Here are the top 4 reason:

Quality & Nutrition- Produce loses nutrients when it sits in storage for too long. Sometimes more preserving methods are required to keep it fresh. For example; peaches and apples will be coated with petroleum based wax and tomatoes will be picked before they are ripe. You will find better quality and fresher food from a local farmer.

Flavor- This goes hand in had with nutrition and quality. More nutrient dense food will taste better.

Environmental- The food doesn't have to travel as far to get on your plate. Better for you and better for the economy!  It's great to support your small local farms.

Save Money- Most of the time you can save money on good quality food and find great deals that you wouldn't at a grocery store.

Don't have a local farmers market?

Just in time for Small Business Saturday is a new place for small businesses to thrive. At GrowFoo you can buy and sell organic food products and organic goods like; organic produce, bath & body products, spices and home items, while supporting small farms. Sign up to sell organic products, chat on the forum and shop!

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How Do You Get Breast Cancer?

Over the course of a lifetime, 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer! So, it is important to know the risks and stay up to date on the treatments. Some of the risk factors you cannot change are, age & gender, family history, genes and menstrual cycle.

I will elaborate more:

Age & Gender: Woman over the age of 50 are more likely to get advanced breast cancer. Woman are 100 times more likely to get it than men.

Family History: Roughly 20-30% of woman with breast cancer have a family history of breast, ovarian or colon cancer.

Genes: Some gene defects make it more likely for you to develop breast cancer. Two of the most common gene defects are found in BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes. Normally these genes produce proteins that protect your from cancer, so you can see why a defect can cause problems. One of these defects gives a woman up to an 80% chance of developing breast cancer within their lifetime.

Menstrual cycle: Getting your period before the age of 12 or going through menopause late can increase your risk for breast cancer.

There are other risk factors like radiation, alcohol use, taking DES (to prevent miscarriage), obesity and hormone replacement therapy. Also, if you have never had a child or only had one after the age of 30, you have an increased risk. Having children at an early age is healthier and safer.

What are the treatments?

Depending on the diagnosis and stage of the cancer, there is chemotherapy, radiation therapy and/or surgery.

At cureLauncher, Dr. Lee Roy Morgan is working on a new drug to treat breast cancer even if it has spread elsewhere. It is a new chemotherapy drug called, DM-CHOC-PEN, that is showing encouraging results! They are looking for financial help to fund their next clinical trial. Find out more at www.cureLauncher.com.

19 November 2012

Charge Your Car With The SUN!

There are many reasons to make your next car an electric one. Not only that but by powering as many of the miles you drive with electricity generated by renewable energy...THE SUN...you can eliminate pollution! Finding ways to make use of this abundant renewable resource is so important! This option is more sustainable than any other one out there.

Nearly every penny you pay for gasoline goes into the pockets of oil companies like Texaco, Shell, Mobil, ARCO, Chevron, Exxon, etc... They'll do anything they can to ensure we continue our addiction to oil until it we use up every drop. Do you really want to be lining their pockets? They show no interest in finding an alternative fuel or something more renewable even though the end of oil is inevitable.

Solar Energy Panels

There EV evolution is evolving. There are 2,000 public stations available in the state of California. There are common misconceptions that an electric car will cost more money but you can save nearly $13,00 on fuel costs. It may cost more initially but you will get your money back in about 5-7 years and from then on it's savings. You may also think it isn't dependable, but our dependence on fossil fuels is where we went wrong. The sun will be always be shining!

07 November 2012

Are You Looking to Install a Well?

Having your water from a well will give you a fresh source of clean water free from contamination that may occur with city water. It will give you freedom and may lower your water bill.
One of the most important components of a well is the well pump. Well pumps are designed to force water from the ground into a holding tank. This storage tank contains an air bladder that regulates the air pressure. An increase in air pressure forces the water to move through the pipes in your home.

These are Grundfo S deep well pumps
There are three types of well pumps. They vary on their distance to move water and the ability to be submersed in the water underground.

  • Shallow well pumps- These are non-submersible and are designed to move water no greater than 25 feet. They are used when the water supply is close to the ground’s surface. They are to be installed above ground which can be within the home or a well house.
  • Deep well pumps- These are fully submersible and are designed to move water up to 80-90 (500 in some models) feet.
  • Convertible pumps- Can be converted to a shallow or deep well pump but it’s not submersible. It can move water from 25-80 feet. This still needs to be installed above ground and requires a long tail-pipe to be installed.

