• Eco Living,  Life,  Love & Family

    Intentional Living & Why it Matters

    What is intentional living? LIVING IN A WAY THAT IS INTENTIONAL. I realize that may sound like I just repeated myself, but let that last line sink in for a minute…  Living with intention means living in a way that is in line with your personal values, beliefs, and purposes. This can include religious, political, creative, or personal. In the end, it really comes down to understanding what matters to you and living a life intentionally in alignment with that. Intentional living means having defined goals for various areas of your life and then designing a life that helps you reach them. The problem is that most people live their lives…

  • Beauty & Health,  Eco Living,  Girl Talk,  Health

    Why I Ditched Tampons For Good

    Can we have a candid discussion about our vaginas please? Because, these poor girls are not getting the love they should be. No. I’m not talking about sex. That’s a discussion for a different post. I’m talking about once a month love, and the fact that most pre-menopausal women are actually quietly poisoning their bodies from the inside out. Every. Single. Month. I’m talking about tampons, Ladies.  Don’t groan. Just please hear me out on this. I know, I know. But tampons are so convenient and easy, and I can just toss them when I’m done. But, did you know that the vast majority of cotton is now GMO (genetically…

  • Eco Living

    Save the Bees Please

    Spring is here! Oh, the birds. And the bees. Wait. That might not making everyone as happy as it makes me. A couple years ago I was scrolling through my Facebook feed when I came across a post: Basically, a hive had been created overnight just outside his bedroom window.  My heart actually broke a little. I get it. They’re bees. They can sting and they’re buzzy. But they’re also incredibly vital to our eco-system. Without bees, we wouldn’t have so many yummy fruits and vegetables and valuable plants including tangerines, oranges, watermelon, coffee, avocados and cotton. Yes. Coffee. And cotton. These are just a few crops that rely exclusively…

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