Hope you all were able to enjoy the B Nature sale a few days ago via Zulily. If not, we’ll make sure to keep you up to date about our next event! If you don’t already like us on facebook- hope on over and do so to stay current with B Nature happenings. We love these little prints for spring- HERE’S where you can purchase them for yourself Have a wonderful weekend!
We are totally loving this new concept. Farm to Baby is a new business idea where local farmers grow food that is to be prepared (in a kitchen, not factory) and delivered to your door, for your baby. I love this! Check out their website for full details. Unfortunately the service is only available in the New York City area for now but lets keep our fingers crossed that this idea expands nation wide! Doesn’t it feel good knowing your doing something good for your family, local economy AND the environment? Yes!
Easter is almost here and what better way to get into the holiday spirit than by naturally dying eggs with your littles!? We came across this awesome blog post from Christine Chitnis and knew we had to share. It’s so hard sometimes finding cute, well done, natural / eco ways to do the simplest things. This DIY easter egg dying project is just perfect!
Here’s what you need:
– hard-boiled white eggs in their shells
– white vinegar
– beets, ground coffee, red cabbage, ground turmeric
– knife, pots, strainer, bowls (metal, ceramic, or plastic)
Hey there! We apologize for being quiet on the blog lately. We’ve been having some serious technical problems but are hopefully back for good with no more trouble! Anyways, we wanted to share the Organic IQ test from the Organic Trade Association for your chance to win some pretty awesome prizes. Hurry fast to take the quiz!
Happy Monday, all. Hope the weekend found you some rest and relaxation. Lately I’ve been trying to pin point one thing a day that i’ve done to make my life healthy and happy. Over the weekend, my husband and I chose to walk when we normally would have driven and let me tell you, the littlest things like that sure make a big difference. The fresh air, conversation a long the way and chance to just enjoy a commute by foot really did our souls some good. I’ve started a journal where each night I take just a few minutes to jot these little moments of health and happiness down. It truly is the best way to end the day.