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Organic Mattress

Rest Easy: Best Organic Mattress

Do you really know what’s in your mattress? You should, especially since you spend a third of your day in bed. Beds typically use unknown materials, stuffing and chemicals. With certified organic mattresses, you can rest assured that you’re exposing your body to fewer potentially harmful toxins…

Smoothie in blender (caption: Best Blenders For Smoothies)

Best Blenders For Smoothies: Ninja vs Vitamix vs Cleanblend

Kickstart your day the healthy way! By combining a plethora of fruits, vegetables and superfood extras into a quality blender for a few minutes, you’ll have the energy you need to make it through your workday. Caution: by using one of these high-end blenders, you’ll have a well-blended, delicious and nutritious smoothie that will leave you feeling amazingly energetic and ready to take on your day’s activities (even on a Monday). A quality blender can truly change your life; I know it changed mine. Read on to find our picks for the best smoothie blender…

Solar panels on roof (caption: Solar Panels for Your Home)

Best Solar Panels For Your Home: SunPower vs SunRun vs Solarcity vs Sungevity vs Vivint Solar vs Tesla

Tired of high electric bills? Worried about the impact of CO2 emissions on our environment? Look no further than that big ball of energy in the sky. Did you know homeowners save an average of $1,000 per year on electricity by installing rooftop solar panels? With multiple financing options and the cost of utilizing solar energy continuing to decline, your choices for an affordable switch-over to solar are better than ever…

Best Organic Pillows

Sleep Tight: Best Organic Pillows For A Good Night’s Sleep

We spend one-third of our lives asleep. Would you rather spend that time with your face buried in man-made, synthetic materials or all-natural products that are 100% chemical-free? If you invest in organic food, beauty, personal hygiene and other health products, then spending a little extra for organic pillows is a small price to pay for all the benefits (better sleep, decrease in allergies and improved orthopedic ailments to name a few)…

Spiralizer Reviews: Veggetti vs Paderno vs Kitchen Supreme

Best Spiralizer: Veggetti vs Paderno vs Kitchen Supreme

We all indulge in spaghetti every once in a while (maybe more than we should?). Pasta is an indulgent and go-to meal but sadly one that is loaded with carbs, gluten and leaves you feeling full and bloated.Imagine, that you could still enjoy your Italian grandmother’s spicy arrabbiata recipe but with the daily quotient of veggies in just one sitting, because you made zucchini, butternut squash, parsnip or sweet potato zoodles? Turning your vegetables into a healthy, lower calorie  alternative “zoodles” (aka zucchini noodles) is a fun, easy way to create innovative stir fries, salads and vegetable noodles as well as julienned vegetables (and fruits) using a kitchen spiralizer…

Best Water Filter For Your Home: Santevia vs PUR vs Berkey vs Aqua-Pure

While most municipal drinking water has already been tested and is potable to drink, filtering is a great extra precaution to remove unwanted contaminants from your drinking water. We’ve reviewed the best water filters on the market to help you find the best fit for your home…

Mom and baby in sling

Baby Carrier Reviews

I am pretty sure I have owned almost every baby wearing device (Baby wearing is strapping your baby into a carrier on your body rather than carrying them in your arms. It leaves your hands free while still keeping your baby close and secure.) out there from an old-fashioned Snugli, to a trendy Baby Bjorn, to a homemade sling. There are so many out there that it’s overwhelming and confusing, so I decided I am going to try to review the ones I have used and give my honest opinions based on fit, ease of use and, the most important aspect, how much my baby liked it…

Cloth Diaper Reviews

When I had my first baby, my only connection to cloth diapers (commonly referred to as “Fluff” in the cloth diaper world) was pictures of myself in Gerber prefolds (the ones you buy in a pack at Wal-Mart and usually use as burp cloths) and plastic pants. The thought of diaper pins and a squirmy baby is a little frightening to me. Little did I know how far cloth diapers have come! You can still get prefolds and covers, if that’s what you prefer (and some do). However, you can also get “All in One” diapers which are essentially the cloth equivalent to disposables. I have settled on pocket diapers (a waterproof outer shell which uses an absorbent insert) because they are trimmer, but dry faster than AIOs (All in Ones)…

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