Happy Monday! As a Leo, I am always amazed that I re-charge by being at home and quiet. For someone who thrives on adventure, I definitely balance that with being a homebody at heart.
Friday brought our first snowflakes of the season, a cold snap that continued on Saturday with drizzle and overcast skies. I can’t tell you what a blessing that is here in Colorado where we have 350 days of sunshine a year.
Seriously, sometimes you just crave those cold, dreary fall days as an excuse to be inside with the warmth of flickering candles, wearing pajamas until 4 p.m, cooking, baking, and coloring paper pumpkins with K-bear. These sorts of days relax my mind and fill my heart with gratitude. Continue reading →
Imagine if you didn’t have to worry about BPA in your canned food or phthalates in your plastics. Imagine having the peace of mind that the pan you are cooking dinner in won’t release a toxic chemical linked to cancer, or that the fragrance you’re breathing in isn’t linked to birth defects.
I am so thankful to my sister-in-law Lisa – another strong woman advocating for healthy change – for telling me about the Safe Chemicals Act! It has the power to protect us and our families from toxic chemicals linked to cancer, reproductive harm like infertility and birth defects, hormone disruption, asthma, and other serious illnesses by requiring chemicals to be proven safe before they are allowed for use in products. Continue reading →