Tools 2+3: Supplements


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!

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Tool 5: Backpack Essentials

TOOL: A Well-Stocked Backpack

Back to School Toxin-Free Bookbag Essentials1

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.

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Tool 7: Teacher Gifts


As a former teacher, I can speak for all educators when I say that teachers work hard for your children!

I can also say that when teachers feel appreciated and cared for after pouring their hearts out to your children, it is refreshing.

This post is full of toxin-free gifts any teacher would be thankful to receive!

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10 Best Supporting Roles for Playing Dr. Mom/Dad


Every parent knows that once August and September roll around, we might as well stock up on our favorite tissues, hand sanitizer, and cough drops.

But what if there was a better way to support our wellness?

Before watching helplessly from the sidelines as the next virus runs through each kid and adult in your home, you may want to take a look at these natural supports first.

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A Line Lifted is a Line Loved

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!

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