DIY projects

Yoga Mat DIY

by ResourceGirls | July 27th, 2016 | No Comments
topic: Eco Decorating | tags: DIY, DIY projects, green kids, kids, Yoga, yoga mat, yoga mats

These Resource Girls have two mottos, Be You and Be Resourceful. You’ll usually find us doing some type of do-it-yourself project because they so easily allow us to incorporate both our mottos. As Resource Girls, we’re always trying to find ways to create our own one-of-a-kind piece that makes our personalities shine and presents our best self. We love turning items we already own into something new and different.

6 (Useful!) Eco-Tips for Health and Beauty

Laura Hobbs by Laura Hobbs | May 25th, 2016 | No Comments
topic: Healthy Home, Personal Growth | tags: beauty, beauty products, celebrate beauty, DIY, DIY projects, DIY spa, eco, eco-friendly, eco-friendly fashion, hacks, hair, health, health benefits, healthy habits, natural beauty, outer beauty, soap, tips, womens health

Show of hands: how many of you have ever looked at your cosmetics’ ingredient list, scrunched your nose, and asked, “What in the world is that?” If you’re like me—and the tens of millions of other American women who put time, effort (and money!) into a healthy lifestyle—then it’s worth knowing that your efforts are also healthy for the environment. From recycling programs to essential oils and lowering the carbon footprint of your suds, here are six tips for considering the planet while taking care of yourself.

It’s a … Home!

Leslie Garrett by Leslie Garrett | February 23rd, 2011 | 1 Comment
topic: Eco Decorating, Family Health, Green Living, Health & Wellness, Healthy Home | tags: baking soda, carpet, chemical cleaning supplies, clutter, crafting, crafts, curb, DIY projects, eco-friendly, enviornmental, family, flooring, free, FSC-certified hardwood floors, green cleaners, healthy home, house, linoleum, mental-health, pets, possessions, remodeling, renovation, retreat, rugs, sanctuary, spiritual, street, stuff, sustainable lumber, things, toxins, vinegar, vinyl, wood

It's a Home blog

My home is undergoing a rebirth. It’s painful, long and decidedly unpredictable.

Most people might call it a renovation. But it’s more than that. It’s a new incarnation of what was formerly four walls and a roof into a home.

The rebirth is born of necessity — a leaky roof, drafty windows and stained broadloom carpet that harbored more than I wanted to consider within its fibers…