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Parental Instinct vs Consumerism: Balancing Baby Stuff

Things, goods, possessions, treasures, crap—call it what you may—the stuff parents purchase throughout a child’s infancy, youth, and even adulthood can accumulate. Some stuff might live a life of extensive use to the point that it clearly exhibits substantial wear-and-tear … Continue reading

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The Sanctuary You Call Body and Home: Stop Purchasing Chemical Products

How many chemical-laden products do you have in your household? Do you know? Have you ever counted? I don’t, or I haven’t, but I try to keep them at a minimum because they scare me. I don’t even know what’s … Continue reading

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