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I decided to finally write a post that I have been wanting to write about the toxic things in our homes. Two women who I met at different occasions and started talking to influenced this post and me! I have learned a lot from them. One is a scientist and one is a breast cancer survivor. I asked them what the most toxic things are in our homes were and what the number one thing was they would change! I shared it all in this blog post.
woven baskets in pantry In Casey’s kitchen, they took the form of deep, woven bins, which house everything from bulky appliance parts to baking supplies. “Matching custom labels clipped onto them makes it easy to find what you need and maintain order,” Gill explains.
I am all about balance. I want to live a toxic free life, but I also want to be practical about it. This means, the product needs to work, be readily available, and affordable. Below are 10 easy and affordable swaps I have made for toxic free living.
Looking for a way to start living naturally without feeling overwhelmed by all the changes you need to make? Here is a great month by month natural living guide. Each month focuses on one area of natural living and walks you through the whys and hows of that natural living topic!