Unbiased Non-Toxic Beauty Product Review: Avalon Organics Clarifying Shampoo

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I posted last week about my commitment to and reasons for switching all my beauty products over to non-toxic, ethical,  EWG database approved items. This week I am officially able to give my first product review of Avalon Organics Clarifying Lemon Shampoo. This is an EWG certified product meaning that it: avoid EWG’s ingredients of… continue reading »

Taking the Plunge: Switching to Non-Toxic Beauty Products

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Non-toxic beauty products, you hear the praises of these products touted frequently on hipster beauty blogs, but what exactly does this mean? I have known for awhile that the beauty products I have chosen to use for years are probably not good for me. Somehow this knowledge remained at a very low priority between buying… continue reading »

Everything You Need to Know About Traveling to Europe with a Baby

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Traveling to Europe with a Baby

Traveling to Europe with a baby: best idea ever or terrible life choice? This post is about my month long adventure with a 7 month old in Europe. The good, the bad and the┬ádiaper blowouts. My husband was lucky enough to get a substantial amount of paternity leave so we decided even before our son… continue reading »

Gluten Free Vienna: A Celiac’s Guide to Enjoying the City of Cake!

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Gluten Free Vienna

Ah Vienna. The city where it is acceptable to have afternoon tea and cake every single day. Doesn’t sound like a celiac’s paradise does it? Trust me, you can have your gluten free cake and eat it too here EVERY SINGLE DAY. This gluten free Vienna guide will help you satisfy both your cake and… continue reading »

Gluten Free Prague: A Celiac’s Guide to Enjoying Central Europe’s Most Beautiful City

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Gluten Free Prague

We just returned from our month long trip to Central and Eastern Europe and while exhausted, have come back with several adventures under our belt and a lot of fond food memories. Eating while traveling has become a huge ordeal for me ever since I discovered my gluten and dairy intolerance. I spend hours upon… continue reading »