Hemp is Good Wanna know why? When hemp is planted, harvested, and produced right, it is super eco-friendly. It takes a significantly less harmful toll on the earth compared to some of our top favorite fabrics, such as cotton. Cotton uses 95% MORE PESTICIDES, 50% MORE WATER, and yields only 1/4 of . . .
Did you know that you have high end beauty products right in your pantry? Over the years, in my quest to find real solutions to issues such as a flaky scalp, dry hair, acne, and more, I've found that natural products and ingredients that we include in delicious meals have worked the best. That just . . .
A Quick Trip to Target Some of us are guilty of loving Target too much.. JK! You can't love Target too much. You're probably there right now, picking up your chai latte from Starbucks and telling your kiddo that this may take a while. You only came for one thing. Yea right, hahaha! This one thing . . .
Soap, Ethics, & Ingredients Now is the perfect time to switch to a more natural soap. Not just because Dove has released an insensitive and discriminatory ad, but because it is ALWAYS the perfect time to start using more natural and sustainable items. Companies aren't perfect, but Dove now has . . .
Another project that I created for Greyson's nursery was this pair of simple DIY leather & wood shelves. I originally got the idea from a video that I stumbled upon by The Sorry Girls. They created an entire accent wall with decals and shelves that they made on their own. I guess I loved it all . . .
Creating A Beautiful Nursery On A Budget One of the first things I got excited about when we found out we were expecting was the prospect of creating a beautiful nursery. We didn't find out the baby's gender until he was born, so I decided on a neutral palette. I love all white rooms with warm . . .
Want to skip reading? Scroll to the bottom to see the photos and links. Minimalism - What's that? Minimalism: a style or technique (as in music, literature, or design) that is characterized by extreme spareness and simplicity (source) Hoard: to accumulate for preservation, future use, etc., in a . . .