Cleaning with Clary and Clarity

  Ever since this whole coronavirus thing hit headlines, I have had an insatiable desire to clean and purge every single thing in our house…hoping not to get sick…(We have also spent lots of our time organizing every inch of our house…perhaps I’ll write more about that later) But at the same time, I wantContinue reading “Cleaning with Clary and Clarity”

Cruelty-Free Body and Skin Care Brands…#3

  1.  Nourish Organics Founded…as the very first line of chemical-free, environmentally friendly skincare products…the first beauty company to ever work with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) to create a collection of products that were certified organic under the same strict standards used by the USDA uses to certify food Mission…to create productsContinue reading “Cruelty-Free Body and Skin Care Brands…#3”

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”

Mr. Potato Head and His Friends

When you mention the word potato, most of us automatically think of McDonald’s French fries that have been fried in tons of oil or a great big baked potato stuffed with butter, sour cream, cheese, bacon, the kitchen sink, and so on and so forth. Yeah, I do realize that these are bad for you….But potatoContinue reading “Mr. Potato Head and His Friends”

Twenty-Two Tweaks and Twists

We just covered how to make your own healthy deodorant with healthy natural ingredients… …specifically the baking soda that we actually just bought as we get ready to learn how to deep-fry and make such unhealthy foods as French fries and fried onion rings. But before we continue on our detour off the Raw FoodsContinue reading “Twenty-Two Tweaks and Twists”

As Warm As Toast

One of my original goals when I began this blog was to discover ways to create and enjoy more of a “natural” lifestyle… But after I started this blog, my husband was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes… So my focus changed from creating a more natural lifestyle to helping him learn how to cope withContinue reading “As Warm As Toast”

How to De-Funk Your Kitchen—Eliminate

I have heard so many women advise new brides that If you haven’t started dinner before your husband comes home from work, start cooking some onions…and they will think that you have been cooking for hours. I know that times have changed… But onions haven’t changed… And neither have odors throughout your home…unless you doContinue reading “How to De-Funk Your Kitchen—Eliminate”

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”