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Reinvent Your Bedroom for the Spring Equinox

Cheryl Terrace by Cheryl Terrace | March 20th, 2012 | 3 Comments
topic: Eco Decorating, Green Living, Healthy Home | tags: bedroom, change, comforters, detoxification, dry cleaning, dryer sheets, duvet, eco-friendly, eco-friendly bedding, environmentally friendly, green cleaners, home detox, laundry, Nauli breath, non-toxic detergent, nontoxic, organic bedding, renewal, seasons, sheets, Spring, spring cleaning, spring equinox, vernal equinox, warm weather, wet wash, windows

My latest spring bedroom update: A breath of fresh air!

My latest spring bedroom update: A breath of fresh air!

Hurray, we made it! With the vernal equinox today, spring is finally here — and I’m in my element! I adore a big spring clean in every sense of the word … breathing fresh new life into everything from my bedroom to my outlook.

People have recognized the vernal equinox for thousands of years with cultural rituals and traditions surrounding the coming of spring. The early Egyptians oriented the Sphinx so that it points directly toward the rising sun on the day of the vernal equinox. While I can’t top that, I am quite happy to bid farewell to winter; I feel like one of the little buds on the trees aching for the sun! So I usher it in very consciously with my own spring equinox rituals …

6 Alternatives to Dryer Sheets + 2 Reasons You Should Care

Annie B. Bond by Annie B. Bond | January 18th, 2012 | 22 Comments
topic: Detox, Green Living, Health & Wellness | tags: chemical-free, dryer balls, dryer sheets, eco-friendly cleaning, laundry, non-toxic cleaning, Seventh Generation, static cling, toxic chemicals, toxins, vinegar

dryer sheetsA few days after friend’s daughter started doing some office work for me, I became bothered by the smell of dryer sheets from her clothes. I had to ask her to stop using them — at least on the clothes she wore when she came to my house. She said she was glad to comply, but didn’t know you could dry clothes without using dryer sheets. My jaw hung open, and I marveled at the power of advertising.