My top 3 Non negotiables for a Happy Holistic Home! 


Your Home is your Sacred Space.


It’s the place you most often feel the safest.  It’s the place that you often spend the most time (hopefully not the place you spend the least time!), it’s the place where you get to be creative and expressive and it’s the place you and your family should be thriving! 


Why bring in toxic products then?  There is SO much going on in our world right now that we CAN NOT necessarily control.  We have to accept those things.  What we CAN control is the things that we bring IN TO our home to keep it the clean, safe and sacred space that it is! 


Did you know: 

Most people think they are doing the right thing by purchasing expensive cleaning and laundry products labeled “all natural” or “green”... 


Truth is the household cleaning supplies industry is not regulated.  In 2000, cleaning products were responsible for nearly 10% of all toxic exposures reported to US Poison Control Centers accounting for 206,636 calls.  Of these, 120,434 exposures involved children under 6.  That’s sad. 


I have a couple other blog posts that talk about some of the hidden dangerous ingredients in our cleaners (including a post that shows my Dads hands after a chemical burn from DrainO)!  Feel free to check those out AND share with your family and friends!! 


So let’s get down to it.  3 of the Non negotiables we buy for our home :


Thieves Household Cleaner - Want to see how it compares to other store bought cleaners?  Click here.


Thieves Dish Soap - And just so happens that I can use this for a clarifying shampoo!  Yep - you read that right!  We have hard water and this helps break down the proteins built up in my long hair! 


Thieves Laundry Soap - First of all it’s your clothes.  Fragrance and fresh smells don’t mean clean clothes.  It does mean that those chemicals are making direct contact with your skin.  AND - they are hanging in your closet (or laying over a chair in your room like at my house! HA) ever noticed when you use fabric softener how long that scent stays on your clothes??  #thingsthamakeyagohmmm


Your home IS your sacred space.  Give it and your family the very best you can! 



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