5 Eco-Friendly Cleaning Tips for Your Home

There are a variety of options you can use to cut out the wasteful products from your buying list. Natural and repurposed cleaning products will not only help you reduce waste but will also prevent you from serious health issues. Let’s take a look at what you can change in your cleaning routine to make it healthy and eco-friendly.


We understand it can all seem a little overwhelming, and there are so many things going on in the world at the moment. There are so many changes, so much to be unsure about...?
So the big question is where to start? 
Simple answer: Start exactly where you are.
But START! That is the main thing....just start.

Be A Butterfly

Yes we do need to stay home and we do need to stay safe, but how many things  are continuously thrown on the back-burner because of our busy lifestyles?

So why not use this time to regroup, rethink, readjust and realign our focus? 


Have you heard about the 'Reusable' Plastic Bag?

'Compared to paper grocery bags, plastic grocery bags consume 40 percent less energy, generate 80 percent less solid waste, produce 70 percent fewer atmospheric emissions, and release up to 94 percent fewer waterborne wastes.'