It's All Natural

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Let's be honest...natural is always better, right??

Whether it's your peanut butter, your skincare, or your cleaning products, I'd take natural ingredients over anything. Natural means less potentially harmful ingredients and less toxic chemicals. So, this past year, I've slowly transitioned to all-natural cleaning products, and nothing beats Mrs. Jones Soapbox. Their products are powerful, yet gentle. And bonus, they make your house smell ah-mazing! Plus, the piece of mind knowing that there are less harmful ingredients in my house for my boys to get hold of, is priceless.

Photo by @lipstickheelsandababy


And when I don't have time (because what is free time with two kids under two years old?!), I like to mix up my own homemade solutions to make it look like I gave the kitchen and bathroom a deep-clean. #fakeittilyoumakeit



All Purpose Cleaner:
2 cups water + 2 cups white vinegar + 20-30 drops lemon/orange essential oil


Tub, Tile and Grout Cleaner:

1/2 cup baking soda + 1/4 cup hydrogen peroxide + 1 teaspoon liquid dish soap

Dusting Spray:

3 cups water + 1/2 teaspoon Dr. Bronner's Soap + 1 cup vinegar + 1/2 teaspoon olive oil + 10-20 drops of essential oils


Happy Cleaning!



Sources: We Got Real & PopSugar


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