Seeking Warmth during This Winter

roast chicken

I’m not a big fan of a bitterly cold winter. That’s why keeping warm and cosy is my top priority this winter. Of course, switching  the heater 24/7 one is not the best solution as it will make the electricity bill soar. Even if I were to pack my bags and go somewhere tropical, this… 

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Preserving and Storing the Organic Way

by Adrian Michaels Since buying or growing organic produce tends to be a seasonal affair, you will want to be able to preserve your fruits and vegetables to use later in the year. There are several great food preservation methods that you can use to keep food for many months, all still retaining the organic… 

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Every Soon-to-Be Mom Must Know…

Mothers pass toxic chemicals to their babies through their umbilical cords, according to a groundbreaking study.The recent study commissioned by Washington-based Environmental Working Group found an average 200 industrial chemicals and pollutants (body load) in umbilical cord blood from 10 babies born in U.S. hospitals.

Clean up your Cleaning Act!

Companies are allowed to make you believe their product is really full of that nice fresh picture of fruit on the front label, and we want to believe that! However, the truth is, of course, that they just used chemicals instead to make that smell. There are no real strawberries or lemons in your window spray or lip gloss.