In most cases you may have to go a little bit deeper than 25 feet to reach water. Surprisingly, you can still do it with convertible jet pumps. Convertible well jet pumps use an extra pipe to force water through the main line. The pressure pulls the water up in a situation where a simple shallow pump, using vacuum suction, could not. Jet pumps can also be used for more than just wells. They are used often in the agricultural industry to provide fresh drinking water to animals. They can also be coupled together and used in irrigation.
This is a FloForce shallow well jet pump.

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30 October 2012

Toxic Chemicals in Carpet Cleaning Products

Carpets get dirty fast, especially with kids and pets. But did you know that the air in your home may be more toxic than the air outside? One of the first steps to eliminating those toxins are to replace your cleaning products. You don't need harsh chemicals and fragrances to have a beautiful rug.

Here are some green rug cleaning tips:

  • Spot clean by sprinkling baking soda on the stain and spraying or pouring white vinegar on it. Let it bubble up and scrub it until it is gone. This doesn't leave a residue and is great for furniture too! Plus it is cheap.
  • Do you have an oil or greasy spot on the rug? Just coat with baking soda and vacuum it up.
  • Use vinegar and essential oil in a carpet cleaner instead of commercial chemicals.
  • For gum on the carpet, freeze with ice cubes and break off.
  • Use peroxide for smelly stains (ex. cat urine). Make sure to test in an inconspicuous area first to be sure it doesn't lighten the fibers.
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Periodically, a carpet is going to need a nice deep clean. This will help increase the life of your carpet as well as minimize dust and allergens. You will want to find a company that does green rug cleaning like Green Choice Carpet. Usually they stick with biodegradable, plant based cleaners that are non-toxic and eco-friendly.

Keep the air in your home fresh, NATURALLY! :)

Brought to you by: Green Choice (NYC)

What To Do if You Are Locked Out of Your Vehicle

It has happened to the best of us. Getting locked out of your car can be quite inconvenient. I have done it while my car was running. Thankfully, I was in a small town full of neighborly people and I was able to get a ride home. Now that I have children I want to be sure that I am prepared if this is to happen again, especially in the winter! It helps to keep a spare key on you and to have your cell phone in your pocket instead of a bag or purse, where it could get left in the car.
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What to do if you get locked out:
  • Whip out that trusty cell phone!
  • See if someone has a "jimmy." It is a device that you slide between the window and the door. It can save you a lot of money.
  • Call your insurance company. Our plan covers service calls and tows. Definitely a must!
  • Call your local police station. Many times they will have the tools to help out. It's worth a shot if you don't have coverage through your insurance.
  • Call a locksmith, like Quick LockWorks, Calgary locksmith. They will be able to unlock your vehicle quickly and professionally, for a fee.
  • No reception? You may need to break a window especially if you have kids in the car.

Be sure your registration and license are up to date. The last thing you need is a locked car and a ticket.

Brought to you by Quick LockWorks 104-3223 83 St. NW - Calgary - Alberta - T3B 5N1 - Canada - (403) 202-7656

27 October 2012

Tips For Growing a Bountiful Garden

Vegetable Garden
Growing a garden can be a time consuming and challenging project. With so many different gardening techniques and supposed tricks to growing a bountiful crop, it doesn't always work out quite like you want it to. By following the six tips below, you can better your chance of success and can count on a hearty garden before you know it!

Make compost and use it

Composting isn't a super popular approach, but can be extremely beneficial when trying to grow a garden. Composting creates an excellent soil amendment and allows you to help save the environment with less waste at the landfill. Composting might not be as difficult as you think. You can go big with kitchen, yard and garden debris or you could even do something as simple as piling shredded leaves in a corner of your garden.
Whichever compost you end up making, spread it around your plants to help ward off disease or add a small amount to a potting mix to add a slow-release of micronutrients. There are so many ways you can use compost to improve your crop growth and restore nutrients and life to soil. The best part about compost is that it's impossible to use too much of it, so you never have to worry about messing up.

