Meet the Meat

First on our scope of what groceries you should start buying organic…and which ones you can save money on and buy the “normal stuff,” let’s take a look at meat…(I know, any vegetarian or vegan readers are gonna cringe when I finish this post) But at least buying organic meat will be better for theContinue reading “Meet the Meat”

8 Reasons Even Southern Women Who Like to Fish and Hunt Should Consider Switching to Organic Cosmetics

To a Southern woman, taking away our “beauty products” is similar to taking away firearms to a Southern man. We realize that “Even an old barn looks better with a fresh coat of paint. We consider putting on a full face of makeup is actually part of putting on the “full armor of God…after all,Continue reading “8 Reasons Even Southern Women Who Like to Fish and Hunt Should Consider Switching to Organic Cosmetics”

Macro Facts About Microfiber

Another choice that would be more “correct” in what has become our global effort at saving our environment, creating “greener” homes, and doing our role as a responsible member of current society than using ordinary Brawny would be microfiber cloths.  Microfiber cloths are more commonly used in Europe than here in the United States becauseContinue reading “Macro Facts About Microfiber”

Oh “Huck,” Where Have You Been

Okay, I just told you to dry your food that you are going to be sauteeing off with a paper towel…and many of you cringed at the thought that I would even dare to have them in my house…aren’t we all “going green” these days? Even though you might be much better off using thisContinue reading “Oh “Huck,” Where Have You Been”

Green Living 101—First Things First

So now that we have totally gutted our kitchen and started slowly adding items to our dream Bed Bath and Beyond idea board, we find ourselves with six things at this stage. These include… Saute pan Wood cutting board Mineral oil to take of wood cutting board plastic cutting board mainly to be used forContinue reading “Green Living 101—First Things First”

Rabbits Wearing Rouge, and Monkeys Wearing Mascara

   According to Cruelty Free International, an average over 115 million animals are being used for medical research and product development each year worldwide. These animals are often confined to small cages, live in inhumane conditions, are subjected to tests that are beyond cruel, are tortured, maimed, blinded, and even killed, Animals commonly used inContinue reading “Rabbits Wearing Rouge, and Monkeys Wearing Mascara”