Category Archives: consumer safety

Zero Waste Life

  Zero Waste Life Let me start by saying I am nowhere near living a zero waste life.  I am actually embarrassed by the amount of trash we produce (both personally, and as a society), but I am doing my … Continue reading

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Kill the K-cup

  Kill the K-cup Keurig really should have figured out it would be in trouble from the get-go.  It’s not just the environmental effects of all those pods that produce waste in the billions of pounds, but it’s the contaminants … Continue reading

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Buy Chemical-Free Cosmetics

Buy Chemical-Free Products So it’s Day 2 of the A to Z blogging challenge and that means the letter B.  Why do we need to buy chemical-free products?  Because we deserve healthy bodies and healthy lives and adding a bunch … Continue reading

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