22 October 2012

Why Use Solar Energy?

The sun is a massive ball of energy and it only makes sense to utilize it. There are many reasons to use solar energy especially if you are a homeowner.

  • Once you get past the initial cost of getting your system set up, it is nearly free! 
  • It is better for the environment than power plants. Solar power is clean. You can have a warm home in the winter and a cool one in the summer with almost no impact on the global climate.
  • It can reduce your utility bills. With the cost of electricity going up who wouldn’t want to save some money? Over 50% of your electricity is going towards heating and cooling.
  • It can increase the value of your home since solar power lowers your heating and cooling cost!
  • Some states provide tax credits. You may even get incentives from your utility company.
  • You will be self-sufficient. No more losing power during a bad storm. Remember the sun is one of the most dependable things in our lives. You can rely on it for years to come.

Have solar electric panels installed today. With Baker Electric’s monthly payment plan there won't be any initial cost. You can actually start saving money right away. I love these examples here. You can pay off the cost of the solar panels in replacement of your monthly bill. Then once you're done, your energy is almost free.

Brought to you by: Baker Electric Solar 1298 Pacific Oaks Place, Escondido, CA 92029

It's Never Too Early To Write Your Will

Creating a will is one of the most important things you can do for your loved ones. The thought of death can give us the creeps but in reality we all know it will happen when it happens. If it should happen earlier than we hope, it is good to have a plan in place. This is especially important if you have children.

What if I die without a will? 

A study found that 20% of Americans think the courts automatically hand over what you have to your spouse/children when you die. If you were to die without a will, you will become what is called an intestate.  The state will decide who gets what. That means a judge, a complete stranger to your family, will make all the decisions. Things may not be divided the way you want them. Someone could contest and fight those decisions and there will be fees. The laws vary from state to state.

Is it expensive?

No, it is actually a very common misconception that a will is expensive. You can put together a will fairly easily as cheap as $50.

Ensure that your estate is distributed the way you see fit and avoid costly fees to your loved ones by writing a valid Texas last will and testament today.

Brought to you by: My Texas Wills 4634 Sterling Wood Way, Houston, Texas 77059

01 October 2012

Natural Ways to Relieve General Anxiety and Stress

Sometimes life becomes too much and causes us to become anxious and stressed out. This can be really hard on the body, so it is important to take time for yourself to relax. There are many great alternatives to medication. Some of my favorite methods of relaxation are listening to calming music and doing yoga.

Time to get away from all electronic devices and daily stressors, so you can improve your mood and overall sense of well-being.

Eliminating Toxins From Your Home- Insulation

When I first started going green I read an article that stated "The Air In Your Home May Be More Toxic Than the Air Outside." It really got me thinking. I started replacing all of our cleaners and stopped using toxic air fresheners. Soon I discovered that those aren't the only offenders. Your home may contain urea formaldehyde, radon gas, asbestos, mold, and other harmful gases, bacteria and dust. The paint, rugs, flooring and insulation could be the cause of some of them.

With winter coming fast, a great way to green your home is to have it properly insulated. Take it one more step and choose an eco friendly, non toxic insulation!

22 September 2012

What are the Benefits of Kratom?

Living a healthy lifestyle is not as easy as one would think because you have to constantly be thinking which foods are healthier than others and what you can do to get in shape. Everyone wants to live as long as possible while being as healthy and fit as possible. Stress can cause people to have anxiety, fatigue, reduced energy levels and many other factors that affect the way you feel. When people decide they want to live a healthier, greener way of life, they’ll often search for herbal supplements to promote their bodies’ bodily functions. One way to promote a healthy way of life is to take Kratom, an herbal supplement that has been around for many centuries. Now you are wondering what this miracle supplement can do for your body. Here are several benefits of what this ancient herbal supplement can do for you:

Fall into Green Giveaway Hop (September 22-30) Open to US & CAN

Thank you for joining me for the Fall Into Green Giveaway Hop, hosted by Happy Mothering and Happy Green Mama through the Green Moms Network. Each participating blog is hosting a green or eco-friendly giveaway worth at least $25. You can find the list of participating blogs at the bottom of my post.

