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How to Create a Non-Toxic Nursery

Planning a nursery was one of the most fun parts of being pregnant for me. Browsing the endless stream of nursery decor pins on Pinterest, I clearly am not the only one who enjoys creating an adorable space for my lil’ babe. While I admittedly spent way too much time debating over accent shelves, I […]…

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Swap it Sunday: Non-Toxic Bath Bombs

Bath bombs are all the rage lately. I see them being sold in stores everywhere…Target, Sephora, and Bed Bath & Beyond to name a few. They make great gifts and I get the appeal of them as they are quite cute. Toss a cupcake into a bathtub and see it melt into hot water and […]…

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Swap it Sunday – Bug Repellent

Summertime means camping, vacations and spending more time outside. With that comes the threat of mosquitos and bugs all up in your business. Many of the popular conventional bug repellents that contain DEET. DEET is a chemical that smells unpleasant to mosquitos so mosquitos avoid it. It works very well. DEET also melts plastic. Let’s […]…

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Swap it Sunday: Cookware

As if it wasn’t confusing enough knowing what is actually healthy to eat, here’s a whammy for you. Did you know the cookware you are using is leaching toxic chemicals into your food and therefore into you? *Sigh*. While there are plenty of types of pots and pans you want to avoid, there is a […]…

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It’s Time to Dump your Perfume

One of the more recent changes I made in my commitment to using non-toxic beauty products was swapping out my perfume. I feel guilty for how long it took me to finally make the switch. Did I know that perfumes were full of harmful ingredients? Yep. Then why did it take me so long? I […]…

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Why it’s time to ditch plastic

Plastic.Is.Everywhere. We are so used to seeing it and using it daily, we don’t realize how often we come into contact with it. Plastic is found in food containers, toys, coffee cups, water bottles, furniture, Tupperware, and cutlery to name a few.. The truth of the matter is, plastic is bad for us and it’s […]…

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What’s In Your Candles?

Do you know what your candles are made of? The candles that are all over your house are probably toxic. “Alright Tessa, you’ve already told me my skincare, makeup, and cleaning products are bad for me, must you ruin all my fun?” Yes dear reader I must, but it’s only because I love you. Once […]…

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