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Why Fruit, Vegetables, and Honey are Good Skin Food Banana, papaya, and pineapple sound perfectly delicious to making a rainbow-hued fruit salad. However, the same innocuous-looking fruits hold a variety of nutrients and minerals. They are a wonderful food for skin beauty, especially if they are organic and chemical-free. With new products popping up each day people are spoiled for choice with what to use to turn back the hands of time or give skin an instant glow. So look no further than your refrigerator and introduce your beauty routine

Green Living Tips for the Heart of the Home Natural living can be overwhelming for someone who is just getting started. Therefore, it’s important to choose one area to focus on rather than trying to change everything at once, and the kitchen is a great place to start. Those who are interested in improving their family’s health and reducing their impact on the Earth should keep the following guidelines in mind:

Cooking Healthily and Eating Better Cooking meals from scratch, eating home cooked meals and following a balanced diet may all seem difficult do. However, in reality, they’re all quite easily possible. All that a homemaker needs is effective time management. Managing time in the kitchen will help a homemaker to not only enjoy cooking but also whip up healthy, wholesome meals easily and effortlessly. Here are some simple time management tips to optimize your time in the kitchen and make healthy eating a part of your life.

Love your Kitchen! Let it be the Center of Holiday Activity Wouldn’t it be great to know exactly where to find things including muffin tin liners or the turkey baster you know you have? The organizing habit you begin today will get you on track for a future with a neat kitchen. In ‘Organizing for the Holidays’ we talked about how it takes from 2 to 4 weeks to form a habit so if you’ve already started with your hall closets you’re well on the way.

Is it possible to have a kitchen that’s both clean and green? Doing away with chemical-filled, often toxic, commercial cleansers is easier than you think. Kitchen Cleaning Guide So toss out those spray bottles and spray cans under your kitchen sink, and stock up on these natural cleaning alternatives: VinegarKeep a refillable spray bottle of white vinegar on your kitchen counter to use as an all-purpose cleaner. Vinegar Vinegar is mildly acidic, so it wipes away grease, soap, mineral deposits, mildew, and more. For tougher scrubbing jobs, mix vinegar with

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