Kids Aren’t Expensive – It’s Your Lifestyle

I always hear how expensive kids supposedly are. We have four now, and each baby does add to the overall cost of living for the household, but the assertion that more kids shouldn’t be had due to their cost is a sad reflection of the materialism of society. To put it another way, if your main concern in life is to travel, dine at upscale restaurants, and wear fancy threads, I can see how you might think kids are expensive. You have kids and change nothing and keep doing what you’ve always done. But that’s not how it works! You

5 Steps to a Natural Lifestyle

We’ve all heard the term “crunchy,” but what exactly does it mean? It means different things to each person, and everyone is crunchy to differing extents, so there is no set definition of the term. Generally speaking, though, it means that you prefer natural means of doing things over using chemicals and conventional products. The mission of the crunchy mama is to raise healthy children (and be healthy herself!) by cutting out things that could overburden the body with detoxification instead of repairing the damage we incur through our day to day activities. This article originally appeared on my old