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Zero Waste Periods: Natural Alternatives For That Time Of The Month

“This one’s for the giiiiiirrrrrrrrls….” Sorry guys, come back next time. Or continue reading for options for your ladies. Your choice. Okay ladies, let’s talk about something that isn’t talked about enough: the reality of zero waste periods. There might be some of you who think that disposable products are proof that we are evolutionarily superior, but if you’re reading this blog, chances are you are either looking to save money or wanting creative  ...

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Green living, Product Reviews

Splurge With Purpose: Best Subscription Boxes For Women And The World

I love presents, especially when they come in the mail. It’s something that I’ve just come to accept about the non-frugal side of myself. I also love giving to non-profit organizations and seeing how my purchase in little ole Missouri can profit a small business and/or impact a family on the other side of the world. Combine the two, and I’m just jello. Today I’m excited to share my top three best subscription boxes with you, and why I love them so much. If  ...

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Get Your Sh*t Together Day: The Secret to Getting Things Done

Have you ever wondered how to “get it all done”? ¬†Or if “getting things done” was even possible? I work full-time, I’m a wife and mommy to two very active little boys, and I’m building this blog into a full-time gig. There is never enough time for all the things I want to, but I have had a lot of people ask about my time management systems that help me reach my goals and accomplish all my tasks on the daily. The thing is, I didn’t always get  ...

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Frugal home, Green living, Product Reviews

Make Your Closet Go Green: ThredUp Online Thrift Store Review

This post is sponsored by ThredUp. When I started my first job at a clothing store at the mall, I became responsible for my clothing budget. Wanting to stretch my money as far as possible, I decided to check out the local Goodwill. $20, an hour, and a few bags of clothes later, I was completely hooked on thrift store shopping. Especially when it comes to increasing sustainability and my constant efforts to “go green” in our daily life, shopping at the thrift stores helps reduce  ...

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