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As much as we try to resist it, fall is officially here. That means so long tanks, shorts, and summer dresses, and hello, jackets, sweaters, and boots. Watch as Greenista Girl Bridget take us through the dos and don’ts of switching over your wardrobe.

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The kiddos are highly vulnerable to chemical toxicants. Children drink more water, eat more food, and breathe more air than adults … this means that children will have substantially heavier exposures than adults to any toxins that are present.
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Summer grime like sand, dirt, grass, and bugs (eek!) sneaking up on your abode? Give it a deep clean with the help of The Naturally Clean Home: 150 Super-Easy Herbal Formulas for Green Cleaning by Karyn Siegel-Maier ($7 used). Many household cleansing items contain harmful chemicals that are toxic to you, me, our babies, and pets. Avoid having excess pollutants in your home and stick to this guide for surefire ways to have a clean, organic abode. All you need are the essentials like baking soda, vinegar, lemon juice, herbs, and borax (which sounds scary but isn’t, trust us) to whip up nontoxic, biodegradable, fresh-smelling cleaning solutions. The Greenista Girls love their cheap, easy, and organic remedies like DIY Rosemary-Geranium Floor Wipes for electrostatic floor mops, Thyme to Make Your Own Carpet Steamer, Weekend Warrior Wicker Wash, Telephone Dirty Talk Tamer, Clear the Air Room Spritzer, Lavender Lift Automatic Dishwasher Soap, and Shoo-Fly Shake. We’re ready for our white glove test now.

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Don’t want any day time drama when it comes to cleaning? Try Kiss My Face Peace Soap ($15.99/34 oz).  This castile soap is made by combining organic olive oil with coconut, hemp, and jojoba oils, and it’s biodegradable, veggie-based, vegan, and free of SLS, parabens, phthalates, and artificial fragrances. There are four eco-licious scents like Grassy Mint, Lavender Mandarin, Pomegranate Acai, and Lemongrass Sage Clary. Bonus: A portion of the proceeds go to Seeds of Peace and the soap has over 101 uses…seriously! Try it on home, body, kitchen, and outdoors. Greenista Girl Brianne used it to wash dishes and her pooch … not at the same time.  Steamy, hunky lothario not included.

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