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Tread Lightly Workshops

Posted by on Feb 3, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

Tread Lightly Workshops

  Terra Missildine, co-owner of Beloved Earth and Certified Green Living Coach, offers an interactive discussion on some of the concepts of Sustainable Living from a “Where can I really get started?” perspective. What will you learn?  What is practical “sustainability”? What is an “eco-footprint” really? What are the two most common stumbling blocks and how can we overcome them? The top 10 easy steps toward a more sustainable lifestyle If you’d like to schedule coaching individually or as a company, Please contact Terra Missildine...

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Our Products

Posted by on Feb 3, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

Our Products

  This picture shows the typical caddy of products and supplies we can use in your business.  It includes bio-degradeable disinfectant, an organic all purpose cleanser, all natural recycled sponges and even the caddy itself is recycled plastic.   Beloved Earth will provide you, your workplace and your family with a reduced toxin environment and this has been proven to reduce or minimize the following symptoms of our toxic world: Lethargy Fatigue Headaches Nausea Respiratory Ailments Allergies Eventually more serious issues including cancers, heart disease,damage to brain...

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Branching out

Posted by on Apr 5, 2012 in Blog | 0 comments

Branching out

Here at Beloved Earth, we like to take a fallen branch, and give it a new life. I personally use a large one as a centerpiece at our dining room table. Strung with christmas lights, and held in a glass vase, trinketsaccording to season can be dangled from each smaller branch, like so: Currently, our branch is still decorated with a valentines day theme, as that is the last holiday we sort of celebrated. Plus, hearts are pretty! <3     Another use of a branch can be to store things you actually need to use on a regular basis. Jewelry for example:   This is a small portion...

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Bottle Cappin’

Posted by on Apr 5, 2012 in Blog | 0 comments

Bottle Cappin’

Easter is just days away, and we’ve got a new idea for decorating & displaying your easter eggs this year! Before you run out this weekend to a craft store for dye, consider this instead: Get the kids (or adults!) to make some stamps out of leftover bottlecaps and scraps of felt. <—- Like so! Create the profile of a bunny rabbit, or little egg shaped circles which can later be dotted or striped. Spring flowers, sunbursts, and whatever reminds you of the celebration of warmth can be easily made. Use a hot glue gun to secure felt or rubber to the tops of bottle caps, and with...

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The Exterminator

Posted by on Mar 28, 2012 in Blog | 0 comments

As spring nears, so do insects. Prepare by prepping for their unwelcomed visits with a few herbs and essential oils. Ants: Use a damp sponge to wipe cabinets & sprinkle with 6 to 8 drops of  peppermint or citronella essential oil. Additionally place 3 to 5 drops of the same oil on windowsills, doorway cracks and in the corners of cabinets under the kitchen sink. The strong concentrated scent should make them wary of continuing their journey to your cereal shelf. Centipedes, earwigs, silverfish: They like to hang out in areas that collect moisture such as basements, garages and cabinets...

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“Hmm, it smells good in here!”

Posted by on Mar 9, 2012 in Blog | 0 comments

While many women and men are out searching for their new signature spring/summer scent of 2012, you can be doing so as well, only for your home. Sprinkle essential oils onto cotton balls, and stash away in the corners of your home, or car. Keep in mind, peppermint keeps you alert, lavendar calms you down, and warm cinnamon or nutmeg tones are nice for a subtle background in a kitchen or large living area.

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