Friday, August 15, 2014

Green Company Spotlight Shines on...


Louisville Whole Life Buying Club is a cooperative buying club
--started by John Moody
serving Louisville, KY & surrounding area

It is a co-op that consists of over a dozen local farmers providing for not only the buying club's members but the local community as well. In addition to farm goods, Louisville Whole Life Buying Club offers nonfood goods, including Brightly Green Cleaners.

Louisville Whole Life Buying Club is "… committed to provide families with the healthiest foods and household products available"  -–John Moody.

Louisville Whole Life Buying Club and Brightly Green have had a long working relationship.  We, at Brightly Green, are proud to have our all-natural green cleaning products offered on Louisville Whole Life Buying Club.

When speaking about Brightly Green Cleaners, John had this to say: 

"Brightly Green offers affordable and effective products that stand their ground with top choices on the market…but...listen to their supporter's needs and input!"

Buying from local growers is an excellent way to support your local economy,
so if you reside around the Louisville, Kentucky area check out…

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Sunday, August 10, 2014

Three Tips to Green Clean & Organize Back to School

Hopefully you have been able to get your summer de-cluttering finished, and are winding down on other summer projects.  With your children starting a new school year, it is the perfect time to establish new organization routines that teach responsibility for life skills. If your children's organizational skills waned over the summer months, now is the time to get those habits back on track.
One area that seems to be a struggle for many moms I know of is in the area of keeping kids backpacks and school papers from becoming misplaced or even lost.  Teaching your children how to be organized and care for their belongings are responsibility skills that will go a long way!

The following are some easy responsibility chores your kids can do to keep their school supplies organized as well as cleaned naturally:

Friday, August 1, 2014

Clutter Free: To Keep or not to Keep?

Once you've committed to the idea that "this is it, I need to be clutter free", it becomes a matter of getting in there and doing it.  The next hurdle is knowing what to keep and what to get rid of.

Over the course of several years, I have talked with numerous people concerning their issues with clutter.  The number one question most have had was determining what to get rid of vs. what to keep. 

If you struggle with this dilemma ask yourself:
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