Lite Green Living: A Green Life Without The Preservatives
Welcome Lite Green Living, a natural family living resource full of practical, economical & healthy tips for the eco conscious family.
You don’t have to buy expensive green products to be eco-friendly. There are lots of ways to be green simply by reducing and reusing the things you already have. Lite Green Living has ideas to help incorporate natural, sustainable and eco-conscious living into any lifestyle.
This blog is about what we do and stuff we like. No companies pay us to talk about their products and we have probably either used or are about to use every suggestion on this site. We are in a constant state of change, moving forward in our family and within ourselves; having fun with life while we teach ourselves and our children to be gentle to our bodies and the earth.
You’ll find effective natural home remedies, tips and ideas for a green home, organic gardening, places you can shop for natural family living products, eco-friendly products and more.
In our last post we mentioned plans for building a hoop house. Well, we got it up sooner than we had thought we would. With a 55-mile mountain bike race on the schedule for one of the weekends this month and then a mother-in-law accompanied by her sister (The Great Aunt Laurie), we had to [...]
For years we have talked about having a winter garden and we are finally making it happen. While grocery shopping the other day I noticed how expensive organic produce was at the grocery store even when it was in season! We haven’t bought much much produce in the last 6 months since we grow a [...]
May 13th, 2010 | Filed under: Lawn to Food Journal
I certainly don’t spend my mornings or afternoons watching soaps….does anybody really watch those anymore? But the days are getting warmer as the earth continues to turn into the warm days of spring for us in the northern hemisphere and with that the expanse of our garden is growing and we have plenty of places [...]
May 4th, 2010 | Filed under: Children
The Pleasure Principle was developed by Freud and thought to be a character of people where pleasure is sought after and pain is avoided. This type of instant gratification is also thought to be a personality of people who lack the trait of deferred gratification; an absence of will power and self-control. Deferred gratification is thought [...]
April 26th, 2010 | Filed under: Product Reviews
Not too long ago I posted about an offer for a free sample of Barlean’s fish oil that I went ahead and sent out for (I paid a small fee for shipping but well worth it) and now it is time to update about my experience. The package arrived 2nd day air, way sooner than [...]