When you have a baby, it seems like whipping out the economy size of Purel is the way to go. I’ve been to many homes where there are literally gallons of the stuff just sitting out there waiting to dry your hands, and yes, even germs, out. But here’s the truth about alcohol-based hand sanitizers: they’re terrible for your health and the environment.
Today I’m excited to welcome the Oceanic Society to TheCrunchyMommy.com to discuss one of the biggest issues plaguing our oceans worldwide. Plastic pollution is something that I’ve started a conversation about and look forward to continuing to sharing information on this topic.
Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. This is the chant that we were all taught as kids. Let’s be real: the only one of these most of us are doing consistently is the recycle and friends, that isn’t enough. Now I’m not saying that recycling isn’t great–it is. What I’m saying is we all need to do a better job to reduce waste.
**Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post on behalf of RainbowLight. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Did you know that October is Non-GMO Month? What does GMO stand for? Genetically modified organisms. Why is this important when making healthy choices?
Hi. My name is Aaronica and I sweat a lot. And once I start sweating, it’s like a dam breaks in my pores and I become a sweaty mess. But that’s not necessarily the problem. Sweating is good for you but sometimes the odor that comes along with it? Man. Not cool at all.