Hi There! I'm Jen, welcome to my blog.
This blog is sort of a mix of ramblings and how-tos. My main goal is to be entertaining and to teach you how to live a toxic-free and chemical-free life, well as much as you can.
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The Latest from the Blog
Do you know how many harmful chemicals are in your home? Most don’t even think twice about the toxins in their cleaners and personal products, which we use almost every day. Disorders such as ADD, ADHD, autism, cancer, and auto-immune diseases are on the rise. Many scientists believe that the harmful chemicals in our own…Read More →
Missed the Gardening and Essential Oils Webinar? Catch the replay below From planting the seed to reaping the harvest, learn how to use essential oils through each step of the process! Grab your free Gardening workbook… recipes, planning guide, and more! Get started with Young Living today! Join today and get these awesome bonuses! Get…Read More →
Herb gardening is an easy and delicious way to add zest to your meals, salads, soups, tea, and smoothies using authentic, seasonal, and fresh ingredients. There is no better reward than being able to pop out to your garden and pick a handful of fresh parsley leaves for a tasteful meal or a sprig of…Read More →
I’ve been working on this year on getting back on track to eating healthier and making sure I get all my vitamins, minerals and good stuff. My biggest struggle is the afternoon slump, there is where I start snacking on the bad stuff! So I am working on changing my habits and have started making…Read More →
Love is in the air! It’s time to talk about romance, passion, and everything in between…the sheets *wink*. Before we get the heat going, we need to share some really important information. Essential Oils can be used in multiple ways. Please be sure to use good quality oils and never the cheap ones from a…Read More →
If you’re trying to lose weight or want to eat healthier, drinking a little more water could make a big difference. A recent study found that adults who increased their consumption of water by 1% ate fewer calories and less sugar, salt, fat, and cholesterol. According to a study at the University of Illinois, drinking 1…Read More →