Are you a little skeptical about 'nontoxic living?'
We get it. We used to be, too. We had thoughts like “If the products are on the shelf, they must be safe” and “if this nontoxic living thing is legit, why didn’t I know about it before now?” We used to go into the grocery store and think the organic strawberries were nothing more than a scam for more money. We filled our carts with personal care products and assumed they were safe because, well, why wouldn’t they be!?
And most of all we would read stuff about nontoxic living and think “this is bizarre, crunchy, woo woo stuff.” And seriously, who has the time for this? Or the money?
So you know what? It’s not wrong to think like this.
As a matter of fact, it’s pretty darned normal.
However, the reality is that the food that we eat and the products that we bring into our homes, work places and schools can impact the health of our bodies and those of our children, as well as the air, water and soil around us. The choices we make every day have an incredible impact on ourselves and our surroundings.
So we learned.
We took it slow and worked on one little change at a time. We didn’t change overnight. We also learned that “safer” and “budget friendly” can work together and be friends.
We would be honored if you let us help you dip your toes into the possibly unfamiliar world of nontoxic living. We’ll start with 20 small actions that will create a healthier home AND either save you money or don’t cost a dime. Our tips are super doable and amazingly easy. Promise.
What happens if I sign up?
You will receive a Budget-Friendly Tip email, starting today. These emails are light, fun and don’t a have a lot of heavy science mumbo jumbo. They’re also free. You will also recieve our Savvy Path blog where we discuss one topic a month, nice and easy.
If the ONLY thing you do is sign up for our Budget Friendly emails and implement our 20 tips, you will still create a healthier home and impact your budget in a positive way.