A Beginner’s Guide to the Art of Organic DIY Composting
With “green” gardening becoming more and more popular, many gardeners are turning toward making their own organic compost for a number of reasons, from low cost (relative to store-bought versions)… [read]
Chemicals and Other Contaminants You Really Shouldn’t Be Drinking
If you’re like most people, you use tap water for cooking, cleaning, bathing, and drinking. Also like a lot of people, you may not have given a thought to what could… [read]
I love good kitchen equipment—non toxic, well designed, long lasting equipment. However, there are some non-toxic kitchen appliances that are difficult or impossible to find.
Take electric waffle makers for instance. You can buy small round ones, rectangular ones, or… [read]
These days, a lot of people are doing everything they can to stay healthy. They are buying organic groceries and hitting the gym five or six times a week. Many are forsaking their cars for bicycles and using their kitchens… [read]
Carpet Cleaning is one of the most toxic things you can do in your home, both for the environment, and your own health. Here are some good alternatives to conventional carpet cleaning.
Steam cleaning your carpet is the number one… [read]
Baking soda is a natural, inexpensive odor eliminator and cleanser with many personal and household uses.
Most of us know to place an open box or dish of baking soda in the fridge and freezer. But as an odor eliminator,… [read]
I hate the high cost of air conditioning. I also hate stuffy houses, the closed windows, and the loss of fresh air. And yet, each year it seems that once those windows are closed and the air conditioner is turned… [read]