Green Bronx Machine: Teaching Kids Through Vegetable Gardening

Green Bronx Machine via mindfulmomma.com

This post was written as part of Progressive's Apron Project, helping tell the story of people and their initiatives making progress towards a greater good. I have been compensated as a contributor to this project, but the thoughts and opinions in this post are my own. Ready to be inspired? Here's a story about a school teacher in … [Continue reading]

Tweet #shopcartons to Save Trees This Month

Tweet #shopcartons to Save Trees This Month

This post is brought to you by Choose Cartons and I received compensation for publishing it. Want to do some good with just a tweet?  This month, the folks at Choose Cartons, are partnering with Trees for the Future to donate a tree each time the hashtag #shopcartons is mentioned! That's right, you can help donate a tree just by … [Continue reading]

Say Hello to La Mav Organic Skin Care

La Mav Organic Skin Care via mindfulmomma.com

Disclosure: La Mav is a paid advertising sponsor of Mindful Momma. In addition, they provided me with some product samples to review. As always, all opinions are my own. As I've grown older, I've found that I'm asking more of my skin care products. Back in the day, I could slap on most any moisturizer and if it did the basic job of … [Continue reading]

How to Stay Healthy During a Remodel

Staying Healthy During a Remodel via mindfulmomma.com

Quite unexpectedly, our remodeling project started last weekend. What was supposed to be some simple prep in the basement to make way for new plumbing, turned into a major demolition project after we discovered that we had a leak in our basement. Turns out our kitchen drain cracked (most likely after a freeze during the cold snap last … [Continue reading]

Best Allergy Friendly Flowers for Your Garden #HealthierHome

Allergy Friendly Gardening via mindfulmomma.com

Disclosure: I am a 3M sponsored blogger and I have received 3M filtration products for review. As always, all opinions are my own. Sneezing, sniffling, watery eyes. Who wants to deal with that when you go out to enjoy a summer day in the garden? I know I don't! Many popular garden flowers and plants are high pollen producers so to … [Continue reading]