Grove Collaborative Review – Products For Your Green & Natural Home

By |2019-12-17T14:22:28+00:00December 5, 2019|Green Cleaning, Green Home, Home, Natural Living, Natural Parenting, Savings, sustainability|

This Grove Collaborative Review contains affiliate links which means I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you if you purchase after clicking my link. All opinions are my own. I have a weakness for home products. I will admit that I'm always on a quest to find the best products for my family--products that are easy on the wallet, easy on the earth, and easy on our health. When I discovered Grove Collaborative, naturally I NEEDED to try it. This Grove Collaborative Review will discuss the company and my experiences with them. What Is Grove Collaborative & [...]

How To Go Green In A Tiny House

By |2019-03-06T12:22:31+00:00March 6, 2019|Green Home, Minimalism, sustainability|

Many people are working toward living a simpler, more meaningful, and responsible/eco-friendly lifestyle. For some, this means small changes. For others, the changes are quite drastic. My guest blogger today, Annie from 15 Acre Homestead, has an incredible story to share about her move towards minimalism in a tiny house. Without further ado, here is Annie! How To Go Green In A Tiny House Many people are making lifestyle changes recently to live a greener life. From eliminating plastics to zero-waste homes, the green movement is definitely here to stay! Following right behind the green movement are the tiny [...]

The Best Way To Clean Fruits And Vegetables – Staying Healthy With Increasing E. Coli Concerns

By |2019-03-10T18:57:13+00:00January 26, 2019|Green Cleaning, Green Home, Home, Natural Parenting|

We are seeing more and more in the news about rising E.Coli outbreaks, especially among romaine lettuce. Eating leafy greens is important for our health, but many people are becoming wary because sometimes it feels the risk isn't worth it. Combine the outbreaks with news of the FDA doing limited food inspections during the government shut down (which has thankfully been resolved for now), and people have the right to be concerned. Is it best to avoid eating raw vegetables, especially leafy greens like romaine? Or can we do something to protect ourselves from potentially deadly pathogens on our [...]

Environmentally Friendly Trash Bags – The Search is On!

By |2019-02-17T14:10:21+00:00October 17, 2018|Green Cleaning, Green Home|

This post may contain affiliate links, which means that I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you if you make a purchase after clicking a link. At Rocking the Cloth, I want to share my desire with you to not only diaper our kids in a budget-savvy and eco-friendly way, but I also want to document my family's journey on doing our best to create a low-key, wallet-friendly and environmentally friendly home. We are no where near perfect in this process. We are trying to make little changes all the time. In my video about the [...]

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