18 September 2012

Doll Baby Couture Organic Fitted Diaper Review {Sponsor Spotlight}

This wonderfully soft, handmade fitted diaper is called the MighT NighT. It has several snap in layers of organic cotton and bamboo so your little one will stay dry all night. Read on to find out how you can win your own!
MighT NighT by Doll Baby Couture

Text Message Baby Organic Onesie Review {Sponsor Spotlight}

Organic cotton is the best material to have against your baby's delicate skin. Not only is a more natural breathable option but the production of organic cotton is better for the environment and the workers. With Text Message Baby you can have unique fashionable clothes that are eco friendly too!
Read on to find out how you can WIN YOUR OWN!

13 September 2012

Organic Crib Mattress Review {The Natural Bed Store}

Providing your baby with a safe sleep surface is by far one of the best things you can do for them. There are so many toxic chemicals in mattresses including petroleum derived foams and flame retardants. That is why you don't want to go cheap on a crib mattress! Read more about the toxic chemicals in crib mattresses.
TheNaturalBedStore.com has some wonderful non-toxic crib mattresses. They use material like organic cotton, organic wool and natural latex. They offer two different crib mattresses. We have been testing out their Acorn Innerspring Organic Crib Mattress for the past several months. I must say Vallon (now 9 months) has the best mattress in the house!

12 September 2012

Looking For A Last Minute Birthday Gift? {Sponsored By George's Flowers}

Why not send some birthday flowers? I love getting flowers as a gift. When I get them I place them in a vase and take lots of pictures to keep the memory of them after they are gone. I am pretty easy to impress. I love cliché red roses! 

For a birthday present you could give this cute arrangement of flowers that actually looks like a birthday cake!

Organic Eco Baby's Grand Re-Opening Cloth Diaper Giveaway! (September 10-24) US only

Organic Eco Baby is having a Grand Re-Opening! Come browse the new store and check out all the great features. It is easier to navigate, search and choose the product you want. Make sure to keep your eye out for the autumn leaves scattered throughout the store. If you come across one, put your mouse over it to reveal the secret coupon code! Shop Organic Eco Baby!

Plus you can enter to win a FuzziBunz cloth diaper!

Enter by using the Rafflecopter form below. The giveaway will run from September 10-24, 2012. It is open to the US only. Good Luck!

03 September 2012

The Dangers of Lead Paint {Our Story}

Lead dust may be lingering in your home or apartment if it was built before 1978. Lead is highly toxic, especially to pregnant woman and children. It only takes a pinch of lead dust to cause problems.

The reason I am discussing this is because we just recently discovered lead paint in a few of the window sills of our apartment, including the two windows in our children’s room. The home we live in was built in the 1940’s. Red flags right there! Sadly we didn’t know much about this topic until recently. We noticed the windows were chipping badly. When we looked into it some more, we found we could get an at home lead test kit. I want to thank Tamara Rubin, the director and producer of MISLEAD: America's Secret Epidemic, a documentary about lead poisoning. She was kind enough to send us a reliable testing kit. When the results came back positive we called the health department and it took us on quite a journey…

01 September 2012

31 August 2012

Save Money and Energy By Insulating Your Home {Green Tech Insulation}

Did you know that over half of your energy costs could be going towards heating and/or cooling your home? Homes without proper insulation will be harder to keep warm in the winter and cool in the summer. It is great to know that there are some eco friendly options to insulating your home. If you live in Ottawa, you are in luck! Green Tech Insulation have a great selection of spray foams to suit your needs. Plus they are all eco friendly and applied by certified contractors. They are sure to be efficient and effective. They know how to handle older dwellings and are knowledgeable in asbestos if it needs removal.

20 August 2012

Kids Knight Halloween Costume Review {WholesaleHalloweenCostumes.com}

Halloween is one of my absolute favorite holidays. I was so excited when Chase was born October 30th, the day before Halloween. He's my little pumpkin! We'll he isn't so little anymore. He is turning four this year. I hope he enjoys dressing up and the fun of Halloween like I did.
Last year I made Chase his costume. Now with Vallon being mobile it is hard to get any sewing done, let alone find the time. So, we got this awesome costume from Wholesale Halloween Costumes.com. They have a fun selection of knight costumes.

