hello, crunchies! long time no see. or no talk… or type… you know what i mean. if you’re wondering why i dipped again — i moved to mexico city! yes! and coolest of all, i’ll be here for two years with my company. if you have any tips about the city or surrounding areas, like… Continue reading magical moringa (& life update)
about that title, eh? can we just pause and all roll our eyes at that time i posted that i would never give up animal products? mhm… so i did. let’s stop there – this will not be a post arguing for veganism. i will not shout from the rooftops or throw red paint on… Continue reading story time: so i went vegan…
happy friday, crunchies! here on AE, i feel like i talk a lot about what i do to take care of my body as far as beauty products, ingredients, and diet goes. but i’m not perfect and that should never be the image i portray. so let’s get real. my skin is far from flawless.… Continue reading i’m not perfect.
today’s post is super simple, but i’d love to share my DIY headache roller recipe with you. it targets headaches and relieves pain in 15 to 20 minutes. let’s get to it! what you need: roller ball glass vial/container thing (found a cheap 12 pack on amazon) magnesium oil peppermint EO lavender EO how to:… Continue reading diy headache roller
bath soaks, shower steams, and herbal hair rinses are some of my favorite ways to unwined unwind. hopefully this post will give you some great diy bath soak ideas. let your creative side run wild with ingredient combinations! basic bath soak composition: most bath soaks contain salts, powders, or clays, but you can solely use… Continue reading diy bath soaks
vitamins, supplements, diets, oh my! with so many to choose from, for a variety of purposes and from a variety of sources, which ones do we take, if any? health is highly individualized. what works for one person won’t necessarily be the best option for someone else. we’re all different, and that’s awesome! i do… Continue reading my vitamins and supplements
yes, this ingredient does exist, and yes, it’s great. dragon’s blood is deep red in color and taken directly from dragons older than 2 years via non-lethal blood draws.
in the spirit of the approaching 2016 year, i thought it’d be fun for us to swap our favorites for 2015! please share whatever you’ve enjoyed from this last year so the rest of our community can learn more 🙂 this year has been a really great one! i’ve experimented with and shared so many recipes,… Continue reading 2015 green beauty in review