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Skin Care: Natural Laundry Detergent

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Hey loves! I know it’s been a minute or two since I have posted. Mommy life, work life, and wife life were taking up every second of my 24 hours, and to be honest I was having a difficult time finding the energy to log on and post. At the end of the day, even my fingers were exhausted but, here I am!

Today I’m sharing my top picks for natural laundry detergent.



Books All About Money Your Kids Will Love

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Summer is here, (virtual) school is out, and you and the kiddos could use some downtime and relaxation.  While you take time out to reset and have some quality family time, this is your reminder that summer break is also a great time to continue to teach your kids about the value of  money and how to make it work for them.  You may think they are too young or will not understand, but the sooner these financial lessons are learned, the better chance our little ones have of not making the same money mistakes we did. 

Here are some fun, educational books all about financial lessons your children will love to read!

1. The Berenstain Bears: Dollars and Sense

by Stan and Jan Berenstain

A classic Berenstain Bears story that teaches young children about money and  how to be responsible.  how to save, count, keep track of money, and behave responsibly.  

Age Range: 3-7 years

2. Little Critter: Just Saving My Money

by Mercer Mayer

When Little Critter has his eyes on a new skateboard, Dad tells him  that he will have to save his own money to buy it. This book teaches children all about saving with a goal in mind.

Age Range: 3-7 years

3. Lily Learns About Wants and Needs

By Lisa Bullard

This is an excellent financial literacy book for young children. Financial lessons were simplified using daily life situations that kids often encounter. The illustrations and supporting texts help kids understand real-life examples and triggers thoughts on how to make smart money decisions.  

Age Range: 5-8 years

4.  Finance 101 For Kids: Money Lessons Children Cannot Afford To Miss

By Walter Andal

This book gives older children a more comprehensive breakdown about finance and economics. Using easy-to-understand language and interesting illustrations, the book gives important lessons on the different ways to handle money responsibly.

Age Range: 9-12 years

Which tools and resources have you been using or would like to start using to teach your little ones about money?


Healthy Kids’ Guide

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My journey to living a healthier life does not stop with me. Since having Benjamin, I have been super careful about what I put in or on my son’s body. I always say that he is the one who fuels my love for green juice and all-organic everything, even more.

I always get asked which natural products I use on him and what do I feed him so, here are just a few of things I have used or still use that have great ingredients without all of the crap.

Why all the fuss?

For me, I do not want my son to suffer from conditions and illnesses that, in my opinion, could have been prevented. Everything we eat, drink, and put in or on our bodies has an effect.

And yes, I know you can’t prevent everything but, I’m sure going to try!

The things we use on a daily basis should not lead to disease.

This list has products that I have personally used for my son. Some of them are not completely natural, depending on your definition but, what I look for in products are:

  • no parabens
  • no sulfates
  • no phthalates
  • no formaldehyde
  • no mineral oil
  • organic ingredients


Once Upon A Farm

Earth’s Best Organic bars

Arden’s Garden– as a family, we love their cold-pressed juices and smoothies

So Delicious dairy-free yogurt

Ripple pea protein milk

Califia Farms almond milk

……and I always buy organic fruits and veggies!

Diapers/ Pull-Ups

Honest diapers ( they have the cutest prints and I love how absorbent they are! I would like to try the pull-ups next)



Burt’s Bees

Earth Mama

Shea Moisture


Shea Moisture



Sambucol Elderberry gummies for kids

Mamas (and Dads), which natural products or foods do you buy regularly for your little ones?