17 August 2012

Back To School Spree Giveaway Hop (August 17-31) #b2sspree

Welcome to the Back To School Spree Giveaway Hop hosted by Formula Mom and 7 on a Shoestring. It's that time already! I know we are all stocking up on supplies but wouldn't it be great to win some? There are over 100 blogs participating in this event and each of them has a back to school related prize valued at $25 or more. 
Enter my giveaway and then hop on over to the other blogs in the linky below for more chances to win.

14 August 2012

Spend The Day Outside With A Picnic {Picnic World}

Believe it or not summer is nearing an end. What better way to spend time outside then with a picnic...even if it's just in the backyard. Getting some fresh air and sunshine will do the whole family some good. When I take Chase and Vallon out back or to the park we love to bring snacks. I pack up our reusable containers with fresh fruit, veggies and nuts.
At Picnic World you are sure to find the perfect picnic basket for your day out. I love the wicker picnic baskets with reusable napkins, silverware and plates. They are a great way to reduce waste and it makes it easy to be sure you have everything you need.

13 August 2012

Gifts By Annie Handmade Toddler Backpack Review {Sponsor Spotlight}

It can be hard to find a backpack that is small enough for a toddler but is still large enough to fit books for school. Plus, a lot of backpacks on the market are made with toxic material like PVC. That is why I am happy to tell you about some amazing handmade backpacks from Gifts By Annie.

Betty Ann Scherrer has a wonderful little shop full of handmade goodies. She has been sewing from a very young age making doll quilts out of scraps of fabric. After working at a school she noticed all the little preschoolers were lugging around full sized backpack. She knew with her skills she could make something for them that was lighter, brighter and more age related. With the help from her friend Margi Elgin, who does the accounting, she started making and selling backpacks and other times at their local craft and gift shop in Grants Pass, Oregon called Savannah  Faire. Now she has been making backpacks of various sizes and styles for about six years. Ann is passionate about bringing joy to peoples lives. She works from home, so when she gets out she loves to spend time traveling the coast with her husband and standard poodle, Amigo. 

We have been testing out this awesome Superman backpack over the past month.
Notice how the straps have elastic and don't adjust. This makes it easier your little ones to use the bag by themselves.

Meegs Is Turning 30! A New Decade Giveaway! (US & CAN August 13-20, 2012) #NewDecade30

A New Decade

This week Meegs from A New Day is turning 30! What a great reason to celebrate. In honor of a new decade she is giving away some of here favorite things. 

There will be 4 winners!

12 August 2012

Crockpot Steel Cut Oatmeal Recipe {Guest Post By Crunchy Farm Baby}

I'm really excited to be guest posting for Earth Faerie Momma today; and to share my family's favorite, super-easy breakfast recipe!  Steel cut oats are a wonderful food to start out your day!  Considered a "power food," these are an excellent source of protein, fiber, and several vitamins and minerals.  Although rolled oats are also very healthy, steel cuts oats are processed in a different way (cut with sharp, steel blades, cutting them into thin slices to help retain more fiber and protein) making them more beneficial to you than the rolled oats.

My favorite way to cook steel cut oats is the easy way!  In a crockpot!  Before going to bed at night, I take a minute to plop everything in the crockpot, turn it on, and wake up to a delicious pot of tasty oatmeal!

Handmade Chocolate Coconut Body Butter Giveaway (August 10-24, 2012)

Organic Eco Baby has reached 300 Facebook fans. As promised there will be some giveaways. I would like to start by giving away some awesome body butter I made. It is made with only the best organic ingredients. It is so safe that you can eat it! They are glass amber 4 oz. jars. There will be TWO winners!

•Organic & Fair Trade Cocoa Butter
•Organic, Unrefined Coconut Oil
•Organic Almond Oil

To enter the body butter giveaway fill out the Rafflecopter form below. The giveaway is open to the US & CAN and ends August 24th at 11:59pm EST. GOOD LUCK!

11 August 2012

YumEarth Organics Year Supply Of Candy Giveaway (US only August 11-24, 2012)

With Halloween coming up it is hard to not think about candy. Halloween is one of my favorite holidays yet it's probably the most NON-eco friendly one! That is why I am happy to have found a more natural candy. It is even certified organic! Introducing YumEarth!

