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Welcome To A Green Routine!

Posted by on May 26, 2012 in Food & Recipes, For Beginners, For Your Home, Green Clean, Lifestyle, Skin & Hair Care | 0 comments

Welcome To A Green Routine!

Although we have always been environmentally conscious we recently started taking a more focused approach to green our lives by making small and large changes to our routines. One of our biggest changes has been starting to make a lot of the chemical-based products we use every day out of natural ingredients. We’ve also been paying more attention to what is in the products we purchase, what can be reused and how we can be more energy efficient.

The results have been amazing! Not only are we using fewer chemicals on our bodies and in our homes, but many of our homemade products work better and are less expensive than their store bought equivalents. Plus, it’s fun and satisfying to make your own products and a lot easier than you would think.

In this blog we’ll share some of our recipes, research and green living tips. We will focus on providing practical advice, which means keeping your costs and time investments reasonable.

We aim to provide good, well-researched information and advice in each post. We are not experts, however, so please use common sense to evaluate whether the ingredients, products or actions we recommend are right for you. This is especially important when using essential oils. Not all oils are right for everyone so you should always check the proper uses and warnings on the product labels.

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Thank you for taking the time to visit our blog! We hope you will share your knowledge and experiences with us and let us know what works or what doesn’t for you.

Kim and Nicole

P.S. The feature photo is an eco-friendly Welcome Coco Coir Doormat made out of 100% all-natural coco fiber.

Kim is an eco enthusiast who tries to make small changes that will add up and make a difference.

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