Yeah it’s Friday! It’s been a long stressful week, but thanks to great friends and Memere (French nickname for nanna) we’ve gotten through it. For those of you reading Mommy’s Organics for the first time. Fashion “Friendly” Friday (say that 3 times really fast!) is where I show you how I’m making my closet more environmentally friendly by learning to reduce, recycle, and reuse. [Read more…]
We’ve all been there, you’ve finished the laundry and are putting it away only to realize that you’re missing a sock. What’s the environmentally friendly thing to do with the one that’s left behind? Well, use it of course!
For those of you who are reading this blog for the first time, Fashion “Friendly” Friday is where I show you how I will turn my closet into an environmentally friendly wardrobe by learning to Recycle, Reduce, and Reuse.
This week I wanted to show you what Little Pumpkin Doodle’s Nanna sent her from a resale store in Vermont. As soon as we arrived home after daycare Little Pumpkin Doodle spotted the package. Any package left on the door step in LPD’s world belongs to her.
I hope you’re ready for a nice weekend. What are we doing this weekend? Not much, hopefully we’ll go on “Jungle Ride!” A jungle ride is what my dad called it when he put us kids in the car when he wanted to explore a nearby city. Usually we did things like going to an open house, horse back riding or driving until we ended up in Santa Barbara or Vegas. [Read more…]
The 100% cotton dress is a Goodwill find I got for $3 bucks. The dress just needed a little TLC and after $4.00 at the seamstress it was as good as new. Final cost $7. The cardigan is an ancient Old Navy sweater (I can’t recall what I paid for it). And the shoes are from Seychelles (love their shoes). This outfit also looks good with my red ballet flats for a pop of color. [Read more…]
As I go through this adventure learning to raise my daughter organically, I’ve realized that part of this journey is learning to Recycle, Reduce, and Reuse. Before Little Pumpkin Doodle was born I shopped at resale and retail stores for her, and have recently applied the rule to myself. I have plenty of clothing in my closet and since I consider myself to be somewhat fashion conscious, I’ve decided to show you how I will turn my closet into an environmentally friendly wardrobe. [Read more…]