I don't have to tell you about the dangers of not using sunscreen. For fun on how we used to know so little, watch this hysterical comparison bit of a 1980s mom vs a 2019 mom. I cried so hard from laughing my butt off watching this. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tKWn3t8UJcE But there are dangers to the planet … Continue reading Protect More Than Your Skin With Sunscreen
Cold season. Allergies. Runny nose. Bloody nose. Leaky nose. Whatever the case, your nose will always have a reason to need an object to wipe it. But do we need to use disposable tissues? I say not! Hankies are what we use to dot our little noses in this house. Of all the sustainable behaviours … Continue reading What a Spanky Hanky!
Hands down, without a question, Christmas is my favourite time of year. Sing it... It's the most, wonderful, well, you get it! But it's true. I blare oldies. I decorate with vintage birds and bobbles. I get to wear ridiculous sweaters and sport oversized plaid earrings because anything plaid is acceptable during the holiday season. … Continue reading Dressed To Impress (the planet)
I have very passionately written in the past about menstrual cycles and how to use reusable products to get you through those crappy, bloaty days in my post Bloody Disaster. I was given the opportunity to review Wishy-Washy Cloth reusable pads.* Granted, I have only used two types of reusable pads in my life, but … Continue reading Wishy-Washy Cloth Is My Decisive Choice
Period. No, literally, periods are creating a damn mess of our planet. Well, not "the bleed", but rather those plastic-filled tampons and pads we use every month. According to the Women’s Environmental Network, “Tampons, pads and panty liners generate more than 200,000 tonnes of waste per year, and they all contain plastic – in fact, … Continue reading It’s A Bloody Disaster
I am in a stage of life right now where my holidays are local. We don't wander too far from home. With little kids, this just works for us. For a couple of years, we've been vacation-bound to the shores of Wasaga Beach with the extended family for our summer getaway. While playing with my … Continue reading The Grass Can Be Greener On The Sandy Side