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Why I Left my MLM for Plant Therapy Essential Oils

Brutally honest confession time: I used to be *that* crazy essential oils lady. You know the one. The one who not only hasn’t talked to you since high school, but suddenly contacts you, thoroughly convinced that every problem in the history of the world is due to someone running out of their frankincense essential oil. Foot odor? I’ve got an oil for that. Dandruff? There’s an oil for that too. Did you eat too many donuts? There’s a fat-busting oil for that will clear  ...

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Health, Healthy Food

Best Chocolate Vegan Protein Powders

I get a lot of questions about my vegan protein powders. There are SO MANY options available, and many regular store-bought brands are filled with an array of extra chemicals, fillers, and compounds your body doesn’t need and doesn’t recognize. I’m picky about my protein powders, so I’ve been testing and sampling and researching for you. Since my go-to flavor is chocolate, this will be a review of all the best chocolate vegan protein powders on the market. I will go  ...

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Zero Waste Periods: Natural Alternatives For That Time Of The Month

“This one’s for the giiiiiirrrrrrrrls….” Sorry guys, come back next time. Or continue reading for options for your ladies. Your choice. Okay ladies, let’s talk about something that isn’t talked about enough: the reality of zero waste periods. There might be some of you who think that disposable products are proof that we are evolutionarily superior, but if you’re reading this blog, chances are you are either looking to save money or wanting creative  ...

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Healthy Food

Brandless Review: Why You Need to Experience this Hidden Gem of the Health World

You might have heard about Brandless, the organic and vegan $3 grocery store. Or maybe not. If you haven’t, let me introduce you! Brandless, this is my Awesome CHL Reader. Awesome CHL Reader, this is Brandless. Brandless is an online retailer that sells everything for $3. They can do this because they are “brandless” – aka, they don’t have to pay the “brand tax” that comes with carrying big name brands. Because of this, they can offer higher quality  ...

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