Wednesday, August 20, 2014

A Little More Natural

This year I have been trying to make some small changes towards becoming more eco-friendly and more "green". I knew that in order to make these changes stick I would have to make little changes, a little at a time. The truth is I got off to a pretty slow start. Austin is a plastic bag free town so we began by using reusable bags, and since we live in an apartment that offers a few recycling options we began recycling whatever we could. Slowly I have been making a few changes in our home as well to switch to more natural products when I can or whenever something runs out.

 I have to say that I'm impressed with how natural and organic products are so easily accessible because I was expecting to have to look a little but I have found some natural options for hand soap, dish soap, laundry detergent, and sponges, all at my local grocery store. Lately however I have been wondering if there isn't some other ways I can be making changes. I am interested I making my home a greener and more organic place in anyway I can.

Maxi Dress & Hat - Target
Sweater - Thrifted
Turquoise Jewelry - Bought in Mexico
Sandals - JCP

If you can recommend any organic or natural products you think I should try I would love to hear from you. I am interested in anything from clothing, to bedding, to beauty products.



  1. Such a cutie!

    Organic things are so common now! It's fantastic, actually.
    I wish Indianapolis was a plastic bag free zone, because a lot of the litter I see are plastic grocery bags.

    Katie |

  2. thank ya ma'am! & i think it's pretty awesome too. maybe it will encourage other cities to do the same :)