We print the supplies list.
Grab the book bag and lunch box.
We even stock our pantry with snacks.
However, we often neglect preventative health when preparing for the school year.
This is crazy because that’s one of the biggest stresses during school.
This post will help you take back your year!
Continue reading “Step-by-Step Toxin-Free Guide: Week 9”
We often think of supplements as something only adults take, but you’ll find that the more you give your kids the right tools for supporting their bodies, like the supplements listed below, the simpler their school years become!
Continue reading “Tools 2+3: Supplements”
Never discount the power of
oils in the air!
(If you haven’t gotten your kit with diffuser yet, click here:
Young Living Starter Kit)
We have seen some amazing things happen when our air is clean, free of toxins, and helping support our family’s bodies!
I’ve added some of my favorite diffuser recipes in this post to help you get through this school year much easier.
Continue reading “Tool 4: Diffusing”
TOOL: A Well-Stocked Backpack
Below are the some great ideas to help kids take charge of their own wellness and to know they are having a toxin-free experience at school.
Continue reading “Tool 5: Backpack Essentials”
One of the biggest issues I hear when it comes to living this toxin-free lifestyle are the upfront costs.
We’ve already nailed down how much each of our toxic products cost (minus doctor visits for what it does to our bodies), and we’ve added that into our budget, so how do we make the switch without breaking the bank?
Continue reading “DIY Staples + Pricing”
There’s just something about a headboard that makes the entire space of a master bedroom look cozy. Complete. Put together.
The only problem we had was choosing one that fit our style.
Oh, and that didn’t cost a fortune.
Thankfully, an idea came to mind after seeing some Pinspiration and watching some home renovation shows.
There was hope!
Continue reading “Simple DIY Headboard”
My middle school classroom needed a little extra color, but I didn’t want to fill my walls with the standard posters I’d been using in the past.
I wanted something unique. Something that would strike a chord in the students I see each day.
Something to build character.
I was feeling a little crafty, and I like quotes, so creating canvases with some of my favorite lines made sense.
I really like how they turned out!
Continue reading “A Line Lifted is a Line Loved”
I’ll admit it.
When Steve wanted to get the kids superhero
costumes, I didn’t think they’d use them all that often.
In the end we bought them because of his ultimate trump card when it comes to our children.
He knows more about being a little boy than I do.
So, I clicked “Add to Cart” even though I didn’t really see them playing (what was in my mind )”dress up.”
Fortunately, I was so very wrong.
Continue reading “Super Storage!”
Something you should know if you follow this blog is that my husband can do anything.
I mean it. Anything.
I point to pictures for remodeling, and he just…does it. Creates it. Poof! Out of thin air.
This bookshelf lighting is just one of many projects you’ll see we’ve tackled over the nearly five years living here.
Continue reading “Warm and Cozy Lighting”
When we remodeled our living room, I knew tackling this super-long wall was going to take some extra love and a whole lot of patience. It didn’t disappoint.
I’d been looking into galleries for a while, but nothing I saw matched what I wanted exactly. Finally, after a long time of frustrated searching, I realized why.
Continue reading “The Wall of Us”