We’re slowly getting better at reducing packaging, ditching single-use plastics, and recycling materials. But with 10.5 million tons of plastic waste produced in the USA every year and a recycling rate of just 1-2%...it’s not enough. Enter Ecobricks.
So you’ve made the wise decision to buy a water ionizer for your home. You’re going to love seeing and feeling the difference once you start to drink ionized alkaline water on a regular basis, but there’s another factor to consider:
On a hot day, one thing that can be pleasantly cooling – as well as lovely to smell – is a light, summery fragrance from a water ionizer spritz!
Nice Smell, Not-So-Nice Chemicals
But here’s a thing; eau de Cologne, perfume and body sprays can contain a veritable cocktail of chemicals.
What’s more, the fragrance industry is alarmingly self-regulating, with the International Fragrance Association (IFRA) setting voluntary “safe use” levels for chemical additives…even though some of them are potentially hazardous.
If you like to use an aromatic spritz of some kind, but you want to keep your toxic load as low as possible, then we have a …
The heat is on and we’re all doing what we can to keep cool. There’s no doubt about it: staying chilled when you’re lazing by the pool with a glass of refreshing alkaline water from a water ionizer is a lot easier than when you’re at work!
This guest post on home hacks is brought to you by Anita Franco from Positec, a manufacturing company that specializes in the production of power tools and lawn and garden equipment.
Some home maintenance tasks are best left to the professionals.
Outdoor jobs, like maintaining your yard with your electric grass trimmer or cordless lawn mower, are typically more straight forward than indoor tasks. Obviously, you don’t want to cause more damage because you weren’t prepared for the job.
That said, here are 10 DIY home hacks you can probably handle on your own that will blow your mind!
Here’s a quick exercise: try doing a quick tally of everything you ate today. Maybe some cereal, an apple, those leftover cold noodles for lunch. A macadamia nut cookie, a small handful of grapes, 149 microplastics…wait. What? Microplastics?