Organic insect spray to fight my Japanese beetle problem

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of SaferBrand. All opinions are 100% mine. We seem to have had a never ending battle with outdoor pests since moving here 3 years ago. If it isn’t the wasps or Asian lady beetles (not the same as the cute red ladybugs!), it’s the Japanese […]

Green Eyes: How To Be Green With Your Glasses – Guest Post By Kelly Gannon

Did you know that almost all eyeglasses are made in China and shipped tens of thousands of miles to the US before being bought by consumers here? In addition to the environmental hazards that come from the carbon footprint of overseas shipping, most glasses made in China are also made of plastic and sent to […]

Marcal Small Steps Review – 100% recycled paper products

Happy Earth Day! More and more we are trying to make small changes in our lives that are better for our environment. Each little thing we can do as  individuals can have a large impact as the group grows. I was simply shocked when I learned that our own family of four could potentially save […]

EcoStore USA Plant Based Dishwash Liquid review

In celebration of Earth Day, April 22nd, I’ll be sharing some eco-friendly tips and products with you this month.  EcoStore USA is a company that is committed to eliminating the hazardous toxins and chemicals that are in common household products. By using natural, plant and mineral based ingredients from sustainable resources they offer safer alternatives […]

EcoStore USA Hypoallergenic Pet Shampoo review

You already know I hate it when we have to use any kind of chemicals in our home, I try to search out products that aren’t harsh to our environment. That’s why EcoStore’s slogan caught my eye; “No Nasty Chemicals”. I like that! I like that a lot! I also like that ecostore USA is […]

EcoSMART organic pesticide is a safer solution

There is one thing about this cold winter weather that I can tell you I love for sure. There are NO bees! Every spring my hubby ends up in an epic bee battle that lasts through most of the summer and into early autumn. The bees, you see, love to make nests in the eaves, […]