Dyeing Eggs Naturally with Red Cabbage

Eco Easter | Dyeing Eggs Naturally with Red Cabbage

If you’re turned off by the chemicals in store-bought Easter egg dye, try natural options. Your kitchen is full of natural dyes. Common food items such as red cabbage, beetroot, onion skins, tumeric, coffee and blueberries can be used to transform plain white eggs into colorful Easter gems. Kids will especially love discovering all the…

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how and why to switch to green beauty

Green Beauty Guide | Why to Switch and How?

Years ago, I used to be addicted to beauty and personal care products. I was literally obsessed with buying and trying every beauty product available on the market, never thinking for a split second about what was actually IN them.  Nice packaging? Great commercial? They were probably good enough. I was hooked by the promising claims of the…

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Spring Fun! Make a Dandelion Crown

Spring Fun! Make a Dandelion Crown

How I love spring, and it’s symbol – dandelions! I remember I liked them as a child and enjoyed very much making myself crowns, bracelets and rings out of them. Now when dandelions are in a full bloom, making flower chains or flower crowns is a skill you must remember or learn! Princesses and fairies…

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eco friendly shaving with safety razor

Eco-friendly Shaving with Safety razor

Shaving is one of our daily routines and a disposable razor is a common household item. Can you imagine how many we use and throw away in a lifetime? The EPA estimates 2 billion razors are thrown away each year only in America! Most razors cannot be recycled, and many people only use them once or…

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Make a Switch to a Reusable Water Bottle

Very simple step to reduce plastic waste is switching to a reusable bottle. It not only saves an environment but money too! Do you know, that bottled water costs at least a thousand times more than what runs from our taps? Furthermore, bottled water is less regulated than the water that runs from our taps? Why…

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