Category Archives: Going Green

Our favorite Natural Baby Teethers

Some of our favorite baby teethers (with links!) that are natural rubber or wood, as well as a few that we didn’tView full post »

Getting Rid of Electric Appliances in the Kitchen

Thinking about small kitchen appliances. What do you have? What do you love? Could you live without your microwave?View full post »

Cloth Diaper Series #3: A Free or Low-Cost Diaper Stash

Post #3 in our Cloth Diaper Series. Skylean began cloth diapering with items from around her house as she started herView full post »

Cloth Diaper Series Stash #2: $200 budget

Stash #2 in our cloth diapering series. Meet Katelyn, mother of three, who built her cloth diaper stash for less than $View full post »

Cloth Diaper Series: #1 (Mixed styes)

This is the first post in the cloth diaper series that features several cloth diapering families sharing about theirView full post »

UnPaper Towels: Transitioning to Cloth

The other day I was speaking with a friend about the level of “crunchiness” we’ve achieved over theView full post »

Behold: The Mighty Mason Jar

This next tip I’m going to share with you is kind of a no-brainer, but it took us years to start doing.  I didn&#View full post »

Wool Dryer Balls – Why and DIY

Wool dryer balls.  Have you heard of them?  I was pretty intrigued when I first heard about them.  They are used inView full post »

10 easy steps to a more natural, budget-friendly lifestyle.

I really don’t make New Year’s Resolutions.  Do you?  But in spite of that, today I found myselfView full post »

Getting ready for the holidays

I loooove Christmas.  And while I enjoy Thanksgiving, I really struggle with the fact that, to me, it seems more like aView full post »

Why I Use a French Press for Coffee

Are there any coffee lovers here?  I’m sure I’m not the only one with a taste for this stuff.  WellView full post »