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~*~ Pinterest Fanatic is excited to welcome the lovely Liberty Ann, from Naturally Frugalicious ~*~
Healthy Eating, Frugal Living,
Recipes, DIY, Reviews & Giveaways
There are many benefits to living a more frugal lifestyle. The obvious reasons include saving money, being a good steward, and living within a budget. We don't always realize that, in addition to saving us money, living more frugally is also green and is, often times, healthier for our families.
With so many products on the market that we rely on every day to keep our homes clean, it may be a bit overwhelming to think about replacing them with more natural or frugal alternatives. But honestly, that is the furthest from the truth. It is actually simplifying your life, in addition to being kinder on our family budgets.
With just a few ingredients you can make homemade, green cleaning products that will clean your home just as well as the commercial products, all without breaking the bank, or harming your family. Frugal cleaning products that are non-toxic and cost pennies in comparison. They will give you the freedom and peace of mind to empty your cabinets of all the toxic chemicals we once believed were necessary.
Some of my favorite green and frugal cleaning tips are ones that I have discovered on Pinterest. Here are some of the frugal cleaning tips I rely on most to keep my home clean, without the harsh chemicals.
Frugal, Non-Toxic & Green Cleaning Tips
10 Easy Natural Household Switches (That Anyone Can Make)
Source: Keeper of the Home via Jennifer on Pinterest
Decrease Toxins with 4 Frugal Cleaning Ingredients
Source: Simplify, Live, Love via Sandra on Pinterest
Liberty Ann is a photographer extraordinaire, life coach, and blogger who has a sometimes snarky and irreverent approach to life. Her personal blog, Naturally Frugalicious, offers perspectives on healthy eating and frugal living through recipes, tips, and DIY projects. When she isn't blogging or elbow deep in her photography, Liberty can be found drinking a glass of wine and getting lost in Pinterest.
She can also be found on Facebook, Twitter and Google+.