The Savvy Path

    Gina Badalaty

    Gina Badalaty
    Gina Badalaty is the owner of Embracing Imperfect, a lifestyle blog for moms raising kids with special needs. She encourages parents to help their children thrive by sharing her experience with food intervention and healing therapies and is currently training to be a heath coach. She is a brand ambassador, professional blogger for numerous publications, and has formerly worked with the NonGMO Project, Mamavation.com and TheSoftLanding.com. She is an advocate the healing power of real food and the benefits of nontoxic living, and has worked on the campaign to label GMOs. This former web designer lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and her two amazing daughters.

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    9 Short-Cuts For Cleaning With Vinegar

    Lovin' Short Cuts

    I’ll admit it – managing my daughter’s autism is more important than cleaning, and housework is a task that often can fall by the wayside. It’s important to our family, though, that our house is clean and toxin-free, so I need to keep up on it as best I can.

    But even that little bit of cleaning can be tiring – and finding safer products can be even more tiring.  So I’m on a mission to help moms like me, who are raising kids with disabilities, allergies and sensitivities, detox their family into a better life – AND find time to take care of mom. That means making short cuts that are simple and affordable. 

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    8 Ways to Clean With Baking Soda

    My two daughters are extremely sensitive. Certain chemicals can trigger negative behaviors or physical reactions so we need to take great care with the products we use around the house. I discovered that the more we removed harmful or questionable ingredients from our lives, the better my children did in school and in life. This has made me a mom on a mission to help others live a nontoxic life.

    Thanks to this discovery, over the years I refined our diets quite a bit but it took me longer to realize that there are toxins all around our home – including our household cleaners. Even more costly, “nontoxic” brands may contain ingredients that could be harmful for my children. The good news, though, is that there was a simple solution right in my cabinet.

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