10 August 2012

Fluffy Questions Friday {Week 4} #FluffyQA

It's Friday already...? 
Are you new to cloth diapering and feeling overwhelmed? Tune in each Friday and I will answer YOUR questions. If you have a question, ask HERE.

09 August 2012

Eco Vessel Stainless Steel Water Bottle Review {Sponsor Spotlight}

A stainless steel water bottle is a great way to ditch plastic and it's naturally BPA free. Not only is it safer but it is better for the environment. Just be careful though. Some stainless steel water bottles contain not so friendly material. That's why I like Eco Vessel. It's liner free and all plastics used are safe. Plus, this one is double walled. That means it stays colder longer and doesn't sweat! 
Eco Vessel is based in Boulder, Colorado. They are dedicated to making safe products. Although the water bottles are manufactured in China, they are made with respect for the workers and the environment. Their manufacturing facilities are visited on a regular basis. The accessories including the tops and straws are made in England.
"Because this is the most common question we get, we would like you to understand the situation. We do not know of any stainless steel bottle that is manufactured in the U.S. or in any other country other than China." -Eco Vessel

03 August 2012

Choose To Reuse Giveaway Hop (US & CAN August 3-17) #choose2reuse

Choose To Reuse

Do you reuse paper towels a few times before throwing them out? Do you save items because you know it would be such a waste to throw them away? Then the Choose To Reuse Giveaway Hop is for you! The prizes are all upcycled/recycled or new products that just aren't being used. This wonderful event is hosted by The Organic TimesHappy Mothering & Earth Faerie Momma. There are over 30 blogs participating and each one of them has a giveaway worth $25 or more. After you enter my giveaway be sure to hop on over to the other wonderful blogs participating!

Green Toys Review {Sponsor Spotlight} #Choose2Reuse

If you are looking for a non-toxic sturdy toy...you are in luck. Green Toys offers wonderful vibrant toys that are not only safe for your child but earth friendly. They are made from recycled milk jugs! How cool is that?!? We own several Green Toys products and are excited to add another one to our collect. Green Toys sent us the Sand Play Set. It comes with a bucket, a shovel, a rake and a little sand castle mold.

01 August 2012

July Winners 2012

Congrats to the winners in July! :)

I Want To Try Eco Nuts!

Soap Nuts Organic Laundry

Eco Nuts sound amazing! I would love to try them. I have heard some great things from other moms and even ABC news takes a closer look. Check out this news clip.

30 July 2012

Get 10% Off Of Eco Friendly School Supplies!

Help fundraise for schools in need while shopping at The Ultimate Green Store.com!

At The Ultimate Green Store you will find everything you need for back to school. Use the code ECOSCHOOL for 10% off!

Stainless steel | BPA Free | ECO lunchbox

Win Drool Pads And An Eco Wet Bag (CLOSED) Just For Baby Giveaway Hop #Just4BabyHop

 Get ready to win some great baby prizes! The Just For Baby Giveaway Hop is hosted by Fabulous Finds and Mama Chocolate. They have done a wonderful job putting this together. Make sure to thank them when you visit their sites. :) The prizes featured in this hop include everything you’ll need for baby. After you enter my giveaway be sure to visit each blog from the linky below for more chances to win some really amazing prizes!

27 July 2012

Upa-Lala Eco Bag Review {Sponsor Spotlight} #Just4BabyHop


This handmade wet bag from Upa-Lala has such a special touch to it and has so many uses! Not only is it great to have for cloth diapers, it can be used for wet swimsuits, towels, gym clothes and toiletries to help contain messes. Find out how to get 10% off of one!

Getting to know Upa-Lala (oopa-lala):
Brittan started her business by making carriers. She wanted to make baby wearing fun and fashionable. She used such wonderful high quality fabric and she didn't want any to go to waste. That is when she started to make beautiful eco bags! Being a cloth diapering mama she knew how convenient it was to have a waterproof bag.
Brittan's family inspires her every day. She loves living in a bilingual home where she is learning Spanish from her husband and passing on the knowledge to her children. Some of Brittan's hobbies include; running.  swimming, hiking, biking and making jewelry.

"My family is my motivation.  Making other people happy is my motivation.  Being happy is another.  I'm passionate about art, love, science, life,..."- Brittan