Tag Archives: Seventh Generation

Vitacost Haul: Everyday Essentials

Vitacost Haul: Everyday Essentials

The bare necessities of life – we all have them. To make a home feel like home, you just gotta have a few essentials on hand at all times.  In our house, the must-haves include eco-friendly napkins and trash bags (with drawstrings!), plus a few nutri ...
4 Days to a (Naturally) Spotless House

4 Days to a (Naturally) Spotless House

Nothing feels as good as walking into a clean house, but between leftover holiday clutter and all the sludgy dirt we tend to track indoors this time of year, the idea of a thorough cleansing might seem beyond daunting. We’re guessing you don ...
Should You Use Cloth Diapers?

Should You Use Cloth Diapers?

Being an eco-conscious parent is easier than ever these days—from non-GMO organic baby food to BPA-free bubble bath, if you want to raise your children in a greener, cleaner environment, the options abound. But then we get to diapers, and that’s wher ...
This Coupon is Squeaky Clean!

This Coupon is Squeaky Clean!

Do you ever glance at the ingredient list of that brightly colored all-purpose cleaner as you spray it on every surface of your home? Yeah, it’s a bit scary. Many conventional cleaning products are powered by sketchy chemicals; in fact, some bo ...
How to Be an Eco-Friendly Mama

How to Be an Eco-Friendly Mama

My oldest son’s birthday is on Earth Day. I can’t say for sure, but I suspect becoming a mom on April 22, 2003, may have made me more respectful of Mother Earth than I might have been otherwise, and I do find myself gravitating towards ec ...
Money-Saving Solutions for Every Resolution

Money-Saving Solutions for Every Resolution

Like many people, you’ve probably resolved to live healthier in 2013. But if your budget is already stretched thin, you may be hesitant to go on a new diet, start taking supplements or switch to eco-friendly products. No worries ““ we hav ...
Curing the Big Sibling Blues

Curing the Big Sibling Blues

I will never forget the look on my oldest child’s face when he walked into the hospital room and saw me holding his baby sister for the first time. It was a look of pure betrayal–Oh, so this is how it’s going to be, now?”  Un ...