The cloth diaper community has seen some interesting advice coming out that had several parents concerned about misinformation. Cloth Diaper Addicts addresses the use of CLR on diapers and why it is a bad idea.
In today’s world it is easy to let plastic take over your life. The Homesteading Hippy offers us six simple steps for reducing plastic trash.
Speaking of reducing waste, The Homesteading Hippy also helps us with ways to save money by buying used clothing. There are several resources for finding quality pre-owned items.
Kids and pet grime getting you down? Get to your Spring cleaning and try a homemade disinfectant spray using vinegar and essential oils.
Did you know you can replace some herbs and spices with essential oils? The trick is to use them sparingly. Measuring Flower shows us some tips to using essential oils in the kitchen.
Citrus does more than just provide delicious treats and crisp aromas. The acids and enzymes can actually act as great cleaning and freshening agents. Nature Moms has some cool info on Using Citrus Fruits to Clean Your House.
If you’re not in a DIY mood, but want some natural skin care options, check out the recent review of Moody Sisters skin care at Just Add Cloth. (There is also a giveaway!)
If you are getting into herbs, how important are herbal simples? A simple is when you use one herb at a time. Natural Living Mama helps us understand how to get started with herbal simples and why it is a good idea.
Do you use elderberries for various home remedies? Elderberry syrup is popular during cold and flu season, but can get spendy. After using your elderberries for syrup, reuse them for a mild tea! The Pistachio Project shares her experience making elderberry tea with used berries.
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