Yep, I’m going there. At this point, we are all doing our best to avoid going places, which includes the grocery store. So, I thought I’d put together a couple of my favorite meals that can be made mostly from stuff you already have if you have a well-stocked pantry.…
10ml Rollers – I love rollers with a metal or gemstone ball, they roll so much smoother.
5ml Rollers – the perfect size for your purse or mini oils station (like for your work desk)
Foaming Soap Bottles – yes these are plastic, but they are likely to get dropped in the shower and sink so it’s about safety. There is a lower concentration of oils in products like hand soap, body wash and shampoo so leaching is minimal.
Non- Foaming Soap Dispensers – for dish soap mostly.
16oz Glass Spray Bottles – for household cleaner. I keep 1 for all purpose cleaning and one for glass/mirrors handy at all times.
Spray Misters – I use these for my curly girl hair spritz, pillow misters, and bathroom air fresheners.
Cosmetic Tins – for use with solid carrier oils such as unrefined coconut oil
Learn more about my favorite carrier oils and their differences here.
We are hitting that time of year when produce becomes so abundant that we can hardly keep up. When I feel overwhelmed there are a few standard recipes that I rely on to help get me through without wasting anything.
If you’re following me on instagram then you know I’ve been collecting a ton of ideas for using up greens, which this time of year are everywhere at the farmer’s markets and CSA’s. It was getting to be a lot so I decided to create a single page to help keep track of all these ideas….
I love St. Patrick’s day and in my book, there is no better way to celebrate it than to eat traditional Irish fare. This is a roundup of some of my favorite Irish recipes. Enjoy!
Corned Beef & Cabbage – Because no St. Patricks Day Recipe roundup is complete without it. This recipe includes Guinness which makes a rich and hearty sauce. Historically Irish people never really eat corned beef, but it’s definitely ingrained in the American tradition so I included it also.