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Tweet Essante Organics 12 week Transformation: Before & After Well, this is it folks,  the end of my 1st 12 week Essante Organics Transformation Challenge! Here are a few final thoughts I wanted to share with all of you who have followed my journey over the last few months. http://myorganictransformation.weebly.com This challenge offered many rewards, both emotional and physical. My most emotionally rewarding experience throughout this process was watching how my determination and perseverance...

Tweet I was so honored to be included in this hangout! Join ME, several of my lovely associates, and our awesome CEO as we share with you our AMAZING and baby-friendly catalog of products. Are you aware of all of the dangerous chemicals you’re loading onto and into your babies on a daily basis? GOOD NEWS – There is an alternative!!! *around 30 minutes listen for a top secret reveal that is yet to be released!* ...

Tweet Did you brave the madness on Black Friday or have you been patiently waiting on Cyber Monday? Maybe you are sly enough the shop both! In either case, please check out the awesome deals I’m offering through my at home business. These savings don’t come around often and will vanish at midnight tonight! Happy Shopping!!! Click HERE to save 50%-80% on certified organic and toxic free products. ...

Tweet My alter ego (other than Adaptive Mom) is The Essante Mama. Please look me up on Facebook and check me out at www.EssanteMama.com www.GoGreenGetPaid.com Please get back to whoever shared this post with you for more information! **Disclosure: I received no compensation for this post. I was not required to give a positive review and all opinions are 100% my own. I am an executive with Essante Organics and only receive compensation through their outlined system (sales, bonuses, commissions,...

Tweet   I’ve been getting a lot of questions lately about my homemade automatic shower cleaner recipe so here it is… What you’ll need: Scrubbing Bubbles Automatic Shower system with empty cartridge bottles (I recommend 3), vinegar, baking soda, toxic free soap, and cling wrap. Method: Remove the cap from the cartridge bottle (this part can be tricky) and empty and rinse if needed. My husband was able to remove the caps and shave down the “teeth” with various...

Tweet Making a salad can be quite a messy and time consuming ordeal…so why not prepare a week’s worth at a time? Veggies will stay fresh and crisp in a mason jar and you’ll have more time to enjoy the fruits (and veggies) of your labor! ...

Tweet My breakfast most every morning. SO yummy! The pH 7.365 alkalizes and adds protein…and yummyness The Earth Greens adds 5.5 POUNDS of live, raw, green, organic, alkaline, whole food, nutrient dense vegetation Spinach keeps me fuller longer And the coffee …is… well, ESSENTIAL. 😉 ...

Tweet I know I’ve mentioned this product before, but there are just so many reasons to love Essante Sanitizer. As you guys know, I love playing around with cloth diapers and the endless combinations one can create with the right pieces. So yesterday, I put my son in a pad and cover in an attempt to gain more confidence in my ability to position everything correctly on my fidgety baby. I must have done something right, because the diaper held through a 3+ hour nap with no leaks! So anywho,...

Tweet I have wanted to try cloth diapering since our 1st child was born, but I always feared investing in a product that might turn out not accessible for my limited mobility. As a southpaw, with no functional use of my right hand or arm, I’ll admit I use my teeth for a lot of things. However, I was NOT willing to use this...

Tweet With our 1st child I spent hours in the kitchen each week preparing, cooking, and pureeing baby food, then freezing it in ice cube trays or small plastic containers. It was exhausting, messy, and required a lot of cleanup. On occasion, we splurged and purchased baby food pouches. These things were a godsend! No jars or bowls to scrape or wash. Just squeeze straight into the spoon…or baby. No fuss, no muss, but at $1.50 a pop they were a luxury. By the time baby #2 was ready to try solids,...

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