Kitchen Mold Update
In case you missed my post a couple of weeks ago, I discovered mold in our kitchen.By July 28, we still hadn’t heard from the person handling our claim. Mind you this is 17 days after I discovered the toxic mold, so Gary and I decided to pay a little visit to our insurance agent (they handle a lot of different insurance companies) to see if they could get the ball rolling.
Within a matter of hours, we had Continue Reading…
I Discovered Mold in Our Kitchen
This past Sunday evening I was walking from my office on one side of the house to our bedroom. As I’m passing the kitchen island something black on the baseboard catches my eye. I thought it was a roach … which is bad enough … but upon closer inspection I noticed it was furry. Ewww!
I immediately called out for Gary to come have a look. He took of the kick plate to discover this … we have mold. Double Ewww!Continue Reading…
My New Favorite Non-Toxic All Natural Deodorant
I’ve been on a quest for the past few years to reduce the amount of toxins I put in and on my body. I’m excited to tell you about my favorite non-toxic all natural deodorant.
In the past I’ve tried making my own deodorant with baking soda. I’ve also tried a few commercial brands and I’ve like some of those as well. But this one is something you probably have in your kitchen and it’s easy to use.
Before I tell you what it is let me tell you about how I found out about this little gem. Continue Reading…
Oil pulling is an ancient practice that uses pure oils to pull harmful bacteria, fungus, and other organism out of your teeth, gums and throat. This natural remedy not only improves oral health, but it’s also used to prevent and reduce a number of different health concerns.
When swished around the mouth and in between the teeth, the antibacterial properties of the oils absorb toxins from the saliva, reduce the number of germs in the mouth, and help prevent bacteria from sticking to the walls of the oral cavity. Continue Reading
Are You Getting Enough Vitamin F?
Why do I have a variety of friends who are all so different in character? How is it possible that I can get along with them all?
I think that each one helps to bring out a “different” part of me. With one of them I am polite. With another I joke. With another I can be a bit naughty ..
I can sit down and talk about serious matters with one. With another I laugh a lot. I listen to one friend’s problems. Then I listen to another one’s advice for me. Continue Reading