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Whether you’re two, or fifty-two years old, boo-boos happen. And when they do, an ice pack is a wonderful tool to help you feel better fast. But store bought ice packs can be expensive, and are filled with industrial chemicals. … Continue reading
Ladybugs (or ladybird beetles) are one of those pretty insects that we don’t tend to mind having around. Although we think of ladybugs as “nice” bugs, they are hungry predators. They love to eat other little pests, especially aphids. Farmers regularly … Continue reading
It’s a fact of life: mattresses can get stinky. We spend about a third of each day laying on them, and without a plastic cover they have the potential to absorb all kinds of body fluids and bacteria. But what to do with … Continue reading
Breast engorgement is very common for a mama in the first days after a baby is born. It occurs when the milk comes in (or technically transitions from colostrum to mature milk). When milk first comes in, your body is … Continue reading
In Part 1 of my Review of Homebirth as a Green Idea, I talked about the good and bad aspects of homebirthing, and discussed how I decided that home birth delivery was right for me. Today, I want to share … Continue reading